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Ernest Craige, M.D. 



The Halcyon Days of Youth, Part II: 

The Second Year at the "New" UNC Medical School 
John B. Graham, IS/f.D. 

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NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 
For Doctors and their Patients 

Published Monthly as the Official Organ of the North Carolina Medical Society 



January 1991, Volume 52, Number 1 
(ISSN 0029-2559) 



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FOR DOCTORS AND THEIR PATIENTS 

Contents / January 1991, Volume 52, Number 1 

Cover illustration by Ernest Craige, M.D. See "The Halcyon Days of Youth, Part II," page 44. 



SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES 

4 Hepatitis C: A New Virus for an Old Disease J. Gregory Fill 

10 All That Wheezes Is Not Asthma 

Frederick H. Taylor, Richard W. Zollinger 11, Scot: A. Kremers, Arthur R. Cohen, and Vittal B. Shenoy 
17 A Case of Leukemia Due to HTLV-1: A Virus of Regional Significance 

Evelyne M. Davidson and Peter C. Ungaro 



EDITORIALS 

20 Physicians and Nuclear War Daniel T.Young 

25 A Nurse's View of the Nursing Shortage Mary Ann Peter 



FOR PATIENTS: HEALTH WATCH 

27 Mental Illness: Mind and Body North Carolina Medical Society 



MODERN MEDICINE 

33 Dedicated Ophthalmic Research Banks Anderson 

36 The Optimum Use of Laboratory Tests in the Surgical Patient 

Robert Rutledge, Colin G. Thomas, Jr., Farid F. Muakkassa, and Alfred R. Hansen 



CAROLINA HISTORY 

44 The Halcyon Days of Youth, Part II: The Second Year at the "New" UNC Medical School 

John B. Graham 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

50 Comments on the Special Issue on Preventive Medicine 
End-of-life decisions 

51 Primary care practitioners: "endangered species" 
Doctor seeks stop-smoking information 



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SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE 



Hepatitis C 

A New Virus for an Old Disease 



J. Gregory Fitz, M.D. 



Fifteen years ago, Feinstone and coworkers 1 introduced the 
term "non-A, non-B" hepatitis to describe a characteristic 
clinical syndrome that developed in blood transfusion recipi- 
ents that was not due to hepatitis A or B. From the beginning 
it was suspected that this was caused by a virus distinct from 
hepatitis A (HAV) and hepatitis B (HBV) on the basis of 
clinical and epidemiologic differences. Most importantly, 
prospective studies suggested that it was associated with a 
high risk of developing chronic liver disease with progression 
to cirrhosis. 

During the last year, a new virus called hepatitis C (HC V) 
has been partially cloned and identified as the principal cause 
of non-A, non-B (NANB) hepatitis, 2 and a serologic test for 
detection of antibodies to HCV has been introduced. 3 These 
striking advances have led to a much better understanding of 
NANB hepatitis and have important implications for the 
detection and management of hepatitis, in clinical practice. 



Lessons from NANB Hepatitis 

Prior to the identification of HCV, NANB hepatitis was 
functionally defined as acute or chronic hepatitis without 
serologic evidence for infection with HAV, HBV, or other 
pathogens; and without evidence for other causes of liver 
disease. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that this 
accounts for about 150,000 new cases of symptomatic hepa- 
titis each year in the United States. Of these, approximately 
one-half (75,000) develop chronic liver disease, and about 
1 5,000 progress to chronic active hepatitis or cirrhosis. 4 8 This 
represents 20% to 40% of the cases of acute viral hepatitis seen 
in this country, and contributes importantly to the large 
number of patients with cirrhosis, the ninth leading cause of 
death. 

NANB hepatitis shares many clinical and epid^mL.ogic 
features with hepatitis B, including parenteral transmission, 
the ability to cause chronic liver disease with progression to 



From the Division of Gastroenterology, Duke University Medical 
Center, Durham 27710. 



cirrhosis, and the presence of a large number of asymptomatic 
but infectious carriers who serve as the primary reservoir of 
the virus. In the United States, the carrier population appears 
to be several-fold greater than for hepatitis B. 

Following blood transfusion, 5% to 10% of recipients 
develop NANB hepatitis. Although it has traditionally been 
considered a transfusion-associated disease, surveillance data 
from the Centers for Disease Control indicate that NANB 
hepatitis is more likely to occur outside of the transfusion 
setting, so that transfusions account for only 7,500 to 15,000 
of the approximately 150,000 symptomatic cases seen annu- 
ally. 46 Intravenous drug use, hemodialysis, and occupational 
exposure to blood are also important risk factors. 

It should be emphasized that 20% to 40% of the cases of 
NANB hepatitis have no known source of exposure. The route 
of transmission — person-to-person contact, sexual transmis- 
sion, or other vectors — is not clear, though the same hepatitis 
C virus appears to account for most of these cases. Evidence 
for 9 and against 10 sexual transmission has been presented, but 
the risk of infection through personal or sexual contact does 
not appear to be high. 

The clinical features of acute NANB hepatitis are not 
readily distinguished for HAV or HBV, so diagnosis depends 
on appropriate serologic testing. In transfusion recipients, 
NANB hepatitis generally develops after an incubation period 
of four to 12 weeks. Most patients remain asymptomatic and 
are detected by an unexplained elevation of the aminotrans- 
ferases (ASTand ALT). When symptomsare present, they are 
nonspecific, with fatigue, nausea, and vomiting found in less 
than 25% and jaundice in less than 15%. As with hepatitis A 
and B, however, there is a broad range in clinical outcomes. 
Up to 20% of cases of fulminant hepatic failure are attribut- 
able to NANB hepatitis. 

The real danger of NANB hepatitis is not the acute 
disease, which is commonly mild, but the risk of developing 
chronic liver disease, as summarized in figure 1. Sustained 
abnormalities of liver function tests occur in about 50% of 
those with NANB hepatitis as compared to about 10% of those 
with HBV infection. Of these, chronic active hepatitis is 
present in about 50%, and at least 20% develop cirrhosis over 
a relatively short follow-up period of five years. 4 - 5,7,8 



NCMJ / January 1991. Volume 52 Number 1 



The clinical progression from acute to chronic liver dis- 
ease is often insidious and is under-recognized. Most patients 
are asymptomatic in the early stages, and liver function tests 
do not correlate with histologic progression. In the individual 
patient, waxing and waning of AST and ALT is characteris- 
tic, 8 and this is illustrated in a patient who developed NANB 
hepatitis following exposure to blood during cardiac bypass 
surgery (figure 2). It is not unusual to find normal or mildly 
abnormal values on one visit followed by elevation to 200 to 
400 1.U. several months later. Two important consequences of 
this merit emphasis. First, serial measurement of ALT and 
AST does not always provide an accurate assessment of 
disease activity, so progression is not always heralded by 
sustained abnormalities of liver function tests. Second, many 
asymptomatic carriers are still infectious even though the liver 
function tests are normal or only mildly abnormal. The best 
evidence for this is that NANB hepatitis continues to occur in 
5% to 10% of transfusion recipients even after elimination of 
donor units with elevated ALT. Hopefully, this will be re- 
duced by screening for anti-HCV antibodies, but the risk will 
not be eliminated due to false negative tests. 

The risk for an individual patient who receives a blood 
transfusion can be estimated on the basis of these studies. 4 ' 5 ' 7,8 
Forevery 100 patients transfused, 5 to 10 will develop NANB 
hepatitis, and 2.5 to 5 of these will have persistent abnormali- 
ties of liver function tests, suggesting chronic liver disease. 
Within approximately five years of transfusion, 1.2 to 2.5 will 
have chronic active hepatitis and an additional 0.3 to .5 may 
progress to cirrhosis. The risks are presumed to be similar for 
NANB hepatitis acquired in other settings. 



Identification of the 
Hepatitis C Virus 

The recognition that NANB hepatitis is a common and serious 
problem initiated a long and frustrating search for the respon- 
sible agent until Choo and coworkers 2 and Kuo and cowork- 
ers 3 adopted a different and elegant approach. They reasoned 
that other groups failed to detect the responsible virus because 
it was present in the serum in very low concentrations. 
Consequently, some type of gene amplification would be 
required. Plasma from a chimpanzee known to be infectious 
was used as a source of viral antigen. Since the investigators 
did not know whether this was a DNA or RNA virus they 
purified all of the DNA and RNA and synthesized more than 
10 6 cDNA clones using reverse transcriptase and random 
primers. They then expressed peptides corresponding to the 
cDNA clones, hoping that one or more would represent a viral 
antigen. 

Serum from a patient with chronic NANB hepatitis was 
presumed to have antibodies to the NANB agent and was used 
to screen these peptides. After screening one million clones, 
one was isolated which did not hybridize to DNA from 
uninfected human or chimpanzee liver indicating that it was 



Estimated annual number of cases of HCV: 

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others indicate that there are approximately 150,000 new 
cases of symptomatic NANB hepatitis in the United States 
each year." 7 ' 8 Most of these, as well as a larger number of 
asymptomatic unrecognized infections, are caused by hepati- 
tis C virus. Acute infection is followed by chronic elevation of 
liver function tests in approximately half of the patients, and a 
significant portion of these will develop chronic active hepatitis 
and/or cirrhosis. Hepatitis C appears to account for 1 5,000 or 
more new cases of cirrhosis each year. 



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Figure 2. Time course of changes in ALT following acute 
infection with hepatitis C virus. Three months following expo- 
sure to blood during coronary artery bypass surgery, this 
patient developed acute hepatitis. Serologic studies snowed 
no evidence of infection with hepatitis A, hepatitis B, or 
cytomegalovirus. However, there was seroconversion from 
anti-HCV antibody negative to positive approximately six months 
after infection. Trie patient continued to have fluctuations of 
ALT following the acute episode, with normal values on several 
occasions. A liver biopsy performed one year after infection 
showed chronic active hepatitis with cirrhosis. 



not derived from the host genome. Ultimately the investiga- 
tors were able to identify this as a partial sequence of single 
stranded RNA that originated from a virus. This was unrelated 
to the hepatitis A and B viruses, but shared some characteris- 
tics with the togavirus and flavivirus families. Thus, the use of 



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these powerful techniques enabled the investigators to clone 
the hepatitis C virus with no prior knowledge of the infectious 
agent. The same approach promises to be of great benefit in 
other elusive infectious diseases. 

These investigators 3 also generated a fusion peptide 
containing 363 amino acids from the viral sequence. This was 
used as an antigen to capture circulating anu-HC V antibodies, 
representing the first assay for serologic screening for the 
hepatitis C virus. Several approaches were used to validate the 
specificity of this antibody. First, circulating anti-HCV anti- 
bodies were detected in the serum of six of seven chimpanzees 
known to have NANB hepatitis. Antibodies were not present 
in control sera from uninfected animals. Second, sera from 10 
patients with well characterized post-transfusion NANB 
hepatitis were evaluated. Each of the 10 patients serocon- 
verted from anti-HCV negative to anti-HCV positive during 
the 12 months after blood transfusion. In addition, retrospec- 
tive screening of the donor units revealed that nine of 10 had 
received at least one unit that tested positive for anti-HCV 
antibodies. Antibodies were also detected in serum from 58% 
of patients with community-acquired NANB hepatitis, sug- 
gesting that the same agent is responsible for most cases. 

Finally, when asymptomatic blood donors from several 
countries were screened to determine the prevalence of anti- 
HCV antibody, it was found in only 0.5% of those at low risk 
for transmitting NANB (normal ALT, negative hepatitis B 
core antibody), but in 44% of those at high risk for transmit- 
ting the disease (elevated ALT, positive hepatitis B core 
antibody). Thus, blood donors with anti-HCV antibodies 
represent a high-risk group for transmitting NANB hepatitis; 
and most transfusion recipients that develop NANB hepatitis 
seroconvert from anti-HCV antibody negative to positive. 



Significance of anti-HCV Antibodies 

Widespread application of the serologic test for circulating 
anti-HCV antibodies has demonstrated that hepatitis C is 
worldwide in distribution, and provides compelling evidence 
that it is responsible for most cases of NANB hepatitis in 
patients with and without a parenteral exposure history. 11 ' 12 In 
patients with a firm clinical diagnosis of post-transfusion 
NANB hepatitis, at least 80% are anti-HCV positive. 13 Simi- 
larly, a high frequency of seropositivity is found in hemophil- 
ia patients , 14 hemodialysis patients, and intravenous drug ab- 
users. 11 NANB hepatitis occurring in the absence of parenteral 
exposure is also associated with anti-HCV antibodies, and 
there is a similar risk for developing chronic liver disease. 4 ' 12 
In addition to the well documented risk for chronic liver 
disease and cirrhosis, chronic infection with HCV may also be 
a risk factor for hepatocellular carcinoma. 1517 This is analo- 
gous to the well established role of chronic HBV infection in 
the pathogenesis of hepatocellular carcinoma. One study from 
Italy suggests that HCV may be more important numerically 
than HBV. 17 The mechanisms and significance of this associa- 
tion remain to be clarified. 

6 NCM J / January 1 991 , Volume 52 Number 1 



The current antibody test represents a remarkable achieve- 
ment, but several qualifications regarding its interpretation 
merit emphasis. First, and most importantly, a positive anti- 
HCV antibody test does not indicate resolution of the viral 
infection. Patients with anti-HCV antibodies are capable of 
transmitting the disease and should be considered infectious. 
There are presumably gradations of infectivity , and those with 
elevated ALT are more infectious than those with normal 
ALT. 18 Unfortunately, there are occasional false positive 
tests — patients who test positive for anti-HCV antibodies who 
do not have infection with hepatitis C virus. This has been best 
defined in autoimmune chronic liver disease in which the false 
positivity appears related to hypergammaglobulinemia (re- 
viewed by Martin 19 ). At present, distinction between true 
positive and false positive tests requires use of more sensitive 
assays including recombinant immunoblot or detection of 
HCV RNA by polymerase chain reaction. These tests are not 
available outside of specialized research facilities. From a 
pragmatic standpoint, since the incidence of false positive 
tests appears relatively small, patients who test positive should 
be considered to be infectious. 

False negative tests also occur. Even with repeated test- 
ing, up to 20% of patients who clinically have NANB hepatitis 
will not develop anti-HCV antibodies. In some of these 
patients , HCV RNA can be detected by more sensitive polym- 
erase chain reaction. 20 It is highly likely that those who do not 
have HCV RNA or anti-HCV antibodies are infected with 
another virus ("non-A, non-B, non-C"). In any case, present 
findings suggest that the current anti-HCV assay underesti- 
mates the true incidence of the disease. 

A final caveat is that it often takes three to six months for 
anti-HCV antibodies to develop. In the post-transfusion set- 
ting, anti-HCV antibodies were detectable after a mean of 22 
weeks following exposure, or about 15 weeks following the 
onset of illness. 13 Occasional patients require up to a year for 
seroconversion. Thus, repeated testing over a six- to 12-month 
period may be required for detection of antibodies, or before 
hepatitis C can be excluded. 



Treatment of HCV 

The recognition that hepatitis C virus is a major cause of 
chronic active hepatitis and cirrhosis has resulted in several 
therapeutic trials. Neither acyclovir nor corticosteroids have 
been effective. Recently, however, there have been several 
encouraging trials using recombinant alpha interferon. 5 ' 21 In 
patients with well documented chronic disease, treatment 
with two to three million units three times a week for six 
months resulted in improvement of the ALT and histologic 
features in more than half. Improvement was uncommon in 
well matched control patients who did not receive interferon. 
Unfortunately, relapse within six months of cessation of 
therapy occurred in many of these patients. Given the cost, 
potential toxicity, and high incidence of relapse, future con- 
trolled studies to optimize the use of interferon and evaluate 

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feron therapy for hepatitis C should generally be limited to 
controlled clinical trials. 

There are few studies of the outcome of liver transplanta- 
tion following liver failure related to HCV. However, there is 
no clear evidence of recurrent severe infection in transplanted 
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mission of HB V if given within two weeks of exposure. 6 By 
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Conclusions 

Research and clinical advances regarding hepatitis C virus 
have occurred at a rapid rate over the last 18 months. These 
have clearly established hepatitis C as a major cause of acute 
hepatitis, chronic hepatitis, and cirrhosis. Widespread adop- 
tion of screening practices for HCV in blood donors repre- 
sents a significant advance in control of this disease. How- 
ever, hepatitis C will continue to be common as the majority 
of patients do not acquire the disease through transfusion, and 
the effectiveness of donor screening programs is limited by 
false negative results with the current anti-HCV antibody test. 
The advances have highlighted additional areas for study. 
The development of more sophisticated serologic studies with 
improved sensitivity and specificity, as well as probes to 
measure viral replication in the liver, are very high priorities. 
This should allow for more accurate distinction between 
patients with self-limited or non-progressive disease and 
those with a more aggressive clinical course. The principal 
aims for the near future will be to develop an effective vaccine 
to limit transmission of this common disease, identify infected 
patients at risk for progression, and develop more effective 
treatments for those who have already acquired the virus. □ 



Acknowledgments 

This manuscript was abstracted from Medical Grand Rounds 
at Duke University in July, 1990. 1 am grateful for the careful 
review and helpful suggestions from Paul Killenberg, M.D., 
and members of the Gastrointestinal Electrophysiology Unit. 



Editor's note 

This is the Editor's second visit with the Fitz family. The GI 
Bill and Fran Fitz put Tom Fitz through Duke Medical School. 
Fran Fitz established, in the office of the Department of 
Medicine, a standard for executive secretaries equalled only 
by Bess Cebe. 



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2 Choo Q-L, Kuo G, Weiner AJ, et al. Isolation of a cDN A clone derived 

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All That Wheezes Is Not Asthma 



Frederick H. Taylor, M.D., Richard W. Zollinger II, M.D., Scott A. Kremers, M.D., 
Arthur R. Cohen, M.D., Vittal B. Shenoy, M.D. 



Chavalier Jackson brought attention to the phonomenon de- 
scribed in the title of this paper when in 1918 he pointed out 
the importance of the "asthmatoid wheezes" in the diagnosis 
of foreign bodies in the tracheo-bronchial tree. 1 He later added 
that wheezing may indicate other forms of partial airway 
occlusion, 2 such as neoplasms, inflammatory strictures and 
external compression of the airway. Jackson described the 
wheeze as being best heard with the examiner's ear next to the 
open mouth of the patient during a forced expiration. 

Jackson stated that a wheeze is "present at some stage in 
practically every progressive obstructive bronchopulmonary 
disease." He further added, "One of the most urgent calls for 
immediate diagnostic bronchoscopy is a wheeze heard at the 
open mouth. Every medical student should be taught that no 
physical examination of the patient is complete without listen- 
ing at the patient's open mouth for a wheezing sound and 
recording it negatively or positively." 2 

This paper documents two examples of the importance of 
"The Wheeze" in evaluating patients. 



Patient I 

J.M.A., a 60-year-old white man, was admitted to Mercy 
Hospital June 8, 1986 complaining of wheezing for the 
duration of one year. He noted that when he extended his neck, 
his voice was croupy and his breathing raspy. He also devel- 
oped dysphagia, occasional regurgitation and a 20-pound 
weight loss. He consulted an otolaryngologist who obtained a 
chest x-ray and Computed Axial Tomographic (CAT) scan of 
the chest and referred him for surgical consultation. 

He was a healthy-looking man who upon neck extension 
revealed an expiratory wheeze and a rasping sound of his 
voice. Examination of his neck revealed no thyroid enlarge- 



From the Departments of Thoracic Surgery, Pulmonology and Sur- 
gical Pathology, Mercy and Presbyterian Hospitals, Charlotte. 



ment or other cervical masses. The remainder of his physical 
examination was normal. 

Posterior-anterior and lateral chest x-rays (figure 1 A-B) 
showed a 7 cm superior mediastinal mass which displaced the 
trachea anteriorly. CAT scan of the chest (figure 2) demon- 
strated a mediastinal mass in the posterior-superior medi- 
astinum compressing the trachea and esophagus. The differ- 
ential diagnoses included lymphoma, duplication cyst of the 
esophagus, neuro-enteric cyst, leiomyoma of the esophagus, 
or, less likely, substernal goiter. 

On June 9, 1986 the patient was taken to the operating 
room and administered general endo-tracheal anesthesia. 
Preliminary bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy showed marked 
slit-like compression of the trachea and esophagus. The pa- 
tient was turned onto his left side and the right chest was 
opened through a postcro-lateral thoracotomy going through 
the fourth intercostal space. Exploration revealed a soft, cystic 
mass in the upper mediastinum posterior to the trachea and 
esophagus and compressing both structures. The overlying 
mediastinal pleura was incised and the mass was easily 
mobilized by finger dissection up to its pedicle which ex- 
tended into the neck. The mass itself retracted up into the neck, 
therefore, the pedicle was approached through a separate neck 
incision. The thoracotomy wound was closed with underwa- 
ter seal drainage and the patient was placed on his back. A 
large bulging mass was now apparent in the area of the left 
lobe of the thyroid. 

The neck was opened through a Kocher incision and the 
strap muscles retracted laterally. The tumor was lifted out of 
the mediastinum. A very small pedicle was attached to the left 
lobe of the thyroid. This was divided and the tumor delivered 
from the wound. On palpating the bed of the tumor, it was 
obvious that the mass had migrated from the left lobe of the 
thyroid behind the esophagus and trachea and into the right 
upper posterior mediastinum. The neck was closed leaving a 
small Penrose drain in place. The patient had an uneventful 
course and was discharged on the sixth postoperative day. 

Pathologic examination showed a 7.5 cm, 65 gram cystic, 
hemorrhagic mass, which on microscopic examination was a 
benign colloid goiter. 



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Figure 1A, 1B. Case 1: Posterior-anterior and lateral chest 
x-rays demonstrate the upper mediastinal tumor. 



Figure 2. Case 1 : CT scan of chest demonstrates the pos- 
terior mediastinal tumor with severe compression of the 
trachea. 



Patient II 

CM., a 23-year-old black man, was admitted to Presbyterian 
Hospital. He had had intermittent hemoptysis, expiratory 
dyspnea and wheeze for 18 months. He noted no difficulty 
upon inhalation; however, he complained of occasional la- 
bored exhalation. He was treated originally with cough medi- 
cine, but one month prior to adm ission he saw a pulmonologist 
who bronchoscoped him and ordered a CAT scan of his chest. 
A biopsy was taken but there was insufficient tissue for 
diagnosis. He was referred to another pulmonologist who re- 
bronchoscoped him and found what he described as a 40% 
occlusive pedunculated mass in the patient's cervical trachea. 
Biopsy showed a muco-epidermoid carcinoma. He was re- 
ferred to us for surgical resection. 

He was a lean, muscular, healthy-looking young man. No 
wheeze was audible on the initial examination, but a wheeze 
was heard on several subsequent occasions. 

Posterior-anterior chest x-ray showed a round endotrach- 
eal tumor at the suprasternal notch. CAT scan (figure 3, next 
page) of the neck revealed a mass in the cervical trachea with 
marked impingement of the airway. 

Under topical 1% Pontocaine anesthesia a flexible fiber- 
optic bronchoscope was passed transorally. A pedunculated, 
pink, ulcerated tumor was found in the cervical trachea (figure 



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Figure 3. Case 2: CT scan of neck shows severe airway 
encroachment by endotracheal tumor. 



Figure 4. Case 2: Bronchoscopic view of endotracheal tumor. 



4). The bronchoscope passed the tumor and the distal trachob- 
ronchial tree was normal. Flexible fiberoptic esophagoscopy 
was normal. 

The endotracheal tube was then threaded down over the 
flexible bronchoscope and passed beyond the tumor without 
difficulty. General anesthesia was achieved and his neck 
approached with a Kocher incision. A longitudinal incision 
was extended a short distance over the upper sternum and the 
sternum divided with the saw to just beyond the angle of 
Louis. The sternum and strap muscles were then retracted and 
the trachea was mobilized and looped with umbilical tapes. 
We then passed the pediatric flexible bronchoscope down the 
endotracheal tube and the bronchoscopic light trans-illumi- 
nated the tumor precisely showing the margins of the tumor. 
Two stay sutures of 2-0 Dexon were placed antero-laterally in 
the trachea distal to the tumor. The trachea was divided half- 
way, just distal to the tumor. The endotracheal tube was 
withdrawn proximal to the tumor, but remained distal to the 
vocal cords. A sterile endotracheal tube was passed through 
the partially divided trachea distally and connected to the 
ventilator. A sleeve resection of the trachea was carried out 
and frozen sections showed both margins to be free of tumor. 
The trachea was anastamosed with interrupted 4-0 Dexon 
sutures. After the posterior row of sutures was completed, the 
sterile endotracheal tube was removed. The per oral endotra- 
cheal tube was passed into the distal trachea and the suture line 
was completed. The suture line was then covered with a 
pedicle of strap muscle to separate it from the adjacent 
innominate artery. The wound was closed in layers. Two #2 
nylon sutures were placed between the chin and anterior chest 
wall to keep the neck flexed and tension off the suture line. 




Figure 5. Case 2: Surgical specimen of sleeve resection of 
trachea. The suture marks the superior margin of the trachea. 
The pedunculated tumor involved neither surgical margin. 



Pathologic examination revealed a 1 cm x 1 cm peduncu- 
lated mass arising from the tracheal mucosa. The surgical 
margins were free (figure 5). Microscopy examination re- 
vealed muco-epidermoid carcinoma. 

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The patient was febrile postoperatively, but at no time 
was crepitus felt in his neck. On the fifth postoperative day he 
developed a left hydro-pneumothorax. No air was seen in the 
neck or mediastinum. A tube was inserted in his left chest for 
removal of air and serous fluid. There was no further air leak. 
He continued to have fever and bronchoscopy on the seventh 
postoperative day showed the tracheal suture line was intact. 
We explored his neck and sterile, liquid blood was encoun- 
tered; however, there was no obvious leak from the suture line. 
On the eighth postoperative day, x-ray showed a "white out" 
of the left thorax. Thoracentesis yielded only 200 cm 3 of sterile 
serous fluid. The "white out" remained on the left side, and on 
the tenth postoperative day a left pulmonary decortication was 
carried out. Fibrinous material was removed and the lung 
expanded. Bronchial secretions required several more bron- 
choscopic cleanouts of the left lower lobe following which his 
lung remained clear and well expanded. When the heavy 
nylon sutures between the chin and anterior chest wall were 
removed, the patient was able to cough more effectively. He 
was discharged on his eighteenth postoperative day. 

Postoperative recovery was then quite rapid. He returned 
to work and his chest x-ray was clear two months later. 



Discussion 

These two illustrative cases show the diagnostic importance 
of wheezing. The authors, in agreement with Jackson, contend 
that diagnostic bronchoscopy is strongly indicated in any 
patient with an unexplained wheeze. 

Patient I illustrates an unusual manifestation of goiter. 
Goiters may extend substernally and arc almost always easily 
removed from the neck. In 1949 Sweet 3 reported six cases of 
goiter located in the posterior mediastinum. All were benign, 
although two had had irradiation therapy to the mediastinum. 
Herlitzka and Gale 4 reported that of 174 mediastinal tumors 
that they resected, 10 were goiters (5.7%), one of which was 
malignant. Sampson and Dugan reported 54 cases of resected 
mediastinal tumors, four of which were goiters. 5 They empha- 
sized the importance of surgical removal of primary mediasti- 
nal tumors over "watchful waiting" or lesser procedures, such 
as needle biopsy or thoracoscopy. They deplored the "trial of 
x-ray therapy" for undiagnosed mediastinal tumor. A 20-year 
experience with surgical treatment of 1 ,064 cases of mediasti- 
nal tumors at the Mayo Clinic 6 included 56 intrathoracic 
goiters (5.3%); all of which required thoracotomy. These 
authors also said that most substernal goiters can be removed 
from the neck. Ellis, et al. 7 reported on 24 cases of intrathora- 
cic goiters, 12 of which had symptoms of pressure including 
recumbent dyspnea, wheezing and dysphagia. Radioactive 
iodine was helpful in the diagnosis of two cases. Fourteen of 
these goiters lay in the posterior mediastinum; only one was 
malignant. Lindskog and Malm 8 reported that a Valsalva 
maneuver at umes would displace a mediastinal tumor up- 
ward, making it palpable. 



The largest series of tracheal tumors were reported by 
Grillo, et al., 9 " 12 Perlman, 13 and Pearson, et al. 14 These authors 
found the most common primary tracheal tumor to be squamous 
cell cancer followed by adenoid cystic carcinoma. Wheezes 
and stridor were important symptoms in these series. 

Wheeze is an important symptom and indicates partial 
tracho-bronchial occlusive disease. One must never conclude 
that patients with unexplained wheeze are asthmatic unless a 
definite diagnosis is established. Bronchoscopy is indicated 
where an unexplained wheeze persists. Chest x-ray and CAT 
scan of the neck and chest are helpful diagnostic aids. □ 



References 

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trachea or bronchi, the "asthmatoid wheeze." Amer J Med 
Sci 1918;156:625-6. 

2 Jackson C, Jackson CL. Bronchoesophagology. Philadel- 
phia and London: W.B. Saunders Co. 1950, p. 161. 

3 Sweet R. Intrathoracic goiter located in the posterior 
mediastinum. Surg Gynecol Obstet 1949;89:57-66. 

4 Herlitzka AJ, Gale JW. Tumors and cysts of the medi- 
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5 Sampson PC, Dugan DJ. The treatment of mediastinal 
tumors. Calif Med 1951;74:161-6. 

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Surg 1952;135:79-90. 

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thoracic oncology, edited by Choi NC, Grillo HC. New 
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tracheal reconstruction, incidence, treatment and preven- 
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12 Grillo HC, Mathisen DJ. Primary tracheal tumors: treat- 
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13 Perelman ML. Tracheal tumors in Grillo HC. Current 
therapy in cardiothoracic surgery. Toronto and Philadel- 
phia: BC Decker Inc., 1989, p. 52-4. 

14 Pearson FG Todd T Jr, Cooper JD. Experience with 
primary neoplasms of the trachea and carina. J Thorac 
Cardiovasc Surg 1984;88:511-18. 



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SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE 

A Case of Leukemia Due to HTLV-1 

A Virus of Regional Significance 

Evelyne M. Davidson, M.D., Peter C. Ungaro, M.D. 



Adult T-cell leukemia caused by the retrovirus HTLV-1 is 
encountered with increasing frequency in the southeastern 
United States. A recent report indicated that only two patients 
with this virus had been identified in North Carolina. 1 The 
causative retrovirus is similar to the human immunodeficien- 
cy virus (HIV) responsible for the human immunodeficiency 
syndrome (AIDS). However, the detection of this virus re- 
quires identification of antibody different from that associated 
with HIV, and the clinical manifestations of infection are very 
different from those of patients with AIDS. This oncogenic 
virus causes malignant transformation of infected T-cells, 
resulting in an aggressive leukemia associated with lymphad- 
enopathy, hepatosplenomegaly, skin involvement, and hyper- 
calcemia. 2 This report describes a patient with typical mani- 
festations of the disease. This is the first patient with HTLV- 
1 virus definitely identified here in Wilmington, NC. 

The patient was a 33-year-old black woman who pre- 
sented with nausea and vomiting of two days' duration, a 
painful ulcerated lesion in her pubic area that she first noted 
two weeks previously, and an erythematous papular eruption 
that had been present for six months. The eruption began on 
her arms and then spread to her trunk and legs. The rash had 
been thought to represent an atypical lichen planus and had 
partially responded to treatment with topical steroids. Previ- 
ous medical care included a Cesarean section 14 years ago and 
hospitalization for treatment of a Klebsiella urinary tract 
infection four weeks previously. The patient did not remem- 
ber any blood transfusions and denied illicit use of drugs. She 
was bom in North Carolina and had never traveled out of the 
state. She had been sexually active in her younger years, but 
denied multiple partners. 

Physical examination was remarkable for an erythema- 
tous macular rash on the arms, trunk and legs. There was 
cervical, axillary submandibular, and inguinal lymphadeno- 
pathy . The abdomen was obese, and hepatosplenomegaly was 



From the Department of Internal Medicine, Area Health Education 
Center, New Hanover Memorial Hospital, Wilmington 28402, and 
the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill. 



not detectable. The external genitalia manifested a 1.5 cm 
ulcerated lesion on the mons pubis in the midline. 

Laboratory studies included a WBC count of 40,000 with 
70% lymphocytes, many of the lymphocytes being atypical 
and convoluted. The hemoglobin and platelet count were 
normal. The urea nitrogen was 75 mg% and the creatinine was 
4.8 mg%. The calcium was 13.1 mg% with an albumin of 3.7 
gm%. Bone marrow aspirate and biopsy revealed erythroid 
hyperplasia with only small numbers of the atypical lympho- 
cytes that had been identified on peripheral smear. Chest x-ray 
and abdominal films were normal, and a skeletal survey 
detected no abnormalities. Computed tomographic scans of 
the chest and abdomen confirmed the axillary adenopathy and 
demonstrated mesenteric and pelvic lymphadenopathy. There 
was a 4 cm mass in the head of the pancreas and prominent 
splenomegaly. 

On the third hospital day the patient complained of 
shortness of breath, and diffuse pulmonary rales and wheezes 
were detected on physical examination. Pulmonary infiltrates 
were apparent on repeat chest x-ray, and antibiotic therapy 
consisting of cefotaxime and gentamycin was started. Gram 
negative rods identified on blood culture were found to be 
Klebsiella pneumoniae. Respiratory compromise progressed 
and intubation with mechanical ventilation was required. 
Continued deterioration and development of hypotension 
required initiation of pressor therapy, and the patient died on 
the thirteenth hospital day. 

An autopsy was performed. Infiltration of the skin, spleen, 
and lymph nodes with atypical convoluted lymphocytes was 
demonstrated. Other findings included adult respiratory dis- 
tress syndrome and acute renal tubular necrosis. An antibody 
titer to HTLV- 1 was found to be 4.3 by enzyme immunoassay 
(normal less than 1.0). 



Discussion 

Adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma (ATLL) is found most 
frequently in southwest Japan. A high incidence has also been 
detected in central Africa and certain Caribbean islands such 



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as Jamaica. In the United States the disease has been found 
predominantly among young blacks in the southeast. 

Exposure to the oncogenic retrovirus responsible for this 
malignancy has been shown to occur with some frequency in 
the United States. Blood donor surveys carried out by the 
American Red Cross have shown a seropositivity rate of 20 
per 100,000. 3 It is not clear why some individuals infected 
with the virus become ill and others do not. 

Like HIV, HTL V- 1 attacks the central nervous system. It 
causes a chronic progressive paraparesis known as tropical 
spastic paraparesis. However, it is extremely rare for patients 
with ATLL to develop spastic paraparesis or for patients with 
paraparesis to develop ATLL.4 The expression of the disease 
would seem to be determined by host factors such as HLA 
haplotype. 

The onset of ATLL is most frequendy characterized by 
the rapid development of skin lesions, as was the case in our 
patient. Skin lesions can range from tumor nodules to nonspe- 
cific erythematous patches. 2 Hypercalcemia is frequent and 
apparendy related to osteoclast activation and accelerated 
bone turnover. Sometimes x-rays show lytic bone lesions. 
Diffuse lymphadcnopathy is typical, but mediastinal masses 
are not a feature of the disease. The patients are susceptible to 
opportunistic infections, and infectious complications are 
frequently the cause of death. Although the clinical course is 
generally fulminant, as was the case in our patient, indolent 
courses have been described. 

One of the most interesting features of the disease is the 
circulating convoluted lobulated lymphocyte found in the 
peripheral blood 2 (figure 1). These T-cells are infected with 
virus, and their identification is essential in establishing the 
diagnosis. These cells infiltrate the skin, the lymph nodes, the 
bone marrow, and other organs producing the characteristic 
manifestations of the disease. They probably release a hu- 
moral factor responsible for bone resorption and hypercalce- 
mia. 

Serologic detection of antibody to HTLV- 1 is also impor- 
tant, but there are many asymptomatic carriers of the infection 
in the population. 3 It would have been interesting to know the 
serologic status of the relatives of our patient, but they would 
not agree to testing. There is evidence to suggest that the virus 
can be transmitted from mother to child transplacental^ or by 
breast feeding. The virus then remains dormant in the host, 
sometimes only causing disease many decades after infection. 
Other modes of transmission are similar to that for AIDS. 
Blood transfusion, illicit intravenous drug administration, and 
sexual contact have all been implicated. 

Our patient did not remember blood transfusion, but she 
was not certain that she was not transfused at the time of her 
cesarean section. Blood is now being tested for antibody to 
HTLV- 1 , but this was started only recently, and this virus may 
remain dormant in its host for long periods of time. A closely 
related virus, HTL V-2, is also present in the blood supply and 
seems capable of causing human disease. Some have even 
postulated that multiple sclerosis may be due to this or similar 




Figure 1. Abnormal lymphocytes found in the peripheral 
blood of this patient. (Photograph provided by Dr. Rebecca 
McAfee, Department of Pathology, New Hanover Memorial 
Hospital.) 



agents. 3 There may be reason for concern about this and other 
as yet unrecognized threats in the blood supply. □ 



References 

1 Levine PH, Jaffe ES, Manns A, et al. Human T-cell lym- 
photrophic virus type I and adult T-cell leukemia/lym- 
phoma outside Japan and the Caribbean Basin. Yale J Biol 
Med 1988;61:215-22. 

2 Broder S, Bunn PA, Jaffe ES, et al. T-cell lymphoprolifera- 
tive syndrome associated with human T-cell leukemia/ 
lymphoma virus. Ann Intern Med 1984;100:543-57. 

3 Sarma PS , Gruber J. Human T-cell lymphotrophic viruses in 
human diseases. J Natl Cancer Inst 1990; 82: 1 100-6. 

4 Kawai H, Nishida Y, Takagi M, et al. HTLV-1 associated 
myelopathy with adult T-cell leukemia. Neurology 
1989;39:1129-31. 



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EDITORIAL 



Physicians and Nuclear War 



Daniel T. Young, M.D. 



The Beginning: 
Hiroshima and Nagasaki 

The few physicians who survived the bombings of Hiroshima 
and Nagasaki faced an insurmountable medical catastrophe. 
They were helpless to do anything significant for the injured, 
bumed and irradiated survivors. 1 As Dr. Hachiya shows, even 
with a relatively intact "outside" world, help was slow in 
coming and not very effective. 

Direct involvement with the medical consequences of 
nuclear war began with those physicians. Within a few months 
the first of many Japanese and American medical teams — in 
addition to those who came to try to treat the injured — began 
to organize to study long-term survivors. The Atomic Bomb 
Casualty Commission was started by late 1946. It began the 
extensive studies that have continued to date under the aus- 
pices (since 1975) of the Radiation Effects Research Founda- 
tion, an international medical research group. This research up 
to 1981 is summarized in detail in book form. 2 A much less 
detailed update can be found in a publication of the Institute 
of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences. 3 

While he worked with the Atomic Bomb Casualty 
Commission in 1950 to 1953, Dr. Warner Wells became 
acquainted with Dr. Hachiya and learned of the diary he had 
kept as he recovered from his own wounds in the shattered 
remains of the hospital he directed in Hiroshima. Together 
they translated the diary into English. Dr. Wells was on the 
surgical faculty at the university of North Carolina when the 
translation was published by the University of North Carolina 
Press in 1955. 1 Like many others he was deeply affected by his 
experience in Hiroshima. His Humanities Lecture at the 
university in 1959 was entitled: Our Technological Dilemma, 
or an Appraisal of Man as a Species Benton Self-Destruction. 
In conclusion he observed: "Man has achieved the capacity to 
destroy himself as a species ... A realistic appreciation of this 
concept leaves no alternative conclusion than that civil, na- 



Dr. Young is the President of Physicians for Social Responsibility, 
and Professor of Medicine, Emeritus, The University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill. 



tional, or world defense must hereinafter be a matter of 
Inspired Statesmanship." He said: "To one who takes an 
increasingly detached view towards the ultimate fate of this 
species, sadness prevails." 4 



The Founding of Physicians for 
Social Responsibility and 
International Physicians for the 
Prevention of Nuclear War 

By 1959 there were many other physicians, who, looking 
about themselves, found little evidence of inspired statesman- 
ship. Nuclear weapons testing was filling the atmosphere with 
radionuclides. In response to the cold war an unrestrained 
nuclear arms race was plunging blindly ahead. If the condi- 
tions predicted by President Eisenhower in 1956 were not 
already present, they soon would be. President Eisenhower 
wrote: "When we get to the point, as we one day will, that both 
sides know that in any outbreak of general hostilities, regard- 
less of the element of surprise, the destruction will be both 
reciprocal and complete, possibly we will have the sense to 
meet at the conference table with the understanding that the 
era of armaments has ended and the human race will have to 
conform itself to this truth or die." 5 

In 1960, then, a group of these physicians formed Physi- 
cians for Social Responsibility (PSR), an organization that 
would devote itself to studying the medical consequences of 
nuclear war and to communicating them in a manner the 
public and members of the government could understand. 

PSR began by publishing a series of special articles in the 
New England Journal of Medicine. 6 There were several simple 
conclusions drawn from the data published there: 

1 Organized society could not survive a major nuclear war. 

2 The myriad injured survivors of nuclear attack would find 
the medical establishment largely destroyed and unable to 
help them significantly. 

3 No imaginable system of civil defense could make a signifi- 
cant difference to the outcome of nuclear war. 



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4 Nuclear war should be seen as a "final epidemic" for which 
no treatment is available except prevention; therefore phy- 
sicians should be active in preventing nuclear war as a part 
of their professional responsibility. 

At about the same time, responding to fear of radionu- 
clide fallout from weapons testing, PSR collected the decidu- 
ous teeth of children from the United States and demonstrated 
that Strontium 90, an alpha emitter, was being incorporated in 
them. These data contributed to the pressures that led Presi- 
dent Kennedy to push for the Lim ited Test Ban Treaty of 1 963 , 
which stopped nuclear explosions in the atmosphere and 
under the oceans. 

The accelerating arms race after about 1978, the frighten- 
ing cold war rhetoric, and the cessation of arms-control 
negotiations in the early years of the Reagan administration 
caused great public anxiety. In response, PSR's membership 
grew rapidly to its present size of about 30,000 in 140 
chapters. There are four chapters in North Carolina with a total 
membership of about 500. 

It was in 1980 that several Russian physicians joined 
three Americans to form International Physicians for the 
Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) . At present about 200,000 
physicians are members of affiliates of IPPNW in 69 coun- 
tries. 

All of these physicians in PSR and IPPNW are mostly 
engaged in educating themselves, other physicians, the gen- 
eral public and their governments about the medical realities 
of nuclear war. They publish a great deal of material in 
medical journals, produce large symposia for the professional 
and lay public, conduct grand rounds in innumerable hospi- 
tals, and speak to county medical societies and to church and 
civic groups. 

The many studies and messages embodied in this world- 
wide work have been described in a publication of the Institute 
of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences in 1986. 3 



The Arms Race and True 
National Security 

In addition to this, PSR members speak and write of the 
devastation of social and economic infrastructures caused by 
the arms race here and around the world. This process, 
involving not only the expenditure of money but also of talent 
and of research and development resources, has come to be 
known as "Destruction Before Detonation." 7 

Physicians in North Carolina are painfully aware of what 
this means. We find ourselves unable to obtain the resources 
to treat more and more of our patients. Thirty-one million 
Americans have no health insurance. Medicaid is under- 
funded. Prenatal and child feeding and immunization pro- 
grams have been cut, and our infant mortality is increasing. 
Medicare has been cut so that hospitals all over the state have 
begun losing money on Medicare patients. 8 North Carolina 



citizens may also wonder if the large diversions of federal 
money from education to military use may not be among the 
reasons for the poor performance of their children on the SAT. 
The homeless people we see everywhere are there in part 
because of a drop of 80% in federal funds for low -cost housing 
during the 1980s. 



Nuclear war should 

be seen as a "final 

epidemic" for which 

no treatment is 

available ... therefore 

physicians should be 

active in preventing 

nuclear war as a part 

of their professional 

responsibility. 



In addition to these signs of social decay, there are 
increasing signs of a decline in our economic performance. 
Every day the newspaper seems to report new evidence of our 
failure to compete with Japan, Germany or France. This may 
be because more than half of our most talented physicists, 
engineers and inventors are employed in military industry and 
laboratories. We have become number one in the quality of 
our military aircraft, but we can't make a state-of-the-art 
automobile, video cassette recorder or television set 

This same sad state of affairs is present in the Union of 
Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Our colleagues in the 
Soviet Committee of Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear 
War made this point repeatedly when a group of physicians 
from PS R visited them for two weeks in m id- 1 990. Arms races 
are even more devastating in many of the poorest nations, 
where military expenditures may exceed by many times the 
national budgets for health, education and all other social 
services, and in which huge percentages of very small per 
capita incomes go to the military. 9 

PSR has taken the position that the true security of any 
nation depends at least as much upon the quality of its 
economy and the education, health and well-being of its 
citizens as upon the power of the military. Thus physicians in 
PSR are engaged in a campaign to divert public resources 
from military waste, especially the production of new, "im- 
proved" nuclear weapons systems, to socially useful purposes 
such as health care, housing and education. 



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EDITORIAL 



A Nurse's View of the 
Nursing Shortage 



Mary Ann Peter, R.N., M.S.N. 



I'm tired of hearing the nursing shortage discussed, dia- 
grammed and analyzed as if it were a disease. I've seen the 
shortage, like a chronic illness, go through cyclical remissions 
and exacerbations without a long-term treatment plan that 
would make a lasting change. 

I'm dispirited by the newspaper and magazine articles 
that report the effects of the nursing shortage in terms of 
dissatisfied patients, burned-out nurses, angry physicians and 
helpless administrators. 

I'm weary of reading the endless surveys and studies 
done on the local, state and national level by task forces and 
blue ribbon commissions that blame social changes, govern- 
ment finances and competing agencies for the lack of an 
adequate supply of quality nursing services. 

You may be surprised to know that the nation's supply of 
nurses has increased by 45% since 1977, and that 80% of RNs 
are actively employed as nurses. Despite this increase and a 
high employment rate, a major nursing shortage occurred in 
1986, has continued into 1990, and is likely to worsen in the 
decade ahead. In hospitals alone, the number of RNs per 100 
patients increased from 61:100 in 1977 to 98:100 in 1987. 

Meanwhile, high school graduates are choosing from 
abundant career opportunities, leaving nursing school enroll- 
ments and graduations on a downhill course. National nursing 
school graduations peaked in 1984-1985 with 82,075 new 
RNs. By 1986-1987 this number had fallen by 14%. Growing 
numbers of health care consumers and treatments that prolong 
life will clearly require major additions to our current supply 
of two million RNs in the coming decade, and this means we 
need dramatic improvement in our ability to interest young 
people in a nursing career. Nursing careers now include a 
broad array of non-patient care jobs, such as research, utiliza- 
tion reriew, and risk management. 



From the Director of Medical Nursing, Duke University Medical 
Center, Durham 27710. 



Since the advent of prospective payment, hospitals have 
been forced to control costs. One means of cost control 
involved reducing the supply of ancillary workers. As a result, 
RNs began to represent larger proportions of the total hospital 
staff and inherited increased responsibilities formerly carried 
out by support staff, such as housekeeping, clerical duties, and 
messenger services. One highly respected study estimates that 
now about 50% of nurses' time is spent performing activities 
that do not require professional knowledge or skill. 1 

A recent American Organization of Nurse Executives 
and American Nurses' Association report 2 redefines the term 
"nursing shortage." What we really have is a "shortage of 
available time at work by RNs to perform RN functions." 
They believe that if the current RN work force would work 
more hours (46% of RNs work part-time), and if a significant 
amount of non-clinical work were removed from RNs' re- 
sponsibilities, the shortage could be eliminated. 

A shortage exists when the demand for a product exceeds 
the supply available. A shortage of a service is generally 
eliminated by a wage increase, and, as wages rise, purchasers 
respond by economizing or adjusting their use of the now 
more expensive service. However, since the need for nursing 
services has increased at the same time salaries have gradually 
risen, demand has remained well ahead of supply. Eventually, 
higher wages as well as important non-monetary incentives 
will attract more men as well as women into nursing. 

What are some of these non-monetary incentives? A 
recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine, 3 
describes an important vehicle for change in the relationship 
between the doctor and the nurse. The authors characterize the 
underlying relationship as a game that has changed over the 
past two decades. In the 1960s there was general "agreement 
between doctors and nurses that their relationship was hierar- 
chical with doctors being superior to nurses." It was not 
uncommon for nurses to take initiative and responsibility 
while at the same time appearing to be passive and subservi- 
ent. While the game is not entirely dead, the rules are decid- 
edly different today. Nurses have attempted to change this old 



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relationship to a more cooperative partnership with physi- 
cians as well as with other health professionals. You may 
recognize these changes and the effect they have had on 
physicians and patient care. In an increasing number of 
settings the professional relationships are becoming more 
collegial and more interdependent. "More open communica- 
tion between doctors and nurses uses nurses' observational 
skills better, enhances job satisfaction, and improves their 
ability to contribute to patient care." 3 

Both physicians and nurses can benefit from joint plan- 
ning and problem solving. An example of this is the participa- 
tion of two North Carolina physicians on the Western North 
Carolina Task Force on Nursing Manpower. F. Maxton 
Mauney, M.D., from Asheville and Susan Tripp Snider, M.D., 
from Spruce Pine joined 22 nurses and administrators in 
producing the second report in eight years about the nursing 
shortage in their region." This 64-page study provides ample 
materials for physicians, nurses and administrators to discuss 
in their health care settings. Although the study was carried 
out in the western region of the state, the findings are gener- 
alizable to all of North Carolina. 

The challenge of the nursing shortage is far more compli- 
cated than one editorial or one task force report can convey. 
The Western North Carolina Task Force Report gives a 
whopping 89 recommended strategies for addressing the 
problems. Strategies include increasing nurses' salaries, 
removing non-nursing tasks, and creating physician-nurse 
joint practice committees. At least ten strategies call fornurses 
and physicians to collaborate on needed changes. 

What can North Carolina physicians do to help deal with 
the nursing shortage and its causes? Take time to understand 



the particular issues that your agency is dealing with and 
become personally involved. The current nursing shortage is 
not limited by geography nor practice environment. However, 
because no two settings are precisely alike, no one solution 
can be applied in exactly the same fashion in different agen- 
cies. Each institution must assume responsibilities for assess- 
ing its own environment. Critical to this assessment is the 
identification of "satisfiers" and "dissatisfiers" reported by 
staff nurses. Only by identifying and prioritizing these re- 
sponses by staff can an institution plan to effectively alleviate 
its own nursing shortage. 

Given the history of the shortage and the growing demand 
for nurses in all settings, this problem will not go away by 
itself. Creative strategies involving nurses, doctors and ad- 
ministrators working together are needed if we are to address 
the multiple issues of the nursing shortage. □ 



References 

1 The Nursing Crisis: Short-term Strategies, Long-term Solu- 
tions. Atlanta: Hay Management Consultants, 1989. 

2 McKibbin RC, Boston C. An overview: characteristics, 
impact and solutions. In: The nursing shortage: opportuni- 
ties and solutions. Chicago, IL: American Organization of 
Nurse Executives, American Nurses Association, 1990. 

3 Stein LI, Watts DT, Howell T. The doctor-nurse game 
revisited. N Eng J Med 1990;322:546-9. 

4 Western N.C. Task Force. Western North Carolina Task 
Force on Nursing Manpower. Asheville, NC: Mountain 
Area Health Education Center, 1989. 



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Mental Illness 



Mind and Body 



Mental illness is a global term used to describe conditions that 
cause people to have unusual or negative changes in their 
behaviors or moods. These changes may be mild (sleepless- 
ness, loss of appetite, irritability, etc.) or they may be severe 
causing a complete breakdown in people's ability to function 
in their daily lives. Generally mental illnesses are separated 
into three groups or syndromes: 1) mood disorders that affect 
people's emotional state causing them to be clinically de- 
pressed or experience exaggerated euphoria (highs); 2) per- 
sonality disorders that affect people ' s ability to relate to other 
people or the everyday world; and 3) schizophrenic disorders 
that cause people to actually lose touch with reality. 

What causes people to become mentally ill has been 
researched and debated for hundreds of years. It is generally 
agreed that there are various factors that alone or in combina- 
tion can cause people to suffer from mental problems . Hered- 
ity, developmental experiences at an early age such as the loss 
of a parent, intense grief reactions to an event and stress 
associated with a physical illness all have been shown to play 
a part in causing mental illness. Every person has a unique 



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pattern of genetic, devel- 
opmental, environmental 
and physiological ele- 
ments that combine to 
allow or defend against 
various mental maladies. 
The most commonly 
seen and treated mental 
illnesses are those cat- 
egorized as mood or af- 
fective disorders. These 
conditions can and do 

have a devastating effect on the lives of those who suffer from 
them. The following information describes the major features 
of mood disorders and how they are treated. 



Mood disorders 

Disorders of mood (often called affective disorders) include 
depressed emotional states— such as sadness, demoralization, 
disappointment and grief — and a few states of extreme eu- 
phoria. To understand mood disorders a distinction needs to 
be made between the terms mood and feelings. Moods are 
long-lasting; feelings in comparison are short-lived. The 



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importance of mood is that it regulates how we will act or 
react to our world. Mood sets the tone for our lives. It tends 
to be very stable. Feelings either reinforce or counteract the 
current mood a person may be in. 

Most people's moods vary between moderately subdued 
(down) and moderately euphoric (up). When this balance is 
upset and people become too down or too up they then are 
experiencing a mood disorder. Depression and mania repre- 
sent the two extremes that can happen when this occurs. 



Depression 

Depression is something that we all experience at various 
times in our lives. The death of a loved one, loss of a job or 
a marriage breaking up are life events that can make us feel 
"sad" or "blue." This type of depression is normal, usually 
short-lived, needs little or no treatment and affected people 
tend to continue their lives with only mild disruption. On the 
other hand a major or clinical depression is a serious disorder 
that causes significant disruptions in people's lives and 
requires interventions (treatments) to resolve the problem. 
The causes of depression are many and varied. As with 
other forms of mental illness, depression is generally caused 
by a combination of things. Risk factors for depression 
include: genetics — studies done with identical twins have 
shown that if one twin suffers from depression, there is a 50 
to 90 percent chance that the other twin will develop the 
illness. With fraternal twins, who share only half then- 
genetic material, the likelihood of depression is 10 to 15 
percent for a twin to develop depression if the other twin is 
affected; early losses — people who experience the loss of a 
parent, for example, may 
be predisposed to de- 
velop depression 
later in life; 





neuronal causes — actual injury to, or malfunction of, the 
brain that occurs with diseases like Huntington's or 
Parkinson's can cause depression as well as strokes; endo- 
crinologic causes — malfunctions in the body's network of 
glands such as too little thyroid hormone 
being released (hypothyroidism) or too 
much of the hormone Cortisol (Cushing's 
disease); and pharmacological causes — 
chemical imbalances in the brain also can 
lead to depression. 



Symptoms of depression 

Low mood 

• Withdrawal: People suffering from depression may lose 
interest in activities that once gave them pleasure and 
may participate less in social interactions. 

• Negativism: People who are usually tolerant of many 
different viewpoints may become very skeptical when 
depressed. 

• Unhappiness: Depressed people may experience persis- 
tent sadness or frequent crying. 

Low self -attitude 

• Self-deprecating, guilty or self-blaming comments: De- 
pressed people may put themselves down or accept 
blame for problems that do not exist or are clearly not 
their fault. 

• Expressions of hopelessness: In depression, people may 
experience unusually persistent pessimism and may ex- 
press despair in suicidal statements or acts. 

Decreased activity and energy 

• Decreased attentiveness to oneself or to one's tasks: 
Depressed people may neglect their appearance and let 
assignments at school, housework or projects at work 
slide. 

• Decreased energy: Depressed people complain of fa- 
tigue and lack of energy or motivation. 

• Decreased ability to concentrate: Depression often makes 
it difficult for people to think through problems. 

• Excessive indecisiveness: Depressed people may vacil- 
late between choices to an unusual degree and may defer 
decision making to others. 

Additional symptoms 

• Change in weight or in eating patterns: Decreased 
appetite leading to weight loss is a common symptom of 
depression. In some depressed people, however, there 
can be an increase in appetite and subsequent weight 
gain. 

• Change in sleep patterns: Characteristically, people 
suffering from depression also suffer from interrupted 
sleep, but some depressed people sleep excessively and 
find waking difficult. 



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• Change in sexual interest and activity: Generally, sexual 
interest and performance are decreased in depressed 
people. 

There are many different types of treatment for depres- 
sion. Many of these are aimed direcdy at the suspected causes 
of the depression while others are more general but helpful. 
Antidepressant medication has become the cornerstone of 
treatment for major depression and to a lesser extent with 
mild depression. Before prescribing medication a physician 
will do a complete assessment of the person suffering from 
depression. This assessment involves: a history of the 
complaints, a physical examination, past history of depres- 
sion and response to earlier treatments, family history of 
depression, an assessment of the severity of depression and 
risk of suicide. 

Psychotherapy is always an appropriate treatment for 
depression. There are various types ranging from supportive 
to those with the more ambitious goals of effectively allevi- 
ating the symptoms of depression, uncovering psychological 
causes of depression and helping people gain insight into the 
causes of theirproblem. Psychotherapies are most helpful for 
mild depressions. They have less impact on severe depres- 
sions but can be helpful in improving relationships, thinking 
patterns or behaviors that may have led to the development of 
the condition. 

Manic states 

Manic states or mania is a mood disorder in which people 
have too much energy or are too euphoric (up). This "up" 
experience is accompanied by extreme happiness or irritabil- 
ity and can result in people engaging in irrational and danger- 
ous activities. Those suffering from mania often have an 
unrealistic sense of self-importance, self-confidence, and 
mental speed and accuracy. It is estimated that as many as 
half of the people who experience clinical depressions also 
have episodes of manic behavior or mania. Often these 
people will move back and forth between the two moods. 

States of mania vary in their severity. In its mildest form 
(hypomania) people's ability to perform tasks that call for 
high energy and require little attention to detail may be 
enhanced. When severe, however, mania can affect people' s 
judgment and often leads to disability and hospitalization. 

People suffering from mania may attempt the impossible 
without sufficient regard for the consequences. Some indi- 
viduals have had delusions that they could fly and have 
suffered injuries and even died attempting to fly. Others may 
risk their financial security by making exorbitant purchases 
or giving money away to strangers. 

As with depression the treatments for 
mania can take many different approaches. 
Medications such as lithium have proven to 
be very effective in treating manic states. 
Psychotherapy also can be helpful in provid- 
ing support and in some cases insight to the 
underlying cause or causes of the problem. 




Symptoms of mania 

Elevated or high moods 

• Excessive cheerfulness: Manic people may be unusually 
elated. 

• Irritability: People with mania may become irritable 
even over small matters, especially when one attempts to 
"reason" with them. 

• Anger beyond irritability: When suffering from mania, 
people may develop a haughty or superior stance that is 
not usual for them. 

Increased self-attitude 

• Expressions and acts of unusual optimism: People 
suffering from mania may exhibit poor judgment. For 
example, a normally conservative person may all of a 
sudden undertake foolish or risky business ventures or 
engage in sexual indiscretions. 

Increased activity and energy 

• Increased energy: They may appear tireless in the face of 
physical and mental efforts that would greatly tax unaf- 
fected people. 

• Increased activity: The increased energy of mania often 
translates to a host of new projects at work or a seemingly 
insatiable desire to socialize. 

• Excessive talking: People with mania may seem to talk 
endlessly, sometimes jumping haphazardly from idea to 
idea. 

Additional symptoms 

• Change in eating patterns: Manic people may have a 
huge appetite or may be too busy to eat. 

• Change in sleep patterns: When suffering from mania, 
people feel less need for sleep, so sleep is usually de- 
creased. 

• Change in sexual interest: Sexual interest is often in- 
creased in manic people. 



Summary 

Mood disorders affect more people than any other mental 
illness. Approximately 1 percent of the people in the United 
States will experience an episode of major depression at some 
time in their lives. Around 2 percent of the nation's adoles- 
cents and adults suffer from mood disorders today. No one 
is immune. Major depression and manic-depressive illnesses 
are common in men, women, adolescents and children. 

There have been great advances in the treatment of these 
conditions over the past 25 years. New medications have 
proven to be very effective in helping correct the imbalances 
in mood brought on by these illnesses. Psychiatrists, who are 
the physicians educated and trained to treat mental problems, 
have many more tools available to them. Medical schools 
today spend considerable time educating their students about 



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mental illness, its relationship to other physical illness and its 
diagnosis and treatment. 

The most important fact for people suffering or encoun- 
tering mental illness is its treatability. While some mental 
ailments may be more difficult to diagnose than others, and 
the best, most appropriate therapy may take time to discover, 
it is essential to take the first step to recovery early: seek 
appropriate professional help. 



References 

DePaulo JR Jr, Ablow KR. How to Cope with Depression. 
New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 1989. 

Greist JH, Jefferson JW. Depression and Its Treatment: 
Help for the Nation' s #1 Mental Problem. Washington, DC: 
American Psychiatric Press, Inc, 1989. 

WenderPH, Klein DF. Mind, Mood & Medicine. New York, 
NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc, 1981. q 



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INCLUDE ANAPHYLAXIS. 

Administer cautiously to allergic patients. 

Pseudomembranous colitis has been reported with 
virtually all broad-spectrum antibiotics. It must be con- 
sidered In differential diagnosis of antibiotic-associated 
diarrhea. Colon flora is altered by broad-spectrum 
antibiotic treatment possibly resulting in antibiotic- 
associated colitis. 
PreeauthMs: 

• Discontinue Cecior in the evem of allergic reactions to it. 

• Prolonged use may result in overgrowth of non- 
susoeptibie. organisms. 

• Positive direct Coombs' tests have been reported 
during treatment with cepttalosaorms. 

• Cecior should be idministered with caution in the 
presence of markedly nrjaired renal function. Although 
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impairment are usually iiot required, careful clinical 
observation and laboratory studies should be made. 

• Broad-spectrum antibiotics should be prescribed with 
caution in individuals with a history of gastrointestinal 
disease, particularly colitis. 

• Safety and effectiveness have not been determined in 
pregnancy, lactation, and infants less than one month 
old. Cecior penetrates mother's milk. Exercise caution 
m prescribing for these patients. 



Adverse Reactions: (percentage ol patients) 

Therapy-related adverse reactions are uncommon. 
Those reported include: 

• Hypersensitivity reactions have been reported in about 
1,5% of patients and include morbilliform eruptions 
(1 in 100). Pruritus, urticaria, and positive Coombs' 
tests each occur in less than 1 in 200 patients. Cases 
of sersm-sickness-ltke reactions have been reported 
with the use of Cecior. These are characterized by 
findings of erythema multiforme, rashes, and other skin 
manifestations accompanied by arthritis/arthralgia, with 
or without fever, and differ from classic serum sickness 
in that there is infrequently associated lymphadenopathy 
and proteinuria, no circulating immune complexes, and 
no evidence to date of sequelae of the reaction. While 
further investigation is ongoing, seraa-sickness-tike 
reactions appear to be due to hypersensitivity and more 
often occur during or following a second (or subsequent) 
course of therapy with Cecior. Such reactions have been 
reported more frequently in children than in adults with 
an overall occurrence ranging from 1 in 200 (0.5%) in 
one focused trial to 2 in 8,346 (0.024%) in overall 
clinical trials (with an incidence in children in clinical 
trials of 0.055%) to 1 in 38,000 (0.003%) in spon- 
taneous event reports. Signs and symptoms usually 
occur a few days after initiation of therapy and subside 
within a tew days after cessation of therapy: occasion- 
ally these reactions have resulted in hospitalization, 
usually of short duration (median hospitalization = two 
to three days, based on postmarketing surveillance 
studies). In those requiring hospitalization, the symp- 
toms have ranged from mild to severe at the time of 
admission with more of the severe reactions occurring 
in children. Antihistamines and glucocorticoids appear 
to enhance resolution of the signs and symptoms. No 
serious sequelae have been reported. 

• Stevens-Johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis. 



and anaphylaxis have been reported rarely. Anaphylaxis 
may be more common in patients with a history of 
penicillin allergy. 

• Gastrointestinal (mostly diarrhea): 2.5% 

■ Symptoms of pseudomembranous colitis may appear 
either during or after antibiotic treatment. 

• As with some penicillins and some other cephalo- 
sporins, transient hepatitis and cholestatic jaundice 
have been reported rarely. 

• Rarely, reversible hyperactivity, nervousness, insomnia, 
confusion, hypertonia, dizziness, and somnolence have 
been reported. 

• Other: eosinophilia, 2%; genital pruritus or vaginitis, 
less than 1% and, rarely, thrornbocytopenia and reversible 
interstitial nephritis. 

Abnormalities in laboratory results of uncertain etiolo gy. 

• Slight elevations in hepatic enzymes. 
•Transient lymphocytosis, leukopenia, and, rarely, 
hemolytic anemia and reversible neutropenia. 

• Rare reports of increased prothrombin time with or 
without clinical bleeding in patients receiving Cecior 
and Coumadin concomitantly. 

• Abnormal urinalysis; elevations in BUN or serom 
creatinine. 

• Positive direct Coombs' test. 

• False-positive tests for urinary glucose with Benedict's 
or Fehling's solution and Clinitest' tablets but not with 
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Banks Anderson, M.D. 



The dedication on October 12, 1990 of the new addition to the 
Duke Eye Center, representing a 50% expansion of our 
ophthalmic research laboratories, is an occasion to reflect 
upon the contributions of ophthalmic research to general 
medicine. A recent striking example is the contribution of 
retinoblastoma research to our thinking about the general 
problem of cancer. 

Retinoblastoma is the most common primary intraocular 
malignancy of children. For many years it has been known that 
individuals surviving bilateral retinoblastomas have an ap- 
proximately 50% chance of having children with this malig- 
nancy. In addition, bilateral survivors themselves have a high 
incidence of osteogenic sarcoma and other second malignan- 
cies that develop during young adult life. We have taught for 
years that retinoblastoma was an example of a dominantly 
inherited oncogene which was passed along to descendants. 
We implied that the otherwise stable retinal cells were stimu- 
lated to endlessly divide by the presence of an abnormal 
cancer causing gene. 

Very recently this teaching has been turned topsy-turvy 
by new research findings which have implications ranging far 
beyond the eye. It turns out that it is not the presence of a new 
gene that causes retinoblastoma but the absence of a normal 
gene. What is passed along to descendants is a chromosome 
lacking the normal gene that suppresses retinal cell growth 
and which also seems to have a suppressor effect on the 
growth of other cell types. The problem is not one of addition 
but of deletion, not one of genetic dominance but of a reces- 
sive condition, not one of a single event but of two hits. One 
copy of the normal gene in any retinal cell is apparently 
sufficient to prevent cancerous cell growth. The high inci- 
dence of retinoblastoma in survivor descendants is the result 
of a "second hit" in which the only remaining normal gene 
copy is lost from a cell or cells. The chances that such an error 
will occur during the many divisions of the many retinal cells 



is so great that most of the infants in whom all retinal cells start 
out missing one copy eventually develop the cancer from this 
second "hit." A few unfortunate children who start out with 
two normal genes in all of their retinal cells will during 
development eliminate both copies from a viable cell. These 
children then develop retinoblastoma in one spot in one eye 
and do not pass deficient chromosomes to their children. 

What are the implications? In the broadest sense, cancer 
can be thought of as the natural undifferentiated state of our 
cells to which a biological entropy seeks to return them. Given 
the proper nutrients, primitive cells replicate endlessly and are 
"cancers." We are all collections of cancers waiting to happen. 
Our higher cell specialization is not that our cells grow, but 
that they stop growing. Genetic additions provide this control 
and it is genetic loss that returns a tissue to the more basic 
cancer state. But functional loss is a two-step process, for there 
are usually two normal copies of a given gene. Both must go 
before the function at the locus is lost Familial retinoblastoma 
seems then to be the result of transmission of a chromosome 
13 which lacks the rbl locus in the ql4 band. This misfortune 
is followed by a second event in which the remaining normal 
gene copy is lost or becomes functionless and the cells revert 
to endless growth and retinoblastoma results. Familial retino- 
blastomas arise in multifocal spots in both right and left retinas 
and even occasionally in the third eye, also known as the 
pineal. Patients with bilateral retinoblastoma and pinealoma 
are sometimes said to have trilateral retinoblastoma. 

The normal gene on chromosome 13 in the ql4 band (rb 
1 locus), which when absent allows retinal cells to divide 
endlessly unul their nutrients are exhausted, is the first reces- 
sive human cancer-preventing gene ever isolated and se- 
quenced. 12 Retinoblastoma has become a model for other 
cancers and tumors resulting from loss of genetic function. 
This group now seems to include: osteosarcoma, Wilms 
tumor, bladder cell carcinoma, rhabdomyosarcoma, hepatob- 
lastoma, meningioma, acoustic neuroma, and uveal mela- 
noma, with the list growing longer each month. 3 



From the Duke University Eye Center, Box 3802, Durham 27710. 



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The Duke Eye Center 



Think of the enormous therapeutic implications of these 
findings. If the normal gene or its product can be introduced, 
abnormal cell growth — cancer — may be controlled or pre- 
vented. 

Decades of study of retinoblastoma have led to a revolu- 
tion in cancer thought. The topsy-turvy turnabout has changed 
what we thought was a dominantly inherited cancer into a 
recessive one, an oncogene into a normal growth controlling 
gene, a single cancer-causing event into a two-step process. 
There is now considerable hope of changing the therapy of at 
least some cancers from destruction and poisoning of cells to 
prevention and normalizing of cells. 

Are you missing a copy of a normal growth suppressor 
gene? Are you safe from the second hit that will cause your 
cancer? We are already trying to answer such questions for 
children of retinoblastoma survivors. 

Research done carefully and in depth in any area of 
medicine, including ophthalmology, may have benefits ex- 
tending far beyond the initial area of interest. Research univer- 
sities are a unique national resource. As one of the smaller 
programs of the Duke University Medical Center, with four 
full-time research faculty and their supporting staff, the Duke 



Eye Center carries on an active research program. Let us hope 
that just as research on retinoblastoma has illuminated prob- 
lems far beyond the retina, so the work in this new addition 
will extend our quality of life and comfort. With the dedication 
of these new facilities and with a staff dedicated to ophthalmic 
research, the potential is there. □ 



References 

1 Lee WH, Bookstein R, Hong F, et al. Human retinoblastoma 
susceptibility gene: cloning, identification, and sequence. 
Science 1987;235:1394-9. 

2 Fung YKT, Murphree Al, T'Ang A, et al. Structural evi- 
dence for the authenticity of the human retinoblastoma gene. 
Science 1987;236:1657-61. 

3 Albert DM. Recent studies of the retinoblastoma gene. Arch 
Ophthal 1988;106:181-2. 



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MODERN MEDICINE 



The Optimum Use of Laboratory 
Tests in the Surgical Patient 

Robert Rutledge, M.D., Colin G. Thomas, Jr., M.D., Farid F. Muakkassa, M.D., Alfred R. Hansen, M.D. 



Advances in medicine have been associated with an increas- 
ing sophistication — and cost — of laboratory tests. A test per- 
formed pre- or postoperatively should be based on the need to 
answer a specific question identified by a careful history and 
physical examination. Routine tests unrelated to history and 
examination are rarely helpful. In this paper, special attention 
is given to laboratory tests in the intensive care unit (ICU). 
Because the ICU is one of the major consumers of hospital 
resources, improvements in the use of laboratory tests in the 
ICU has a potential for large savings. 

The first recorded history of surgical patients dates to the 
Smith Papyrus about 3,000 B.C. 1 There were no laboratory 
tests. Diagnosis and management were contingent upon the 
history and examination of the patient. Diseases were simply 
categorized: (1) An ailment which I will treat — anticipating 
the patient to recover; (2) An ailment with which I will 
contend — being uncertain as to the outcome; and (3) An 
ailment not to be treated — expecting the patient not to recover. 

During the ensuing 5,000 years, the physician has recog- 
nized the need to improve his or her diagnostic skills and 
assessment of prognosis. In addition to having a better under- 
standing of the pathophysiology of disease, a variety of tests 
have been developed to complement clinical skills. Initially, 
these were simple, i.e., recording the characteristics of the 
pulse, examining the urine, vomitus and feces. Measurement 
of body temperature was not accurately recorded until the time 
of Seguin — 1871.2 As recently as the 1930s, the only tests 
routinely procured on the admission of a patient to a hospital 
were a complete blood count, blood sugar, blood urea, uri- 
nalysis, and test for syphilis. Through the gradual emergence 
of modern technology, laboratory tests have become much 
more sophisticated and we now have the ability to assess 
extracellular electrolytes and other hematologic, metabolic 



From the Department of Surgery, University of North Carolina 
School of Medicine, and the University of North Carolina Hospitals, 
Chapel Hill, NC 27599. 



and immunological indicators of disease. Laboratory evalu- 
ations are valuable in many diagnostic situations and indis- 
pensable in others, but it should be emphasized that laboratory 
testing is an adjunct to a detailed history and physical exami- 
nation — precepts first enunciated in the Egyptian papyrus. 
These sound principles apply to the patient on an initial visit, 
when hospitalized, and in the pre- and postoperative periods. 
Laboratory tests are clearly valuable in the care of pa- 
tients. Unfortunately, inherent in every test are many often 
unrecognized disadvantages. Blood tests, almost completely 
safe, create a problem of excessive use by their ready availa- 
bility. Because of the value of various blood tests, it may be 
tempting to ignore the excessive costs and utilization of 
certain laboratory tests. But this approach applied in the 
emergency department, the clinic, pre- and postoperatively, 
and in the intensive care unit can waste huge amounts of health 
care resources. This is money that the American health care 
system can ill afford to loose. This makes it incumbent upon 
the physician to clearly understand the need for a laboratory 
test in each clinical situation and to use these judiciously. This 
paper examines some of the current laboratory tests used in the 
surgical patient and recommends an approach employing 
modern technology that should optimize the use of our labo- 
ratory facilities. 



Routine Laboratory Testing 

Should any laboratory examinations be routine? Some have 
suggested a number of "routine" tests be performed as part of 
the preoperative patient evaluation of all hospitalized pa- 
tients, e.g., complete blood count, urinalysis, and in selected 
patients, electrocardiogram, chest x-ray, and an electrolyte 
panel. The justification for these "routine" tests is a combina- 
tion of their low risk, common abnormality and relatively low 
expense. In fact, all of these assumptions are questionable. 
Further laboratory testing should be based upon a knowledge 
of the application of the particular test to a specific problem 



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and the sensitivity, specificity, and predictability of the labo- 
ratory examination. 

The cost effectiveness of such tests must also be consid- 
ered. This requires a thorough understanding of the test and 
the medical advances that make some tests outmoded. For 
example, some patients are still undergoing radioactive iodine 
uptake test for the evaluation of a thyroid nodule. This is a 
misuse of such a test. 3 



Preoperative Evaluation 

The surgeon's use of laboratory tests is comparable to that of 
physicians in other disciplines for the detection/exclusion, 
diagnosis, monitoring and follow-up of disease. An important 
component of laboratory evaluation for surgeons is the preop- 
erative assessment of risk factors that may affect operative 
morbidity and mortality. When an otherwise healthy patient is 
involved, laboratory tests can be minimized except where 
guided by findings identified by the history and physical 
examination. Tests that are often performed as a part of 
preoperative "screening" include: complete blood count, uri- 
nalysis, typing and screening of blood for potential cross 
matching, and serum electrolytes (SMAg). 

It has been repeatedly emphasized that a careful history 
and physical examination will usually identify organ systems 
that may require further diagnostic studies. This has been 
shown to be true for the coagulation systems, blood glucose 
and liver function. Special laboratory studies are requisite in 
the appraisal of certain specific conditions such as jaundice, 
fluid and electrolyte abnormalities in patients who have diar- 
rhea or vomiting, the appraisal of diabetes, and bleeding 
disorders. Further tests are advised in patients with comorbid 
states such as cirrhosis (liver function tests), chronic obstruc- 
tive pulmonary disease (pulmonary function studies). Ad- 
junctive tests such as an electrocardiogram and chest x-ray 
should be used on a more selective basis for patients who are 
asymptomatic but over 40 years of age. These studies are 
designed to identify occult disease and also to serve as a 
baseline for patients undergoing operative procedures of 
greater risk with higher complication rates, e.g., abdominop- 
erineal resection, colectomy, partial gastrectomy. 

Kaplan analyzed tests performed on a surgical service in 
preoperative patients. 4 These included the following: prothrom- 
bin time, partial prothrombin time, platelet count, complete 
blood count, differential cell count, automated multiple electro- 
lyte and enzyme analysis, and glucose. According to accepted 
and established criteria for such tests, approximately 60% 
were performed without indication. This varied from 90% of 
the patients having a platelet count to 35% of patients having 
an automated multiple analysis. Of further interest was that in 
from 0.2% through 0.4% there were unexpected abnormali- 
ties not relevant to patient care. These, in general, were 
ignored by the physician and apparently had no ill effect on the 
patient's course. Kaplan concluded that: (1) a large portion of 



preoperative testing can be eliminated without significant 
adverse medical consequences; and (2) preoperative testing 
should be performed only for specific medical indications. 

With advancing age, and longer and more complex op- 
erative procedures, not only must organ systems be evaluated, 
but baseline data are requisite to monitor changes that might 
occur in the postoperative period. Comorbid conditions on a 
surgical service in 26 patients over 50 years of age undergoing 
treatment of breast cancer during 1988 included a spectrum of 
diagnoses: e.g., hypertension, angina pectoris, diabetes, uri- 
nary tract infection, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, 
aortic valvular disorder, congestive heart failure, diabetic 
neuropathy, cardiac dysrhythmia, hypothyroidism, ischemic 
heart disease, etc. These data, although limited, illustrate the 
complexity of problems in many of our hospitalized patients. 
The comorbid conditions varied from to 8 with a mean of 2.9 
and a median of 3.0. In patients under 50 years of age, the mean 
of comorbid conditions was 0.5. Thus, the laboratory tests 
need to be individualized depending on the patient, but again 
should be guided by the history and physical examination. 
Rigid guidelines cannot substitute for clear thinking. 



Anesthetic Considerations 

In addition to evaluation of the patient by the surgeon, the 
anesthesiologist will appraise the patient's operative risk and 
choice of anesthetic techniques. The American Society of 
Anesthesiologists approved the following statement on rou- 
tine preoperative laboratory and diagnostic screening, Octo- 
ber 14, 1987: 6 

"Preanesthetic laboratory and diagnostic testing is often 
essential; however, no routine laboratory or diagnostic 
screening test is necessary in the preanesthetic evalu- 
ation of patients. (Routine refers to a policy of perform- 
ing a test or tests without regard to clinical indications 
in an individual patient. Screen means efforts to detect 
disease in unselected populations of asymptomatic 
patients.) Appropriate indications for ordering tests 
include the identification of specific clinical indications 
or risk factors (e.g., age, pre-existing disease, magni- 
tude of the surgical procedure). Anesthesiologists, 
anesthesiology departments, or health care facilities 
should develop appropriate guidelines for preanesthetic 
screening tests in selected populations (e.g. , ECG in the 
adult patient with diabetes mellitus) after considering 
the probable contribution of each test to patient out- 
come. Individual anesthesiologists should order test(s) 
when, in their judgment, the results may influence 
decisions regarding risks and management of the anes- 
thetic agent(s) and surgery." 

As others have concluded, "routine" preoperative laboratory 
testing is of minimal value and significant expense. 



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Postoperative Evaluation 

The need for tests in the postoperative period will reflect the 
metabolic changes secondary to the disease and the surgical 
procedure. In the healthy patient who has undergone a "mi- 
nor" procedure, no other laboratory tests should be necessary 
in the postoperative period. In the hospitalized patient, it has, 
unfortunately, become routine to obtain a daily blood count 
and electrolytes regardless of the patient's status. This is well 
illustrated on rounds in which the students and house staff are 
expected not only to give a brief summary of the patient's 
status but also to enunciate the laboratory studies of the day. 
Fever is another clinical situation that often leads to a 
"Pavlovian" response in terms of obtaining a battery of 
laboratory tests. While fever may constitute an indication for 
laboratory investigation such as a blood culture, urinalysis, 
CBC, chest x-ray, and culture of any drainage site, an exten- 
sive body of literature shows these tests to be wasteful unless 
directed by findings obtained from a careful clinical assess- 
ment. 5 



Laboratory Tests in the 
Emergency Department 

Intelligent use of the laboratory in the emergency department 
is complicated by the need to make decisions rapidly. Two 
entire volumes of Emergency Medicine Clinics of North 



America 1 * are dedicated to the use of the clinical laboratory in 
the emergency department, indicating the importance of labo- 
ratory tests in clinical practice. Laboratory tests in the emer- 
gency department tend to be ordered as fairly broad batteries, 
rather than in a strictly logical progression. The one- to two- 
hour turnaround time for many of the tests would prevent 
efficient patient flow if they were to be done serially as 
dictated by the results of previous studies. Our monitoring 
data indicate that nearly 40% of the patients seen in an 
academic emergency department get at least a complete blood 
count, a like number have some form of serum chemistries 
ordered, 30% get a urinalysis, and nearly 25% have chest x- 
rays. More than 10% have arterial blood gases drawn, and 
more than 5% have x-rays of the abdomen. 9 

The high proportion of patients having laboratory studies 
as part of their assessment may reflect the tendency of less 
experienced physicians to supplement their clinical judgment 
with "hard data." To assist the emergency department physi- 
cian in rapid and appropriate assessment of the emergency 
department patient, laboratory testing is obtained based on the 
presenting syndrome and the likelihood of the diagnosis, 
being more specific when there is a necessity to exclude a 
more dire, albeit less likely, diagnosis' (see table 1). 

This approach, although imperfect, provides a guideline 
for management. It assists the physician in thinking in terms 
of the diagnostic possibilities, with directed laboratory studies 
rather than a broad battery of tests (the "shotgun" approach). 
Again, the history and physical examination of the patient are 
keys to directed laboratory utilization. 



Table I 

A decision matrix tor abdominal pain: an example of laboratory use in the emergency department 



Complaint/Syndrome 



Laboratory Test 



1 . Abdominal pain in a young healthy male 

2. Symptoms of a urinary tract infection 

3. Patient is female (with above symptoms) 

4. Patient has protracted vomiting/diarrhea 

5. Patient with history of diabetes 

6. Pain suggests biliary tract disease, pancreatitis 

7. Patient has renal failure, previous history of 
malignancy, alcohol abuse or presents with 
obtunded mental state 

8. DDx: includes renal colic 

9. DDx: includes bowel obstruction 

10. DDx: includes acute cholecystitis, esp. in 
diabetic, or febrile patient 

1 1 . Patient is elderly, with prior history of cardiac 
disease, or symptoms compatible with angina 

12. History suggests colonic obstruction 

13. Presentation suggests gynecologic etiology, 
e.g., ectopic pregnancy 



Complete blood count 

Urinalysis, consider culture and antibiotic sensitivity 

Add urinary chorionic gonadotrophin for pregnancy 

Add SMA C 

Add glucose 

Add liver enzymes, bilirubin, amylase 



Add calcium, magnesium, phosphorus 

Roentgenogram (supine) of abdomen, intravenous pyelogram 

Roentgenogram of abdomen (supine, upright), chest 

Ultrasound of gallbladder, hepatobiliary scan 



ECG, chest roentgenogram 
Consider emergent barium enema 

Pelvic ultrasound 



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Laboratory Costs in the 
Intensive Care Unit 

In evaluating the cost effectiveness of laboratory procedures 
in providing exemplary patient care, special attention should 
be given the ICU. The ICU is usually the greatest consumer of 
hospital resources, and optimum use of laboratory tests in that 
setting should have a major impact on overall laboratory utili- 
zation. Ata national level, approximately 13% of all hospital 
beds are ICU beds. This small subgroup consumes approxi- 
mately 50% of the hospital's resources. 10 Further, reimburse- 
ment for the care of patients in these beds for the most part is 
at the same rate as for patients who are not so severely ill. 
About40% of all health care expenditures are related to hosp- 
ital services, of which 10% to 15% ($17 to $25 billion— 1985 
data) are estimated to be expended on critical care services. 1112 
The University of North Carolina Hospitals contain 488 
acute care beds, 87 intensive care beds and 29 bassinets. The 
overall occupancy rate approximates 87%. The intensive care 
beds constitute 15% of the pediatric and adult beds. A signifi- 
cant portion of charges in the ICU are related to laboratory 
procedures. For example, the charges for laboratory proce- 
dures in seven beds of the surgical ICU for one week of 
November, 1988, and January, 1989, are listed below. Note 
the comparative charges for 32 acute care beds for the same 
period ("( )" = STAT charges). There are similar differences 
on the medical service. 



November 



January '89 



Surgical ICU (7 beds) 
Surgical Non Acute Care 

(32 beds) 
Medical ICU (5 beds) 
Medical Non Acute Care 

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$20,318 (53,270) $35,395(54,860) 
510,510(532) 5 8,937 (S3 10) 

523,572(52,010) 520,922(52,380) 
512,969 (5430) 512,21 1 (5540) 



In the surgical ICU during a two-month period, STAT 
requests constituted 14.6% of the overall charges. This was 
comparable to the medical ICU (10%) and differs signifi- 
cantly from such requests on an in-patient surgical service 
where "STAT" requests constitute approximately 1.7% of 
overall laboratory charges. 

Data from an ICU database, 13 which are continuously 
monitored, provide important information regarding labora- 
tory resource utilization. As an example, the charge for a 
blood gas analysis, with an additional $10 charge for a 
"STAT" request, was studied. Arterial blood gases (ABG) are 
the tests most commonly ordered in our ICU with an average 
of 813 per month (figure 1). Multivariate statistical analysis 
showed that severity of illness, Pa0 2 , PC0 2 , and the use of a 
ventilator all were associated with ABG utilization. However, 
multivariate analysis demonstrated the mere presence of an 
arterial line was the most important determinant of ABGs 
drawn per patient (P<0.00001). This was independent of all 
other measures of the patient's clinical status (figures 2 and 3). 




^M # of ABG's ^B § of CBC's HD # of Lytes 

Figure 1 . Intensive care unit laboratory utilization. The number 
of Arterial blood gases, CBCs and electrolytes obtained in the 
surgical intensive care unit at the University of North Carolina 
Hospitals from 1 1 -1 -88 to 1 -1 -89. The most commonly ordered 
was the Arterial blood gas. 



Average No. of ABG's ^H No A-Line \ ; With A-Line 




<3 3-6 6-9 9-12 12-15 15-18 18-21 >21 

Average APACHE-II Score 

Figure 2. The number of Arterial blood gases and APACHE II 
scores. The number of Arterial blood gases drawn was more 
contingent upon the presence of an arterial line than upon the 
APACHE II score. 

■1 No A-line EZD With A-line 



Vent * Oximetry 



Vent - Oximetry 



No Vent • Oximetry 



No Vent - Oximetry 




Figure 3. Number of Arterial blood gases and presence of 
ventilator or pulse oximeter. Patients who had arterial lines had 
more Arterial blood gases drawn whether or not they were 
ventilated and whether or not they were monitored by a pulse 
oximeter. 



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This suggests that ABGs are being drawn excessively simply 
because of the presence of an arterial line. Therefore, to 
optimize the number of ABGs drawn, it was recommended 
that (A) A policy for specific indication for placement of 
arterial lines and drawing ABGs be adopted; and (B) In- 
service education on the use of pulse oximeters be given to 
nurses and physicians to optimize the use of ABG analyses. 

By reducing ABG utilization by 25%, monthly charges 
could be decreased by $7,000 or $84,000 per year in surgical 
ICU alone. If adopted in all intensive care units, substantial 
savings could be realized. Note that arterial blood gas analysis 
is the most expensive laboratory test. Nationwide charges 
vary from $50 to $150 per test. 8 Similar evaluations may be 
made for overall number of laboratory studies — CBCs, electro- 
lytes, etc. Further, such an approach may also help evaluate 
other procedures, each of which is associated with a certain 
risk and cost, such as the placement of arterial lines, the use of 
the ventilator, and Swan-Ganz catheters. The presence of 
these lines will, in turn, be an indication for monitoring by 
various laboratory tests. 

Concurrent monitoring systems that provide continuous 
information on laboratory utilization have been too expensive 
in the past to be cost-effective. Now, with localization of high- 
cost areas in the hospital, such as the ICU, and with the 
improvement in computer technology, such systems have 
been demonstrated to be useful in monitoring laboratory 
utilization. Large cost savings can be realized through moni- 
toring techniques, institution of protocols, and other measures 
to provide continuous feedback on the utilization of hospital 
resources. As medicine has progressed, it has steadily im- 
proved its use of available diagnostic tools. Continued devel- 
opment of capabilities to monitor laboratory utilization will 
improve our use of these tests, leading to significant cost 
savings without compromising patient care. Unfortunately, 
studies have documented and continue to show that such 
careful attention is not always maintained, and waste occurs. 
To decrease waste of health care resources, educational pro- 
grams must be continuous. Studies have shown that changes 
in behavior induced by ad hoc educational programs will not 
be long lasting. 14 □ 



References 

1 Breasted JH. The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus. Chicago: 
Univ. of Chicago Press, 1930. 

2 Seguin E. A medical thermometer. Med Rec 1871;1:37- 
42. 

3 Kief C, Arem R. Radionuclide thyroid studies: analysis of 
use and correlation with physical findings. So Med J 
1989:82:201-5. 

4 Kaplan EB, Sheiner LB, Boeckmann AJ, et al. The useful- 
ness of pre-operative laboratory screening. JAMA 
1985;253:3576-81. 

5 Galicieri C, Richet H. A prospective study of preoperative 
fever in a general surgical department Infection Control 
1985;6:487-90. 

6 Levin D. Laboratory evaluation. What tests and why? 
Problems in Anesthesia 1988;2:18-22. 

7 The Clinical Laboratory in Emergency Medicine. Emer- 
gency Medical Clinics of North America, 1986;4:1. 

8 The Clinical Laboratory in Emergency Medicine. Emer- 
gency Medical Clinics of North America, 1986;4:2. 

9 Hansen AR. Personal communication. 

10 Zook CJ, Moore FD. High cost users of medical care. 
NEJM 1980;302:996-1002. 

11 Augenstein J, Peterson E. Economic considerations in 
critical care. In: Shoemaker, et al. (eds), Textbook of 
Critical Care. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company, 
1989, p. 1466. 

12 Critical Care Medicine, Consensus Development Confer- 

ence Summary. National Institutes of Health, 1983;4. 

13 Muakkassa FF, Fakhry SM, Rutledge R, Meyer AA. ICU 

Database Manual. North Carolina Memorial Hospital, 
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988. 

14 Williams SV, Eisenberg JM, Kitts DS, etal. Medical Care 

1984;22:535-42. 



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patients with hepatic dysfunction since Zantac is metabolized in the liver. 
Laboratory Tests: False-positive tests for urine protein with Multistix* may occur during Zantac 
therapy, and therefore testing with sulfosalicylic acid is recommended. 
Drug Interactions: Although Zantac has been reported to bind weakly to cytochrome P-450 in 
vitro, recommended doses of the drug do not inhibit the action of the cytochrome P-450-linked 
oxygenase enzymes in the liver. However, there have been isolated reports of drug interactions that 
suggest that Zantac may affect the bioavailability of certain drugs by some mechanism as yet 
unidentified (eg. a pH-dependent effect on absorption or a change in volume of distribution). 
Carcinogenesis. Mutagenesis, Impairment ot Fertility: There was no indication of tumorigenic or 
carcinogenic effects in lifespan studies in mice and rats at doses up to 2,000 mg/kg/d. 

Ranitidine was not mutagenic in standard bacterial tests {Salmonella, Escherichia coli) for muta- 
genicity at concentrations up to the maximum recommended for these assays. 

In a dominant lethal assay, a single oral dose of 1 ,000 mg/kg to male rats was without effect on 
the outcome of two matings per week for the next nine weeks 

Pregnancy: Teratogenic Effects: Pregnancy Category B: Reproduction studies have been per- 
formed in rats and rabbits at doses up to 160 times the human dose and have revealed no evi- 
dence of impaired fertility or harm to the fetus due to Zantac. There are, however, no adequate and 
well-controlled studies in pregnant women. Because animal reproduction studies are not always 
predictive of human response, this drug should be used during pregnancy only if clearly needed. 
Nursing Mothers: Zantac is secreted in human milk. Caution should be exercised when Zantac is 
administered to a nursing mother. 

Pediatric Use: Safety and effectiveness in children have not been established. 
Use in Elderly Patients: Ulcer healing rates in elderly patients (65 to 82 years of age) were no dif- 
ferent from those in younger age groups. The incidence rates for adverse events and laboratory 
abnormalities were also not different from those seen in other age groups. 
ADVERSE REACTIONS: The following have been reported as events in clinical trials or in the rou- 
tine management of patients treated with Zantac®. The relationship to Zantac therapy has been 
unclear in many cases. Headache, sometimes severe, seems to be related to Zantac administra- 
tion. 

Central Nervous System: Rarely, malaise, dizziness, somnolence, insomnia, and vertigo. Rare 
cases of reversible mental confusion, agitation, depression, and hallucinations have been reported, 
predominantly in severely ill elderly patients. Rare cases of reversible blurred vision suggestive of 
a change in accommodation have been reported 

Cardiovascular: As with other ^-blockers, rare reports of arrhythmias such as tachycardia, 
bradycardia, atrioventricular block, and premature ventricular beats. 

Gastrointestinal: Constipation, diarrhea, nausea/vomiting, abdominal discomfort/pain, and rare 
reports of pancreatitis. 

Hepatic: In normal volunteers, SGPT values were increased to at least twice the pretreatment lev- 
els in 6 of 12 subjects receiving 100 mg qid intravenously for seven days, and in 4 of 24 subjects 
receiving 50 mg qid intravenously for five days. There have been occasional reports of hepatitis, 
hepatocellular or hepatocanalicular or mixed, with or without jaundice. In such circumstances, 
ranitidine should be immediately discontinued. These events are usually reversible, but in exceed- 
ingly rare circumstances death has occurred. 



Zantac - 150 and 300 (ranitidine hydrochloride) Tablets 
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Musculoskeletal: Rare reports of arthralgias. 

Hematologic: Blood count changes (leukopenia, granulocytopenia, thrombocytopenia) have 
occurred m a few patients. These were usually reversible. Rare cases of agranulocytosis, pancy- 
topenia, sometimes with marrow hypoplasia, and aplastic anemia have been reported. 
Endocrine: Controlled studies in animals and man have shown no stimulation of any pituitary hor- 
mone by Zantac and no antiandrogenic activity, and cimetidine-induced gynecomastia and impo- 
tence in hypersecretory patients have resolved when Zantac has been substituted. However, occa- 
sional cases of gynecomastia, impotence, and loss of libido have been reported in male patients 
receiving Zantac, but the incidence did not differ from that m the general population. 
Integumentary: Rash, including rare cases suggestive of mild erythema multiforme, and. rarely. 
alopecia. 

Other: Rare cases of hypersensitivity reactions (eg. bronchospasm, fever, rash, eosinophilia), ana- 
phylaxis, angioneurotic edema, and small increases in serum creatinine. 
OVERDOSAGE: Information concerning possible overdosage and its treatment appears in the full 
prescribing information. 

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION: (See complete prescribing information in Zantac* product 
labeling). 

Active Duodenal Ulcer: The current recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 tea- 
spoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) twice daily. An alternate dosage of 300 mg or 
20 ml (4 teaspoontuls equivalent to 300 mg of ranitidine) once daily at bedtime can be used for 
patients in whom dosing convenience is important. The advantages of one treatment regimen 
compared to the other in a particular patient population have yet to be demonstrated. 
Maintenance Therapy: The current recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 tea- 
spoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) at bedtime. 

Pathological Hypersecretory Conditions (such as Zollinger-Ellison syndrome): The current rec- 
ommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 teaspoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg ot raniti- 
dine) twice a day. In some patients it may be necessary to administer Zantac* 150-mg doses 
more frequently. Doses should be adjusted to individual patient needs, and should continue as 
long as clinically indicated. Doses up to 6 g/d have been employed in patients with severe disease. 
Benign Gastric Ulcer: The current recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 tea- 
spoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) twice a day. 

GERD: The current recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 teaspoonfuls equivalent 
to 1 50 mg of ranitidine) twice a day. 

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dosage in patients with a creatinine clearance less than 50 ml/min is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 tea- 
spoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) every 24 hours. Should the patient's condition 
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CAROLINA HISTORY 



The Halcyon Days of Youth, Part II 

The Second Year at the "New" UNC Medical School 

John B. Graham, M.D. 



As first-year students at the University of North Carolina 
School of Medicine we were aware that the school would 
move during the summer of 1939. But we were unprepared for 
the splendid facilities we found in the fall. This entirely new 
building (#52 in figure 1; lower left in figure 2) was on South 
Columbia Street at the far end of the campus. The only other 
facilities beyond South Road were Wilson Hall, the Bell 
Tower, the Tin Can, and Woolen Gym with its new Bowman 
Gray pool and Kenan Stadium. We had the feeling that we had 
moved far out of town, and sometimes tried to hitch-hike from 
the Carolina Inn. 

There were five floors in the new building. The basement 
was occupied by the School of Public Health (whose bro- 
chures described the building as the School of Public Health 
and Medicine). On the first floor were Pathology (north) and 
Bacteriology (south). The second had Pharmacology (north) 
and Physiology (south). The third had Gross Anatomy (north) 
and Biodhemistry (south). The north end of the fourth floorhad 
a lounge for graduate students, and the south end contained the 
animal quarters. Mirabile dictu, there was an elevator in the 
center of the building, although students were not supposed to 
use it. 

The central part of the building contained the shared 
facilities: Dean's Office and Library (now the Dean's Office) 
on the first floor with stacks below. An auditorium was present 
on the east side of the second floor with a lecture hall opposite 
it on the west side. The Histology teaching facilities occupied 
the east side of the third floor. Departmental space was plen- 
tiful, because faculty members were few. Each had both a pri- 
vate office and a research laboratory, previously unheard of. 

The first semester of the second year was a continuation 
of the first year with Pathology, Pharmacology and Bacteriol- 
ogy. Pharmacology and Bacteriology were taught in several 
morning lectures and several afternoon "wet" laboratories 
each week. Pathology was taught only in the mornings, three 
days a week: an hour of lecture followed by three hours of 



From the Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, The Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 27599-7525. Illustrations by 
Emest Craige, M.D. 



"dry" laboratory. In addition there were several smaller lec- 
ture courses of which only Public Health, taught by Drs. 
Milton Rosenau and Harold Brown, sticks in my mind. 

Pathology was the glamor course when the year began, 
because we were studying disease for the first time. We 
examined the mechanisms causing disease, looked at slides 
and pickled specimens illustrating various diseases, studied 
"unknowns," andwere on call for autopsies at Watts Hospital! 




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Buildings shown as solid figures were constructed prior to 
1 930. Those in outline were constructed predominantly during 
the mid-1 930s with Federal assistance. 

Buildings that appear in the text are numbered and aster- 
isked(*): Caldwell Hall (1 9); MacNider (52); Grimes Dorm (25); 
Home of Louis Graves (J); Women's Quadrangle (M); Graham 
Memorial (45); Swain Hall (22); Cheltenham Place (K); Infir- 
mary (17); Carolina Inn Cafeteria (58); Woolen Gym (50); 
Bowman Gray Pool (51); Tin Can (32); Whitehead Dorm (57). 



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The class organized itself into five-person teams for traveling, 
one student in each group providing a car. Almost all of us 
lived in Whitehead dormitory where a telephone in the lobby 
was monitored by the group on call. Calls came at any time of 
day or night and on weekends, and we loved the feeling that 
we were now "doctors" prepared to respond to emergencies. 
The drive to Watts took about 30 minutes, and the autopsy 
several hours. I do not remember writing up the cases, but each 
group must have attended at least a half dozen during the year. 

Pathology was taught by Dr. James Bullitt and Dr. Russell 
Holman with the assistance of Dr. Thomas Byrnes, the pa- 
thologist at Watts. In my essay on Dr. Bullitt (NCMJ 
1984;45:88-92) I described at length his interesting personal- 
ity and the details of the course. Russell Holman, later head of 
Pathology atLouisiana State University, was thejuniormembcr 
of the department and was very engaging. It was primarily 
Holman whose example attracted me into Pathology. 

Pharmacology lectures were given by Dr. William de- 
Berniere MacNider, and Dr. Gus Donnelly was in charge of 
the laboratory. Dr. MacNider was Dean, although his Assis- 
tant Dean (Dr. Berryhill) did all the administering. Dr. 
MacNider was our most famous faculty member and had been 
made a Kenan Research Professor to retain him locally when 



he had been offered a chair at Duke in the late 1920s. He was 
widely known and traveled: a member of the National Acad- 
emy of Sciences, the Association of American Physicians, the 
American Philosophical Society, and President of the Society 
of Experimental Biology and Medicine. He was also the chief 
Examiner in Pharmacology for the National Board of Medical 
Examiners. Since all students at Duke Medical School had to 
pass National Boards, while none of us took them, he was 
more threatening to them than to us. 

Dr. MacNider was reared in Chapel Hill and had been an 
undergraduate here. He had also obtained his M.D. degree at 
UNC in 1904. (During the period 1900-1912, prior to the 
Flexner report, UNC had provided clinical years in Raleigh.) 
Dr. MacNider' s further training is unclear to me except that he 
had spent two years in Surgery in Raleigh, a summer at Johns 
Hopkins in Sir William Osier's clinic, and another summer in 
the laboratory of Torald Sollmann at Western Reserve. He 
vigorously promoted the concept of the "biologically m inded 
physician," but I never saw him in the student laboratory. 

The Pharmacology lectures were rambling discourses on 
a variety of drugs and remedies now long forgotten, inter- 
spersed with references to Osier and his friends elsewhere. I 
remember that we had lectures on the theory of mustard 



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... the interrogation 

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plasters, stomachics, and veratrum viride. (When Dr. MacNider 
retired he taught a course in medical history which I under- 
stand was not basically different from his Pharmacology 
course.) The laboratory was similar to the Physiology labora- 
tory of our first year. In it we observed the effect of various 
drugs on anesthetized animals. Wc did not take these exercises 
very seriously, because no one bothered to explain their 
relevance, and the faculty member in charge was regarded as 
something of a lightweight. 

There was not a decent textbook of Pharmacology in 
1939. When the first edition of Goodman and Gilman ap- 
peared the next year, it was an instant worldwide best seller. 
The only drugs of any real clinical value seemed to us to be 
digitalis, morphine, aspirin and salvarsan. Dr. MacNider was 
respected as a person, but his course was not feared. Like Dr. 
Manning, the fraternity examination files on him were very 
complete. Dr. Donnelly told me that he and Dr. MacNider 
were quite surprised at the high quality of my final examina- 
tion. They had not considered me to be in the first rank of 
Pharmacology students. What they did not know was that I 
was in the first rank of students of old Pharmacology exami- 
nations. All 12 of their essay questions — choose any 10 — had 
been used previously. 

Bacteriology was both the best-taught and most stressful 
course of the second year, Dr. MacPherson teaching somati- 



cally. There was a good textbook, and he assigned a chapter 
for each class session. Each period he meticulously quizzed 
two students for 20 minutes each. The choice of quizee was 
apparenUy random, but we never knew whether a prior ap- 
pearance provided immunity. As a result, we carefully pre- 
pared for each session. Invariably the entire information 
possessed by a student on any topic was fully extracted long 
before the 20 minutes were up, but the interrogation continued 
unul the student got his money's worth. Dr. MacPherson was 
regarded as a sadist, and was nicknamed "Skee-ball." I re- 
member Howard McFadyen, a 200-pound former wresUing 
champion who sat behind me, trembling while waiting to be 
called on to testify. "I'd rather be drafted than go through any 
more of this," I remember him muttering one day. But we 
really learned Bacteriology! 

Mike Rolnick, the laboratory assistant, and Dr. MacPher- 
son imprinted me very strongly. Five years later when I was 
seconded temporarily to an Army Station Hospital on Saipan 
and placed in charge of the bacteriology laboratory, I found 
that I could handle most of the work with what I had learned 
from them plus a lab manual. 

Pharmacology and Bacteriology mercifully ended the 
first semester and wc now really entered Clinical Medicine. 
This was the course in Physical Diagnosis taught by Dr. 
Bcrryhill.(InmyessayonDr.Berryhill[NCMJ1984;45:619- 



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25] I describe this austere man and his proficiency as a 
clinician.) We bought stethoscopes, which we carried with us 
everywhere, "carelessly" displayed. (There were no white- 
coated residents competing with us in Chapel Hill in those 
days.) Dr. Berryhill and the Infirmary staff — Drs. Ed Hedgpeth, 
Bill Morgan, and Robert Stone — showed us how to do physi- 
cal examinations, and Dr. Berryhill gave the lectures. Each of 
us wrote an essay correlating the symptoms and lesions of 
some condition, and I recall writing on lobar pneumonia. But 
the most exciting part of Physical Diagnosis was seeing live 
patients. 

In our teams of five we traveled by car to hospitals in 
Durham (Watts and the County Home) and to the sanatorium 
at Montrose near Pinehurst (where the Wilson County ABC 
store, 100 miles away, operated a liquor store for the rich 
Yankees). We watched Dr. Coy Robcrson, head of surgery at 
Watts, operate. We had lectures in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
from Dr. Robert (Daddy) Ross of Durham, and in Pediatrics 
from Dr. Arthur London, also from Durham. 

The spring of 1940 was very exciting in many ways. The 
Germans invaded the Balkans and Scandinavia and knocked 
France out of World War II. My class knew that wc would be 
at war before too long, and hoped that we could get our M.D. 
degrees before that happened and thereby avoid infantry duty. 
What we did not anticipate was that the classes of 1941 and 
1942 (ours) would furnish the great majority of the battalion 
surgeons for the infantry of the Army and Marine Corps, and 
that two of the 60 students in our two classes, Emmet Spicer 
and Arnold Breckenridge, would lose their lives in service. 



Student Activities 



Student government in the medical school was a part of uni- 
versity student government. Coming from Davidson, which 
also had an Honor System, I understood that cheating on 
exams was a heinous crime. But the matter of reports of 
laboratory experiments was more ambiguous. Was it a viola- 
tion for one lab partner to copy the report of another when the 
results had been obtained jointly? We never knew. John 
Woltz, who had attended UNC as an undergraduate, was the 
designated Honor Chairman for the med school. Happily there 
was not a serious problem in my class, but John trapped a 
miscreant in the class after mine who was expelled for cheat- 
ing. 

The officers of the medical student body (Whitehead So- 
ciety) earned these positions academically. Their duties were 
light, and as Secretary-Treasurer (third ranking scholar) I re- 
member visiting an office in Graham Memorial once or twice 
to get permission to spend money which must have originated 
as student fees and was, therefore, under State control. Class 
officers were popularly elected and were supposed to provide 
the channel for official communication with the authorities. I 
was elected President of my first year class, and Abe Conger 



was, I think, President of our class the second year. Neither of 
us was burdened by our responsibilities. 

Most of the power lay in the medical fraternities. Their 
most important assets were files of previous examinations in 
all courses. There had been three fraternities prior to the 
arrival of Dr. James Andrews: the Phi Chi, the Alpha Kappa 
Kappa, and the Theta Kappa Nu. Phi Chi was the largest and 
composed mostly of UNC students who had belonged to 
undergraduate fraternities. The AKKs and TKNs were mostly 
non-fraternity UNC students and students who had entered 
from elsewhere. When Bull Andrews flunked one-third of the 
class preceding ours his axe had fallen disproportionately on 
the much smaller AKKs and TKNs. In fact, the TKNs never 
recovered and disappeared after 1939. The medical fraterni- 
ties continued to exist until at least 1952, but seem to have 
disappeared when the clinical program was instituted. But the 
fraternities provided us with a degree of camaraderie, and Phi 
Chis had a sort of educational program. In addition to the 
Christmas conclave, the fraternity gathered each Sunday 
evening in an upstairs room at the Graham Memorial for 
refreshments and to entertain a visiting speaker, usually a 
member of the faculty or an invited practitioner. 



My class knew that we 

would be at war before 

too long ... What we 

did not anticipate was 

that the classes of 

1941 and 1942 (ours) 

would furnish the great 

majority of the battalion 

surgeons for the 

infantry ... 



The law students accepted the political dominance of the 
medical students in their joint social enterprise, Law-Med 
Weekend. Since Phi Chi was the powerhouse of the medical 
school, they ran it also. The old Tin Can (#32 in figure 1) was 
rented for two nights of revelry, and a band was hired, 
competitively, to provide music. The competition consisted of 
who would give Phi Chi the best deal. Under the ancient 
practice of droit de seigneur, a band had to agree to play for 
a private dinner dance of the Phi Chi at the Carolina Inn 
without charge. I remember being responsible for the gin 
punch at the banquet in 1940. Having tasted so deeply in 



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I remember 
being responsible 
for the gin punch 
at the banquet in 

1940. Having 

tasted so deeply 

in getting the 

mixture "right," 

I could not 

discover the 

correct key for 

Abe Conger's 

quartet in which I 

was supposed to 

sing lead. 




getting the mixture "right," I could not discover the correct 
key for Abe Conger's quartet in which I was supposed to sing 
lead. My other recollection is that the Sunday after Law-Meds 
in 1940 was very quiet in Whitehead Dormitory. Everyone 
was nursing a bad hangover! 



Transferring 

From 1912-1952 the medical school transferred a class of 
students each year to a wide range of four-year schools for 
their clinical education. Transfer was dependent on grades 
and recommendation of the Dean. Preoccupation of second 
year students with transfer began when school opened in the 
fall. Sometime in October or November Dr. Berryhill let each 
of us know about what he could expect, then left the rest to us. 
There was a distinct pecking-ordcr of schools. Any student 
from those days could guess the relative class standing of any 
other by the school to which he transferred. 

Harvard had pride of place. The second tier included 
Penn, Johns Hopkins, Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Chicago, 
Washington University, Vandcrbil t, and Emory. The third tier 
consisted of Jefferson, George Washington, Northwestern, 
Western Reserve, Maryland, and Tulane. The fourth tier 
consisted of Louisville, Louisiana State University, Medical 
College of Virginia, Charleston, and Georgia. Not all students 
who managed to pass their courses managed to transfer. The 
recommendation of the school was also required, and some 
died on the vine. 



There were six other two-year schools in 1940: Missouri, 
Dartmouth, North Dakota, South Dakota, Alabama and Wake 
Forest. UNC was proud that it transferred as many students to 
Harvard as any other and more than most. The problem of 
transferring to Harvard was that a decision was not made until 
Easter. I simplified the transfer problem by convincing myself 
that it really didn't matter which school I finished at, provided 
it was no lower than the second tier and would give me an 
answer by Christmas. Although two of my ancestors had 
graduated in medicine from Penn and my grades would have 
gotten me into Harvard, I elected to go to Cornell. This was 
largely because Emmet Spicer from the class before mine and 
from my hometown had done so, and Cornell gave me an 
answer in December. All my classmates transferred as far as 
I know. Only one of them flunked out of the clinical years, 
probably because he had transferred to a second-tier rather 
than a fourth-tier institution. 

Transferring was traumatic. Although we were well- 
taught, each recipient institution had its own character, and its 
students had had experiences somewhat different from ours. 
Furthermore, as a group we had not been the top cut of pre- 
medical students. The result for many transferees was "culture 
shock" in an unfamiliar urban environment. This was lessened 
somewhat for those who transferred in a group with three or 
four others, and was least at Harvard, which had developed a 
summer program to orient transferrees. But Cornell, Colum- 
bia and Johns Hopkins, which received them rarely, did not 
bother. Orientation was the student's responsibility. 



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Life in Whitehead Dormitory 

Student life our second year was different from our first, 
because a "medical student dormitory," Whitehead (named 
for the first Dean), opened in the fall of 1939. Almost all the 
men, plus a few graduate students, lived there and it resembled 
life in a large fraternity. We were in and out of each other's 
rooms, shared common showers and toilets and a suite of 
parlors on the ground floor. Most of our time was spent 
studying, but the weekends were unscheduled. We played 
touch football on the lawn out front, and there was a good bit 
of practical joking: such things as throwing a lighted cherry 
bomb over the transom of another's room, or leaving the lights 
on all night to simulate studying in order to tease the weaker 
students. I remember once putting a chipmunk in Bill Raby's 
bed, mad because he had been spending most of his evenings 
courting at Kenan Dorm instead of writing up our lab experi- 
ments. The hall, which had been informed, remained awake 
and roared with laughter when he finally got in bed, the 
varmint ran up his leg, and he screamed. 

The medical school entered teams in many intramural 
sports, and our softball team was the champion of our division 
in 1940. 1 played second base, indifferently, and was saved by 
the shortstop, Hank Guynes, who was ambidextrous and could 
move easily in either direction. 

The University decreed in 1940 that there would be a 
"break" between the first and second pair of courses each 
morning. This meant that we had a 20 minute recess during 
which we had to find something to do. This evolved into a 
daily game of "pitch penny" in front of the medical school 
building. One day while we were pitching, Dr. Rosenau, the 
urbane Dean of the School of Public Health and formerly 
Dean at Harvard, walked up. 

"What's going on, boys?" 

"It's 'pitch penny,' Dr. Rosenau." 

"How do you play it?" 

We explained the rules and he asked to be allowed to join 
us. We eagerly assented, sensing that we had hooked a sucker. 
To our astonishment, he won every pitch until all the coins 
were in his pocket. He thanked us politely for teaching him 
how to play and strolled on into the building. It was some 
weeks later before one of us learned from his associate, Dr. 
Harold Brown, that Dr. Rosenau had once been marooned in 
the Amazon for several weeks by a flood and the only 
recreation had been coin tossing. 

The undergraduates decided in 1940 to promote better 
relations with the faculty by a joint spring holiday and festival 
which they called "Student-Faculty Day." (This still persists, 
but only in the medical school.) John Woltz and, I think, Dr. 
Rosenau were appointed Grand Marshals for the Medical 
School that first year. While the details are hazy, I seem to 
remember a morning cocktail and swimming party at the new 
Bowman Gray pool, an afternoon picnic at Hogan's lake, and 
an evening dance at the Graham Memorial. This may not be 
entirely correct, but John was a Sigma Chi who liked to live it 



up, and Dr. Rosenau was sophisticated and widely traveled. 
Such a scenario would have been entirely consistent with their 
ways of doing things. 

Transportation in Chapel Hill was primitive but effective 
in 1940. We walked. For autopsies and to get to hospitals 
elsewhere, we paid someone — in my case Sam Hatcher — one 
cent a mile to drive us. Sam actually made money with his 
second-hand car. Sam was a bit of an entrepreneur, and when 
we transferred to New York City the next year, he permitted 
me to come down from 68th to 26th St. once a week to enjoy 
a home-cooked dinner with H.B. Barnwell and himself. It was 
clearly understood that I was to pay 45 cents a meal — which 
often featured biscuits, gravy, and country-fried steak. The 
food was equivalent to Swain Hall's best and, if it had been 
available at the Automat, would have cost at least $2. 



Transportation in Chapel 
was primitive but 
effective in 1940. 
We walked. 



Pathology, Clinical Pathology, Immunology, Physical 
Diagnosis etc., finally ended in the spring of 1940 and, 
transferring having been successful, I departed for the sum- 
mer. I had arranged to be the Assistant Doctor at Camp 
Morehead and went to the beach again for the last time. I was 
on top of the world, because I was carrying a report card with 
a cryptic marginal note from Dr. Berryhill (in his illegible 
handwriting) which seemed to say that I had performed 
academically better than any of my classmates. 

It was my completely unanticipated success at Chapel 
Hill preceded by a not very happy stay at Davidson and 
succeeded by the unpleasantness of New York City which 
made Chapel Hill so important to me. It became a special, 
almost magical, place in my imagination and led me to decide 
to spend the rest of my life there if I could. It was an especial 
thrill, therefore, when I received a letter in Japan in 1946 from 
Dr. Holman, newly appointed Head of Pathology, asking 
whether I should like to return and join him. In point of fact he 
was long gone by the time I arrived, and Dr. Bullitt had had to 
return from retirement to fill the gap temporarily. Dr. Berryhill 
assured me, however, that I had a position (at $300 a month), 
and I have never regretted returning. □ 



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Letters to the Editor 



Comments on the Special Issue on Preventive Medicine 
(November 1990) 

To the Editor: 

I write to commend you and the Guest Editor, Ron Levine, 
on the November Special Issue on Preventive Medicine. 

This issue has my favorite Norman Rockwell painting on 
its cover of a small boy confidently awaiting his "shot" while 
looking at the doctor's diploma. I have referred to this painting 
many times as graphically portraying an ideal doctor-patient 
relationship. The small boy obviously has complete confi- 
dence in "his doctor," though he may not understand the 
diploma, and calmly awaits the worst, knowing everything will 
be all right. 

More importantly, this special issue addresses well so 
many preventive and public health problems which face phy- 
sicians and the public daily. You are good to devote a special 
issue to these important, continuing, and all-too-often expand- 
ing problems. 

Certainly, "we treat in retail, but prevent wholesale," and 
it is rewarding to see our state and the nation turn more 
attention, efforts and resources to preventive medicine. 

James E. Davis, M.D. 

General Thoracic and Vascular Surgery 

Suite 402- 2609 N. Duke St. 

Durham, NC 27704 

To the Editor: 

When I come upon a good thing, I like to spend time 

relishing the joy it gives me. Such an event now regularly 

occurs with the arrival of \he North Carolina Medical Journal. 

This month, however, was particularly good because of 

the articles assembled by the Guest Editor, Dr. Ron Levine. 

I have enjoyed Family Practice for 37 years and have 
always stated that the cornerstone is preventive family medi- 
cine. Such a bias makes it even more enjoyable to read these 
excellent (and timely) articles. Congratulations to Dr. Levine, 
and to the editorial staff for having the insight to extend that 
invitation to him. 

Millard W. Wester, Jr., M.D. 

Henderson Family Medicine Clinic, P.A. 

1912 Ruin Creek Rd. 

Henderson 27536 



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To the Editor: 

I would like to add another recommendation to Dr. Thad 
Wester' s 20 recommendations of the Task Force on Injury 
Prevention (pp. 566-8). 

21. Teaching basic first aid in the schools and having a 
basic first aid chart in every telephone directory which is 
usually readily accessible in most homes. 

Jay M. Arena, M.D. 

Director Emeritus, Poison Control Center 

Duke University Medical Center 

Durham 27710 

End-of-life decisions 



To the Editor: 

A recent discussion of end-of-life care with the Medical 
Society of a nearby county reminded me of the distance that 
often separates what is published in the medical literature from 
the realities of practice in the community. From what we read 1 
we might assume that physicians are now making discussions 
of end-of-life care, living wills and other advance directives for 
medical affairs a part of the routine care of their patients. This 
is certainly in keeping with the published guidelines of our own 
state Medical Society and a reasonable response to the Nancy 
Cruzan case. But are these guidelines actually in use and do 
they have the support of the practicing physician? 

I heard a definite "No" from this group of hard working 
practitioners. They had serious misgivings about current legal 
and ethical trends regarding terminal care, and lump living 
wills with all the other unwanted and unneeded regulation of - 
medical practice. Our legislators should be interested to learn 
that not a single physician could recall finding a living will 
useful in the management of a terminally ill patient. One 
doctor, in the process of closing his practice, wondered what to 
do with the hundreds of signed living wills lying around his 
office, and others agreed that living wills can be easily lost or 
buried in the patient's chart. Generally, it was agreed that 
doctors know what is best for their patients and should have the 
"guts" to act without resorting to a living will. The implications 
for our lawmakers is obvious if these views are widely shared 
by North Carolina physicians. 

I found more support for the concept of a durable power 
of attorney for health affairs. However, few felt that physicians 
are responsible for initiating discussions of end-of-life care 
and it was agreed that, in reality, there just wasn ' t enough time 



/to get all this talking done. The need to conduct these discus- 
sions was also questioned by physicians who feel they already 
know what their patients want and what is best for them. 
Patients who want a lengthy discussion should be referred to a 
lawyer. 

These busy doctors viewed the patient's family as an 
unwanted hindrance to the care of incompetent patients. They 
told me that doctors should have the fortitude to do what is right 
for the patient regardless of the family. One physician de- 
fended the practice of keeping the family out of the decision 
making process by asking, "How much guilt can this society 
take?" Another said that, "A doctor should know when a 
patient is dead or alive and act accordingly without asking for 
the family's permission." 

But what about the fact that many patients and families 
fear that they will be kept alive artificially against their wishes? 
That like Quinlan and Cruzan their humanity will be eclipsed 
by the blind application of medical technologies? That a 
feeding tube will be inserted because their doctor never in- 
quired about their wishes when they were competent? Do 
doctors understand the nightmares that plague our patients and 
their families? 

The doctors I met seemed preoccupied with nightmares of 
their own and had little interest in discussing the plight of their 
patients. They see their practices threatened by government 
restrictions, bickering and unreasonable families, and de- 
manding schedules. To them the assertion of patient autonomy 
in end-of-life decision-making was perceived as yet another 
threat to the autonomy of the doctor. 

Driving home that night I wondered what action we as a 
community should take when the distances that separate pa- 
tients, doctors and public policy are so great. Finding a consen- 
sus will not be easy. Emotions run high when people, be they 
doctors orpatients, feel that what they value is threatened. And 
these doctors feel that our profession is, in fact, gravely 
threatened. This is anything but a trivial matter. Hopefully, the 
sense of peril will diminish as understanding increases; as the 
values that bring us together and those that drive us apart are 
clarified. This process will require careful attention to how we 
talk to each other and how we listen; skills that, unfortunately, 
many physicians do not practice or value. A meaningful public 
policy regarding end-of-life care that matches the realities of 
daily practice will be worth the effort. 

Peter R. Lichstein, M.D. 
Section of General Internal Medicine 
Department of Medicine 
ECU School of Medicine 
Greenville 27858-4354 



Primary care practitioners: "endangered species" 

To the Editor: 

On the occasion of announcing my retirement from solo, 
family medical practice in Fayetteville, since 1974, I am 
moved to share the following comments. 

My decision to change to the full-time practice of occupa- 
tional medicine with The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
Michigan (my home state), was easy in some ways, but not in 
others. 

Non-procedurist, primary care practitioners are becoming 
members of an "endangered species" for a variety of reasons 
which are well known to those of us in the field and some 
others. Our friends and neighbors (the patients) are in need of 
these inadequately nurtured and compensated services. In my 
view the quality and availability of primary care services is in 
sufficient decline that organized medicine and legislators at all 
levels should "heed the call" or patient care will suffer. 

I will certainly miss my patients, colleagues, and friends 
in North Carolina, where I have tried to "bloom where I was 
planted" for twenty years. 

Thomas B. Woodworth, M.D. 

Woodworth Medical Services, P.A. 

1657 Owen Dr. 

Fayetteville, NC 28304 

Doctor seeks stop-smoking information 

To the Editor: 

I am currently editing a book concerning smoking and 
how to stop. I would like to inquire of the methods of breaking 
this habit suggested by individual physicians and the effective- 
ness of these methods. I would like to also know the patients' 
ratings of these different methods and even their own methods. 

Claude A. Frazier, M.D. 
Doctors Park - Bldg. 4 
Asheville, 28801 



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New Members 



John Mark Bennett (RESIDENT), 491 Biltmore Ave., 
Asheville 28801 

Davidson 

Roberts Edgar Timberlake, Jr. (PD), 8 Medical Park Dr., 
Lexington 27292 

Durham-Orange 

Nita Ahuja (STUDENT), 311 S. LaSalle St., Apt. 15-1, 

Durham 27705 
Mark Leonard Boles (STUDENT), 201 Westbrook Dr., Apt 

D-20, Carrboro 27510 
Jonathan David Eisner (RESIDENT), 601 Jones Ferry Rd., 

Apt. H-4, Carrboro 27510 
Calvin Glenn Gerke, Jr. (STUDENT), 3805-207 Chimney 

Ridge PL, Durham 27713 
Robert Patten Gloolsby (STUDENT),28 Holland Dr., 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Anna Laurie Hicks (PD), 6350 Quadrangle Dr., Quadrangle 

Office Park, Chapel Hill 27514 
Anne Manktelow (RESIDENT), 1705-A Allard Road, 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Leonard Jeffrey Marcus (RESIDENT), 309 Barclay Rd., 

Chapel Hill 27516 
Claude Thurman Moorman, III (RESIDENT), 3227 

Coachman's Way, Durham 27705 
Carroll Christopher Overton (STUDENT),504 Pittsboro St., 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Thomas Anthony Schroeter (RESIDENT), 2 Chimney Top 

Court, Durham 27705 
Virginia I. Simnad (STUDENT), 106-B Weatherstone Dr., 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Rita Elizabeth Treanor (STUDENT), Rt. #6, Box 376, 

Farrington Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Forsyth-Stokes-Davie 

Zia Moizuddin Ahmad (RESIDENT), 2930- A Walnut 
Forest Ct., Winston-Salem 27103 

Willian McCall Brinkley, Jr. (STUDENT), 826 Brent St., 
Winston-Salem 27103 

Wendy Lee Cran (STUDENT), 339 Crafton St., #4, Win- 
ston-Salem 27103 

Vance Holden Edwards (STUDENT), 1330 W. First St., 
Apt. C, Winston-Salem 27101 

Kimberly Collins Herrman (STUDENT), 431 S. Hawthorne 
Rd., Winston-Salem 27103 

Michael Carson Hodges (STUDENT), 1902 Queen St., #D2, 
Winston-Salem 27103 



Loris Y. Hwang (STUDENT), 235 Corona St., Apt. 204, 

Winston-Salem 27103 
Christopher John Kline (STUDENT), 803-B Madison Ave., 

Winston-Salem 27103 
Scott Alan Lieberman (STUDENT), 2400 Westover Dr., 

Winston-Salem 27103 
Eric Meyer Martin (STUDENT), 237 1-D Forsyth Ct., 

Winston-Salem 27103 
Patricia Enloe Patterson (STUDENT), 1632 W. First St., 

Apt #1, Winston-Salem 27103 
Peter John Skrincosky (STUDENT), 1608 Northwest Blvd., 

Apt. K, Winston-Salem 27104 

Mecklenburg 

Jerry Lynn Barron (ORS), 1001 Blythe Blvd. #200, Miller 

Orthoaedic Clinic, Charlotte 28203 
Richard Presley Corbin (IM), PO Box 32861, Carolinas 

Medical Center, Charlotte 28232 
Sandra Anne Craig (EM), 4741 #2-G Hedgemore Dr., 

Charlotte 28209 
Raleigh Kirby Godsey, Jr. (OBG), 271 1 Randolph Rd., Ste. 

305, Charlotte 28207 
David Clayton Hightshue (OBG), 5516 Central Ave., 

Charlotte 28211 
Michael Sheldon Richardson (IM), 7810 Providence Rd., 

Ste. 103, Charllotte 28226 
Jonathan B. Roth (PD), PO Box 33549, Presbyterian 

Hospital, Charlotte 29233 
Mark Turner Weigel (OTO), 8736 University City Blvd., 

Charlotte 28213 
Mark William Wolozin (IM), 2330 Randolph Rd., Charlotte 

28211 

Moore 

James Edwin Rice (ORS), PO Box 1650, Pinehurst 28374 

Nash 

Bennie Lea Jarvis (OTO), 2420 Professional Dr., PO Box 

7099, Rocky Mount 27804 
Kirk Bradley Jensen (EM), 1 105 Royal Ridge Dr., Rocky 

Mount 27804 

Pitt 

Linda Lucille Barrett (STUDENT), 1313 Treybrooke Cir. 

Greenville 27834 
Karen Elizabaeth Curtis (STUDENT), 1-3 Doctors Park 

Apts., Greenville 27834 
Michelle Wilson Gardner (STUDENT), 112 Huntingridge 



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Rd., Greenville 27834 
Vernon T.A. Gardner, III (STUDENT), 112 Huntingridge 

Rd., Greenville 27834 
Temple Sharita Howell (STUDENT), 140 Concord Dr., Apt. 

#8, Greenville 27834 
Ellen Huffman Jones (STUDENT), 1410 Greenbriar 

Village, Ayden 28513 
Juliette Parthenay Langner (STUDENT), 2410 E. Third St., 

Apt. A, Greenville 27858 
John Flint Rhodes, Jr. (STUDENT), }4 Doctor's Park, 

Greenville 27834 
Joy Elaina Sigmon (STUDENT), R-10 Doctors Park Apts., 

Greenville 27834 
Luther Brooks Surface (STUDENT), P-4 Doctors Park 

Apts., Greenville 27834 
Terisa Ann Thomas (STUDENT), Rl #16, Box 170, 

Greenville 27858 
Louise Ann Twiselton (STUDENT), 1 133 Treybrooke Cir., 

Greenville 27834 

Surry-Yadkin 

John Everett Turrentine (OBG), 180-R Parkwood Dr., Elkin 
28621 

Wake 

William Allen Gillespie (PD), 3120 Highwoods Blvd., 

Raleigh 27609 
Walton Kitchin Joyner, Jr. (OPH), 3900 Browning Place, 

Raleigh 27609 
Yvonne Luyando (FP), 171 Springberry Lane, Chapel Hill 

27514 
Kristi Petersen (IM), 7821 Highlandview, Raleigh 27612 

Wautauga 

John Jackson Freeman, 907 State Farm Rd., Boone 28607 

Wilson 

Michael James Kushner (N), 1704 S. Tarboro St., Wilson 
27893 



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Continuing Medical Education 



January 24-26, 1991 

Geriatric Update 1991 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Credit: 1 8.7 Category I AMA 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599-7000. 

919/962-2118 

January 24-26 

Womack Society Meeting 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599-7000. 

919/962-2118 

January 30, 1991 

Second Annual North Carolina Conference on Injury 

Prevention 

Place: Raleigh 

Fee: $30 

Info: Phylliss Woody, Registrar, Office of Continuing 

Education, UNC School of Public Health, CB #8165, Miller 

Hall, Chapel Hill 27599-8165. 919/966-4032 

March 1 

Update on Anxiety Disorders 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599-7000. 

919/962-2118 

March 1-2 

Functional Neuroscience: A Review and Update 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599-7000. 

919/962-2118 



March 7 

How to Manage a More Profitable Practice 

Place: Raleigh 

Info: Director, CME, Southern Medical Association, 35 

Lakeshore Dr., PO Box 190088, Birmingham, AL 35219- 

0088. 1-800/423-4992 

March 20 

43rd Annual Scientific Assembly 

Place: Research Triangle Park 

Credit: 16.25 hours, AAFP 

Fee: $195 

Info: Marietta Ellis, NC Academy of Family Physicians, 

P.O. Box 18469, Raleigh 27619. 919/847-6467 

March 21-22 

The 15th Annual Symposium of the Lineberger Comprehen- 
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tics" 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Public Information Director, Lineberger Compre- 
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Continuing throughout the year 

Geriatric Education Modules in geriatric medicine, mental 

health, health promotion and long-term care 

Place: Durham 

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Contents / February 1991, Volume 52, Number 2 



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62 Death with Dignity: Autonomy Acknowledged = Opportunity Created George C. Barrett 

65 Death with Dignity: Advance Directives Remove Legal Uncertainty Julian D. Bobbin 

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69 Alcohol Deficiency, Stress Hormones and Bad Acidosis: aka AKA Jonathan C. Fox and David C. Whitcomb 



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103 Comments on the Special Issue on Preventive Medicine 

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EDITORIAL 



Death with Dignity: Autonomy 
Acknowledged = Opportunity Created 

George C. Barrett, MD 



A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. 

— Francis Bacon (1561-1626): Essays 
"Of Ceremonies and Respects" 



Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation 1 and closed chest massage 2 — 
described in 1957 and 1960, respectively — mark the onset of 
our ability to support the mechanics of life. Thirty years ago 
we were taught that as physicians we were obliged "to do 
everything" for a patient. "Everything" was not much, how- 
ever, and it did not needlessly prolong dying. But today we 
have ventilators, artificial hydration and nutrition, dialysis 
machines and other miraculous products of an ever-expand- 
ing technology that can support the mechanics of life seem- 
ingly ad infinitum. 

Society claims that we physicians fail to acknowledge 
death as a part of life and that this failure causes us to impose 
unnecessary suffering on our patients. As wc use the high-cost 
technology available to us, we cause resources to be con- 
sumed, resources that are finite and that could be used to 
prevent illness rather than prolong dying. Most physicians 
now agree that patients have a right to participate in the 
decisions regarding their medical treatment, including deci- 
sions about how their life will end. 

At the 1990 Spring Conference in Pinehurst, the North 
Carolina Medical Society's Bioethics Committee authorized 
the creation of a subcommittee to develop advance care 
directives (ACDs) for patients and physicians. (The Char- 
lotte-based Bioethics Resource Group kindly granted the 
Committee permission to use its ACDs: as a guide for devel- 
oping directives that could be used statewide.) The subcom- 
mittee* was chaired by the author and included physicians, an 
ethicist, a chaplain, attorneys and representatives of six or- 
ganizations intimately involved in the care of dying patients. 



From [he Department of Radiology , Presbyterian Hospital, P. O. Box 
33549, Charlotte 28233-3549. Dr. Barrett is Chairman of the North 
Carolina Medical Society's Bioethics Committee. 



The Bioethics Committee wisely felt that the ACDs should 
have input from all healthcare providers who would be af- 
fected by them and that they would be more broadly accepted 
by all healthcare providers if perspectives of each of them 
were included. Thus our subcommittee was multidisciplinary 
and broadly based. 

The subcommittee was divided into two groups: the ACD 
group was chaired by C. Glenn Pickard, MD, Professor of 
Medicine at The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 
and the out-of-hospital do not resuscitate (DNR) group** was 
chaired by Donald E. Vaughn, MD, a member of the American 
College of Emergency Physicians. 

Our meetings were held on Sundays in Chapel Hill. At the 
initial meeting a sense of group rapidly developed and a 
unified purpose was immediately evident: to develop a docu- 
ment that would help patients, while healthy, make decisions 
about how they wanted their life to end or, sometimes more 
importantly, how they did not want their life to end. 



* Members of the subcommittee included from the North Carolina 
Medical Society: George C. Barrett, MD, Donald E. Vaughn, MD, C. 
Glenn Pickard, Jr, MD, David Lennon, MD, Darlyne MensceT, MD, 
William J. Stewart, MD, Kathleen A. Cline, MD, Patricia K. Hodgson; 
from Hospice of North Carolina: Judy Lund; Rosemarie Tong, PhD, 
from Davidson College; Attorneys Julian D. Bobbitt, Jr, JD, Keith 
Korenchuk, JD, and law student Chris ta Speight; from the Office of 
Emergency Medical Services: Bob Bailey; from the North Carolina 
Health Care Facilities Association: Vickie Haywood, RN; from the 
North Carolina Hospital Association: Wyatt E. Roye; from the North 
Carolina Association for Home Care: Gary Bowers; from the North 
Carolina Nurses Association: Jane Castle, RN; and The Rev. D. Scott 
Lindsay, DMin. 

**The out-of-hospital DNR document developed by the Vaughn 
group will be presented in a later issue of the Journal and Bulletin. 



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Preliminary working papers were developed, modified 
by mail, modified further by telephone, and creatively modi- 
fied by Penny Hodgson of the NCMS staff. The work of each 
group was shared with and reviewed by its opposite number. 
Finally at the second session all the knots were untied and a 
paper was produced. The experience was a remarkable dem- 
onstration of the synergy that can result when individuals 
work to a common goal for the good of the commonweal. 

The document was submitted to the Bioethics Commit- 
tee, approved unanimously, and subsequently approved unani- 
mously by the House of Delegates of the North Carolina 
Medical Society at its November 1990 meeting. 

Enclosed with this issue of \h& Journal and Bulletin is that 
document The Layman's Guide to Death with Dignity. It is 
written in language patients can understand with physicians' 
help. It includes a form for a living will, a form for appointing 
a surrogate for healthcare matters, and a form about medical 
choices for patients to discuss with their physician (ACD). 
The medical directive provides you an unusual opportunity to 
discuss in general and specifically what control your patients 
want to exercise over the end of their life. It should be clearly 
understood by patients that the medical directive will provide 
guidance to the caregiver in non-terminal but incurable ill- 
nesses. The living will applies only in the case of terminal 
illness. Thus the medical directive becomes critical for guid- 
ing the caregiver and the family or surrogate. The medical 
directive checklist includes a broad spectrum of therapeutic 
interventions the subcommittee felt should be discussed. 
Some of them (e.g., nos. 6 and 10) are designed to be 
"starters," i.e., points of beginning discussion, and should be 
viewed as such. The checklist should not be viewed as all- 
inclusive and patients should understand that it is not meant to 
be. It is critical, in fact, for patients to understand that medical 
directives cannot possibly cover all medical circumstances 
and that they should therefore name a surrogate for making 
their healthcare decisions. The form for that purpose is easily 
as important as the living will. 

While many patients acknowledge the desirability of 
having a living will, few have executed them. Patients are also 
reluctant to discuss death with their physicians, despite evi- 
dence that they do not trust us to let their life end with dignity. 
We physicians, on the other hand, are often reluctant to 
acknowledge that death is simply a part of life. The Layman's 
Guide will help obviate the difficulties both patients and 
physicians have when they approach the subject of dying. It 
may also help diminish the need some feel for an active 
euthanasia law in the United States. 



The Layman's Guide is structured in accordance with 
recommendations from the American Bar Association. We 
were given valuable assistance and guidance in that regard by 
subcommittee member Julian D. (Bo) Bobbitt, a healthcare 
attorney with the firm of Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, 
Mitchell & Jernigan in Raleigh. His dedication to the issues 
and concerns addressed by The Layman's Guide is further 
manifested by his willingness to write the accompanying 
editorial concerning its legal implications (page ). 

Beginning November 1 of this year, healthcare facilities 
that treat Medicare and/or Medicaid patients must advise 
patients of their right to sign advance directives for healthcare 
decisions. This new requirement is a result of the Patient Self 
Determination Act, passed by the United States Congress near 
the end of its 1990 session. If organizations representing 
healthcare givers in other states had acted as we have in 
adopting The Layman's Guide in North Carolina and relin- 
quishing some of our autonomy for our patients' good in the 
process, the Act would not have been necessary. The Layman s 
Guide can and should be used statewide so there will be a 
minimum of confusion for patients. 

The Layman's Guide to Death with Dignity is available 
free (except for handling and delivery charges) and in large 
quantities to members of the North Carolina Medical Society 
and the North Carolina Hospital Association. Any other 
individual who requests it in writing from the NCMS and is 
willing to send $ 1 to cover the cost of printing and mailing may 
also have a copy. 

The patient's freedom to participate in decisions about 
the end of life is fully acknowledged by The Layman's Guide. 
This freedom will carry with it an obligation on the part of your 
patients to inform you of their wishes if you make The Guide 
available to them .Avail yourself of the opportunity created by 
the North Carolina Medical Society. Make copies of The 
Layman's Guide available to your patients. Take the time to 
listen and talk with them about it. In the long run it will save 
you time and trouble. In so doing you may be not only healer 
but priest to your patients. This is what they want Q 

References 

1 Safar P. Mouth-to-mouth airway. Anesthesiology 
1957;18:904. 

2 Kouvenhoven W, Jude J, Knickerbocker G. Closed chest 
cardiac massage. JAMA 1960;173:1064. 



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EDITORIAL 



Death with Dignity: Advance 
Directives Remove Legal Uncertainty 



Julian D. Bobbitt, Jr. 



'(Qompetent persons generally are permitted to refuse 
medical treatment, event at the risk of death." 

—from the U.S. Supreme Court's Cruzan opinion' 



The law recognizes an individual's fundamental right to 
control decisions relating to his or her medical care. 2 Most 
recently, the United States Supreme Court, in considering 
Nancy Cruzan's right to die, asserted the right of an alert adult 
to refuse to consent to care, even life-saving care. 3 The hitch, 
of course, is that most patients are not alert or even conscious 
when the time comes to express their desire to die naturally as 
opposed to having their life prolonged artificially through 
medical technology. Advance care documents, such as are 
found in The Layman's Guide to Death with Dignity, can 
bridge that gap. They can honor the patient's right to die by 
preserving the powerful invocation of that legal right made by 
the patient while alert and carrying it forward to the time 
needed. They are among the best tools available to preserve 
patient dignity and autonomy. 

Had Nancy Cruzan executed an advance care document 
covering her situation, she and her family would not have 
suffered their three-year ordeal while the courts wrestled with 
her fate. Those involved with the terminally ill in North 
Carolina have experienced emotional and legal uncertainty 
when trying to discern the desires of their comatose and 
hopelessly ill patients who have made no advance expression 
of wishes to family members or trusted friends. Although 
North Carolina law strongly supports the right to die, and 
allowing it is perfectly legal without an advance written 
expression of intent, advance care documents safeguard that 
right while removing the burdens on caregivers and family. 
For these reasons, any and all prior expressions of desires are 
to be encouraged. Personally speaking, the best documents 



From Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, P.O. 
Box 12807, Raleigh 27605. 



available in North Carolina for that purpose are in The Layman s 
Guide to Death with Dignity, a copy of which in enclosed with 
this issue of the Journal and Bulletin. The remainder of this 
article addresses specific legal aspects of those documents. 

1 The Living Will. This document is officially called a 
"Declaration of a Desire for a Natural Death" in North 
Carolina's Natural Death Act. 4 It is a powerful legal document 
but has limited application. First and foremost, strict adher- 
ence to the form is crucial because the form itself is "blessed" 
in the statute. If the form is followed, those honoring the 
declaration of a desire for a natural death are given immunity 
from civil and criminal liability. 5 As The Layman's Guide 
explains, application is limited to a terminal and incurable 
condition and only extends to limiting employment of ex- 
traordinary means of life support, as statutorily defined. 

2 Medical Directive. While Cruzan reaffirmed the 
broad rights of a competent adult to refuse treatment, it went 
on to say that a state like Missouri could require "clear and 
convincing evidence" of incompetent patients' wishes as to 
the withholding or withdrawal of treatment. The dilemma in 
Cruzan was that Nancy Cruzan was not an alert, competent 
adult, but rather was in a persistent vegetative state and, at that 
time, no "clear and convincing evidence" of her desire for a 
natural death had been presented. Any prior clear expression 
would have worked. The reason to have a medical directive is 
simply to provide such "clear and convincing evidence" and 
in so doing to remove the legal uncertainty. The Medical 
Directive in The Layman's Guide was worked on for months 
to be understandable, clear and reliable. It has the added 
benefit of thus being even more "clear and convincing." 

3 Designation of Agent for Healthcare Decisions. It is 
\hc patient' s right to die. Because the patient can rarely com- 
municate when the time comes to make decisions about 
artificial, life-prolonging treatment, the law has conjured up 
ways for the patient's surrogate to speak for the patient. In 



NCMJ / February 1991, Volume 52 Number 2 65 



lawyer-speak, this is a necessary but elaborate "legal fiction." 
The movement countrywide toward proxy designations is 
grounded in simple logic: Instead of lawmakers and judges 
setting sometimes inappropriate rules about who is best suited 
to be the patient's surrogate, why not let the competent patient 
decide ahead of time? The proxy form is, again, compelling 
evidence of the patient's wishes, this time the identity of his 
or her surrogate to make certain healthcare decisions in certain 
circumstances. It can be used in concert with a living will and 
medical directive, with the agent exercising specific decisions 
within the broad parameters of the care the patient has desig- 
nated in the directive. The law has long looked to a patient's 
surrogate or representative in the right to die setting; a prior 
designation by the patient of his or her own representative 
improves the accuracy of this process. 

The proxy form is not, however, a durable power of 
attorney. We wish it were. The medical and legal communities 
are working in alliance to convert the proxy form, or some- 
thing similar, into a durable power of attorney through legis- 
lation. Caregivers on the scene look to the wishes of the dying 
patient or an appropriate representative. Ninety-nine percent 
of the time, the specific evidence contained in The Layman's 
Guide documents is all that will be needed. We are working on 
that last one percent with legislation. 

Good legislation would address how to remove a surro- 
gate who becomes incapacitated or is proven unfit. It would be 
an opportunity to mesh exactly with probate laws. It would 
reaffirm the state policy favoring patient autonomy and offer 
assurances of civil and criminal immunity to physicians who 
follow the surrogate's instructions. Legislation would in- 
crease public awareness of advance care documents. In sum, 
legislation would slightly enhance the healthcare agent selec- 
tion process, but it is not necessary. 

Only 56% of adult Americans have even discussed natu- 
ral death with anyone, and only 15% have a living will. 
Physicians and others in positions of trust should inform their 
patients of these powerful tools to helpensurea life, and death, 
with dignity. □ 



References 

1 Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health, 111 
L.Ed.2d, 224, 238, quoting In re Conroy, 98 NJ 321, 486 
A2d 1209 (1985). 

2 N.C. Gen. Stat. § 90-320; Cruzan at 235. 

3 The Cruzan court traced the common law doctrine of 
informed consent of a competent adult to refuse medical 
treatment, the federal constitutional liberty right to refuse 
treatment, and suggested that state courts had additional 
grounds to support this right (state constitutions, state stat- 
utes, and other common law doctrines). 

4 N.C. Gen. Stat. §90-321. 

5 N.C. Gen. Stat. § 90-321. Note, however, that a physician is 
not required to honor a living will, but simply may without 
fear of liability. 



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SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE 

Alcohol Deficiency, Stress Hormones 
and Bad Acidosis: aka AKA 

Jonathan C. Fox, M.D., Ph.D., and David C. Whitcomb, M.D., Ph.D. 



Severe acidosis is a potentially life-threatening condition that 
requires rapid diagnosis and treatment. Available therapeutic 
options include intravenous fluids, sodium bicarbonate, as- 
sisted ventilation, and drugs. Appropriate therapy for acidosis 
differs according to its severity, underlying cause (metabolic 
vs. respiratory, exogenous vs. intrinsic), and duration (acute 
vs. chronic). Despite the broad differential diagnosis, in 
practice only a few simple clinical observations and common 
laboratory tests are required to establish a presumptive diag- 
nosis and initiate appropriate treatment while a more detailed 
evaluation is in progress. Consider the following case of 
alcoholic ketoacidosis (AKA) in a 43-year-old woman pre- 
senting with a complaint of "asthma." 



Clinical Case 

The patient presented with a two-day history of crampy 
abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. For several hours prior 
to presentation she reported progressive dyspnea which 
prompted her to seek medical attention. She denied any 
chronic medical problems. She stated that she occasionally 
drank beer but denied consumption of hard liquor. She denied 
any illicit or parenteral drug use, consumption of nonbonded 
alcoholic beverages, frequent or overuse of nonprescription 
analgesics or other drugs, or exposure to toxins. 

Initial physical examination revealed an alert, well nour- 
ished woman who was tachycardic (135), tachypneic (32), 
and hyperpneic (Kussmaul pattern). She was afebrile (94 .8F) 
and mildly hypertensive (156/98mmHg). She was hyper- 
emetic and had the distinct odor of acetone on her breath. Her 
lungs were clear and abdomen nontender. An arterial blood 
gas was immediately obtained and revealed a pH=7.17, 



From the Division of Cardiology (JCF) and Gastroenterology (DCW), 
Department of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, Durham 
27710. 



pa0 2 =119mmHg, paC0 2 =llmmHg, and HC0 3 =3.9mEq/l. 
Stat labs included a plasma glucose=134mg/dl, and electro- 
lytes including Na=140mmol/1, K=4.5mmol/l, Cl=97mmol/l 
and HC0 3 =2mEq/l; the calculated anion gap was 41. Blood 
urea nitrogen was 20mg/dl and the plasma creatinine reported 
as 3.5mg/dl. Complete blood count showed the Hb=15g/dl, 
Hct=0.43, platelets=552,000/mm 3 and WBC=33,900/mm 3 ; 
differential showed 82% segs, 15% bands and no abnormal 
cell types. The urine was clear and dipstick showed a pH=5.0, 
with 4+ test for ketones but negative for glucose, bilirubin or 
protein and with a bland sediment. Radiographic exam of the 
chest and abdomen were normal. 

At this point we had in hand the essential information 
required to initiate an effective and appropriate treatment 
strategy. The Kussmaul respiration with low paC0 2 immedi- 
ately excludes a respiratory acidosis. The low plasma bicar- 
bonate (and chloride) results in an elevated anion gap, in this 
case 41 (normal mean 12±SD=4), indicating the presence of 
a significant concentration (about 30mEq/l) of anions other 
than chloride and bicarbonate. A list of potential causes of an 
anion gap acidosis is given in table 1 (next page). 



Differential Diagnosis 

The differential diagnosis of an anion gap acidosis (with or 
without ketonemia; see table 1) has received a great deal of 
attention because of the potential severity of the illness and the 
need to establish a specific etiology that directs appropriate 
management. A normal or nearly normal serum glucose value 
promptly excludes the most common cause of ketoacidosis, 
namely type 1 diabetes mellitus. Other causes of anion gap 
acidosis include renal failure (inorganic acids), tissue hypoxia 
from shock or mitochondrial poisons (lactic acid), drugs (e.g., 
salicylates), toxins (e.g., alcohols other than ethanol, ethylene 
glycol and their organic acid metabolites), starvation, ethanol 
abuse, or inborn errors of metabolism (the glycogenoses or 
glycogen synthase deficiency). 



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Table 1 

Causes of Anion Gap Acidosis 



Underlying cause 

Insulin deficiency (diabetic ketoacidosis) 

Ethanol "deficiency" (alcoholic ketoacidosis) 

Starvation 

Tissue hypoxia (septic or cardiogenic shock, 

seizures, cyanide or carbon monoxide poisoning) 
Biguanides (e.g. phenformin) 
Polycyclic sugars (fructose, xylitol) 
Uremia 
Methanol 
Ethylene glycol 
Salicylates 
Paraldehyde 

Modified from Kreisberg and Wood 2 



Associated anion 

acetoacetate, p-hydroxybutyrate 
acetoacetate, p-hydroxybutyrate 
acetoacetate, p-hydroxybutyrate 

lactate 

lactate 

lactate 

phosphates, sulfates 

formate 

oxalate 

salicylate 

acetate 



Ketones 

+ 
+ 
+ 



Clues from the Clinical History 

The clinical history may be pivotal to establishing the correct 
diagnosis. Our patient's acute symptom onset and absent 
history of renal disease made the diagnosis of uremic acidosis 
unlikely. This was confirmed by a normal BUN. The creatinine 
elevation was unrelated to her renal function. Acetoacetate 
interferes with the widely used creatinine assay and thereby 
causes artificially elevated values. 1 Patients with uremic aci- 
dosis typically have a protracted onset with profound azotemia, 
but usually are not significantly acidemic because of chronic 
respiratory compensation. Respiratory insufficiency demands 
emergency treatment in these patients in order to avoid a 
rapidly progressive uncompensated acidosis, hyperkalemia, 
cardiovascular collapse and death. 

The history was also important in excluding toxic etiolo- 
gies. She specifically denied use of aspirin or ingestion of any 
substance intake that might contain methanol, ethylene glycol 
or paraldehyde which are the major toxins associated with 
anion gap acidosis (table 1). She had no history of similar 
episodes, making an inborn error of metabolism presenting at 
age 43 unlikely. 

Although lactic acidosis may be a consequence of ingest- 
ing several of the toxins listed above, severe acidosis is usually 
caused by tissue hypoxemia and anaerobic glycolysis associ- 
ated with sepsis, cardiogenic or hypovolemic shock or signifi- 
cant tissue hypoperfusion from vascular compromise. Our 
patient had no history of cardiovascular disease, shaking 
chills or fevers. Shock from sepsis or cardiac failure is always 
a grave concern in the acutely ill patient, but although our 
patient appeared acutely ill and had leukocytosis, she had no 
other physical or laboratory evidence to suggest a significant 
lactic acidosis. Less common causes of lactic acidosis include 



mitochondrial respiratory poisons such as cyanide, and car- 
bon monoxide; the source of lactate is again anaerobic glyco- 
lysis. Biguanides such as phenformin (no longer used as a 
hypoglycemic agent in the U.S .) and certain polycyclic sugars 
such as fructose may alter hepatic intermediary metabolism, 
either impairing catabolism of lactate or favoring its produc- 
tion because of shifts in redox potential (altered NAD+/ 
NADH ratio). 2 

Several causes of anion gap acidosis could also be ex- 
cluded by the presence of ketones in the urine (and on the 
patient's breath), e.g., renal failure, lactic acidosis, and sali- 
cylate, methanol, or ethylene glycol intoxication. She had no 
history of diabetes, but on further questioning did admit 
drinking "some beer" daily with no alcohol for the previous 
two days. The finding of a normal serum glucose therefore 
pointed to starvation or AKA. 



Treatment Strategies 

Treatment of the various forms of anion gap acidosis varies 
according to etiology (see table 2). Diabetic ketoacidosis 
predictably responds to volume and insulin, rarely (and con- 
troversially) requiring bicarbonate. Severe uremic acidosis 
requires emergent dialysis to prevent hyperkalemia and death. 
Lactic acidosis from shock requires prompt hemodynamic 
support including volume, pressors and inotropic agents, 
frequently bicarbonate, and treatment of the underlying cause 
(e.g., sepsis, cardiogenic shock). Other causes of severe lactic 
acidosis such as bowel infarction require intensive bicarbon- 
ate and intravenous fluid therapy followed by rapid removal 
of the underlying cause (necrotic tissue, drugs or toxins) for 
complete resolution. 



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Response to Treatment 

We chose to treat our patient initially with one liter of 5% 
dextrose in 0.45% NaCl containing lOOmEq of NaHC0 3 . The 
bicarbonate was initially added because she had a low serum 
HCO,- and elevated WBC count and we did not know whether 
she had a primary lactic acidosis or AKA. Thiamine was also 
given because of the presumptive diagnosis of chronic alcohol 
use. Repeat arterial blood gas two hours following this inter- 
vention revealed a pH=7.37, pa02=63.6mmHg, paC0 2 = 
16.5mmHg, and HC0 3 =9.5mEq/l. The patient's respiratory 



rate diminished and she reported feeling better. Because of the 
limited diagnostic and therapeutic resources at her local fa- 
cility, the patient was transferred to Duke University Medical 
Center. Repeat blood gas four hours after initial presentation 
revealed a pH=7.50, paO 2 =105mmHg, paC0 2 =24mmHg, and 
HC0 3 =19mEq/l. Blood chemistries showed Na=130mmol/1, 
K=3.3mmol/l, CL=89mmol/l, HC0 3 =15mEq/l, BUN=17mg/ 
dl, and Cr=3.4mg/dl with a calculated anion gap of 26. Repeat 
CBC showed that the hemoglobin had been diluted from 15 
gm/dl to 12.1 gm/dl with intravenous fluid therapy, and the 
WBC had decreased from 33,900 to 18,000/mm 3 . 



Table 2 

Initial Evaluation and Treatment 



Acidosis Suspected 



I 



History 

IDDM 

CRF 

ASCVD 

Drugs/ETOH 

Toxins 

Injuries 



Physical 

HR, BP 
JVD 

Heart 
Lungs 
Abdomen 
Skin 



Stat Labs 

ABG 
Glucose 
Electrolytes 
Urinalysis 



Primary Respiratory Acidosis 



Non-anion Gap Metabolic Acidosis 



Appropriate 
Therapy 



Anion Gap Acidosis 






Suspected Et 


iolog 


/ Initial Treatment 


Definitive Test / Rx 


Diabetic 

Ketoacidosis 




Insulin, Saline 


? Infection, compliance 


AKA 




Saline with Glucose 


RO other causes 


Shock: 

Cardiogenic 




Fluids, pressors (? bicarbonate* 


1 Treat cardiac etiology 


Hypovolemic 




Fluids (Ringers), blood 


Treat underlying cause 


Septic 




Fluids, pressors 


Antibiotics, identify source 


Tissue necrosis (e.g. 


bowel) 


Bicarbonate, Ringers 


Surgery ! 


Renal Failure 




? EKG changes: 

calcium, bicarbonate 
insulin + glucose 


Dialysis 


Drug 




Gavage, activated charcoal 


Osmolar gap, tox screen 
Possible dialysis, supportive 


Salicylates 




Consider bicarbonate' 


Forced alkaline diuresis 


Toxins 






Osmolar gap, tox screen 


Ethylene Glycol 




Consider bicarbonate' 


ETOH infusion, dialysis 


Methanol 




Consider bicarbonate' 


ETOH infusion, dialysis 


Paraldehyde 




Consider bicarbonate* 


Supportive 

(consider fluid restriction) 



" Sodium bicarbonate is usually reserved for the more severe cases or when pH is < 7.0 



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Specialized laboratory tests were performed to confirm 
the ketoacidosis and attempt to establish, or at least exclude, 
specific etiologies. Serum ketones were strongly positive at a 
1 :32 dilution, corresponding to an acetoacetate concentration 
of about 320mg/dl. An assay for serum volatile substances 
revealed only acetone, without ethanol, methanol, ethylene 
glycol or isopropanol. There was no abnormal serum osmolar 
gap. A screen for common drugs and toxins revealed an 
absence of salicylates, cocaine, benzodiazepines, opiates, 
phencyclidine, acetominophen, or tricyclic antidepressants. 
These measurements established (essentially by exclusion) 
that our patient most likely suffered from the syndrome of 
alcoholic ketoacidosis. 

The patient was admitted to the general medicine ward 
and treated with intravenous fluid therapy. Over the next 24 to 
36 hours her metabolic derangements corrected. The meas- 
ured serum creatinine value returned to normal as the serum 
ketones were cleared. Subsequent history obtained from family 
members confirmed our assumption that she was a chronic 
ethanol abuser. She had been drinking heavily for several days 
during the week prior to admission, but had abruptly stopped 
drinking about two to three days before presentation because 
of the onset of abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, pre- 
sumably due to alcoholic gastritis. She made an uneventful 
recovery. 



Discussion 

Pathophysiology 

The syndrome of alcoholic ketoacidosis bears a misnomer. 
The pathophysiology involves not a direct toxic effect of 
ethanol but the metabolic consequences of prolonged, heavy 
ethanol ingestion followed by an abrupt cessation of drinking. 
The typical history includes one of chronic alcoholism with a 
recent binge associated with poor carbohydrate intake, fol- 
lowed by one to three days of anorexia, nausea and vomiting 
due to alcoholic gastritis, esophagitis, pancreatitis or hepati- 
tis, or other supervening acute illness resulting in poor oral 
intake and cessation of alcohol ingestion. 3 Moderate-to-se- 
vere volume contraction appears to be an absolute require- 
ment for development of significant ketoacidosis. Multiple 
factors may contribute to hypovolemia including poor oral 
intake while drinking, exposure with increased insensible 
losses, ethanol inhibition of ADH secretion (diuretic effects), 
hyperemesis, and diarrhea. Frequently volume contraction is 
exacerbated by GI blood loss, which is common in alcoholics 
from a variety of sources (e.g. varices, esophagogastritides, 
Mallory-Weiss tear, peptic ulcer). 

Typically the blood alcohol concentration on presenta- 
tion is zero. Ethanol chronically inhibits hepatic ketogenesis 
and gluconeogenesis, and promotes lipolysis. 35 When the 
patient ceases ethanol intake as described, ketogenesis is 
disinhibited and the large accumulation of serum free fatty 



acids are actively taken up by the liver and converted to 
ketones. 

Several other pathophysiological mechanisms also con- 
tribute to the accumulation of ketoacids. Volume contraction 
impairs urinary clearance of ketones, and is probably also 
responsible for the stimulation to increased secretion of "stress" 
hormones including epinephrine, Cortisol, glucagon and growth 
hormone, which in turn aggravate ketosis both by stimulating 
lipolysis and ketone production and by inhibiting insulin 
secretion. 3 Insulin is essential for ketone utilization in periph- 
eral tissues. Therefore very low insulin levels result in a block 
in ketone uptake. 3 5 

The diagnosis also depends on the exclusion of alterna- 
tive diagnoses by history, physical exam and laboratory 
evaluation. Measurement of elevated free fatty acid and 
Cortisol concentrations may help establish the diagnosis, but 
these tests are not readily available and are probably not 
necessary. 



Physiologic Basis of Treatment 

Treatment is aimed at reversing the pathophysiologic mecha- 
nisms responsible for the development of alcoholic ketoaci- 
dosis. First and foremost, volume depletion must be corrected 
aggressively in order to reduce the stress response associated 
with hypovolemia and promote urinary excretion of keto- 
acids. 3-5 The addition of glucose to the intravenous fluids is 
useful in that it stimulates insulin secretion, which in turn 
suppresses hepatic ketogenesis and promotes peripheral tis- 
sue utilization of ketones. 6 Although AKA is often character- 
ized by relatively low insulin levels, adjunctive insulin treat- 
ment in AKA neither speeds recovery nor improves outcome, 
and may place the patient at undue risk of hypoglycemia. 
Bicarbonate may be given, but is probably unnecessary and is 
potentially harmful if the arterial pH is greater than 7.20. 
Bicarbonate was initially added to the resuscitation fluid in the 
present cause because of a low HC0 3 of 2mEq/l and the 
inability to rapidly rule out significant lactic acidosis due to 
sepsis (WBC > 33,000/mm 3 ). This eventually led to a mild 
alkalosis (pH 7.5) as the syndrome resolved. Other aspects of 
treatment are directed at the precipitating or concomitant 
medical complications (infectious, inflammatory, hemor- 
rhagic, etc.), as well as attention to the very real possibility that 
the patient may have a mixed disorder (e.g. DKA + AKA or 
AKA + lactic acidosis). 

The patient may appear to worsen if treatment is moni- 
tored by measuring urine ketones. In alcoholic ketoacidosis, 
the concentration of b-hydroxybutyrate is five- to sevenfold 
greater than that of acetoacetate. In contrast, diabetic ketoaci- 
dosis is characterized by b-hydroxybutyrate concentrations 
only two- to threefold those of acetoacetate. The commonly 
used nitroprusside (Acetest) assay for urinary ketones is 
insensitive to b-hydroxybutyrate, measuring only acetoace- 
tate. This assay may thereby underestimate the severity of the 



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ketoacidosis, or miss the diagnosis altogether, especially if 
there is arelative excess of b-hydroxybutyrate as compared to 
acetoacetate. As ketones begin to be utilized the b-hydroxybu- 
tyrate is converted to acetoacetate; the measured urinary 
ketones may increase initially with appropriate treatment. 4 - 5 
This actually indicates that the patient is getting better, not 
worse. Response to treatment is therefore best monitored by 
arterial blood gases and serum chemistries (especially bicar- 
bonate and the anion gap). If treated aggressively and compre- 
hensively, most patients make a complete and rapid recovery. 



Conclusions 

Severe acidosis may be life threatening, leading ultimately to 
cardiac arrest and death. The acutely ill, acidotic patient 
requires rapid evaluation to establish at least a working 
diagnosis in order to promptly initiate treatment A limited 
number of simple clinical observations and common "stat" 
laboratory tests enable the practitioner to quickly narrow 
potential etiologies to the point that effective treatment can be 
initiated and the patient's response can be monitored. This 
case illustrates how the prompt evaluation of a seriously ill 
patient using a brief history, physical examination and a few 
"stat" labs can result in the early institution of appropriate 
treatment, avoid unnecessary delays in intervention, and 
improve the chances of a good outcome. □ 



Acknowledgment 

We thank Eugenio Hernandez for his helpful review of the 
manuscript 



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Yohimbine exerts a stimulating action on the mood and may increase 
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2. Goodman, Gilman — The Pharmacological basis 
of Therapeutics 6th ed., p. 176-188. 
McMillan December Rev. 1/85. 

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THE NAMES AND FACES OF MEDICINE 



Wilms' Tumor 



CT scan of a young woman with Wilms' 

Tumor revealing a large heterogeneous 

mass of the left kidney. 



Max Wilms, like so many pioneering physicians who are 
remembered today in association with but one small facet of 
their life's work, pursued amazingly diverse medical interests 
hardly revealed by his modern remembrance for "Wilms' 
tumor." 

Born the son of a lawyer in 1867 in Aachen, Germany, 
Max Wilms received his formal education in Munich, Mar- 
burg, and Bonn, and was graduated in Berlin in 1890. His 
medical training mirrored his undergraduate education in both 
breadth and diversity. He began with an interest in pathology, 
studying and serving as an assistant at the Institute of Pathol- 
ogy in Giessen. It was here, during the early years of his 
medical career, that he published his work entitled "Die 
Mischgeschwuelste" (mixed tumors) concerning tumors of 
the ovaries, testicle, head and neck, bladder, kidney, and other 
organs. This monograph contains his description of a patient 
with the tumor that now bears his name: "a three year old girl 
with a tumor of the kidney which had grown to immense 
proportions in a short time." He includes a description of the 
clinical course of this patient and histologic features of the 
tumor. Wilms is credited with the first acceptable classifica- 
tion of "mixed tumors" based upon their embryologic origins, 
in contrast to the former system by which these tumors were 
classified according to their most dominant histologic fea- 
tures. 

Despite these important insights into the pathologic clas- 
sification of mixed tumors, Max Wilms was most well known 
in his own time for his work in the field of surgery. Following 
his pathology training, Wilms studied internal medicine for 
two years in Cologne, then moved to Leipzig, where he 
studied surgery as an assistant to the famous Professor Tren- 
delenberg, and was himself promoted to the post of professor 
of surgery in 1904. Wilms established his reputation early 
with his work entitled "Der Ileus" (The Ileus). He subse- 
quently published on a wide range of topics including fracture 




surgery, traumatic heart surgery, and techniques of tendon 
suturing, to mention but a few. His professional advancement 
proceeded rapidly; he was named Professor of Surgery at 
Basel in 1907, then promoted to Chair of Surgery at Hei- 
delberg in 1910. At the peak of his career, he served as editor 
of a widely read textbook of surgery that was translated into 
five languages. His life came to an unfortunately premature 
end, however, in 1 9 1 8, at the age of 5 1 , when he died of septic 
diphtheria. Ironically, he contracted this illness after contami- 
nating himself while operating on a French prisoner of war. 
The Frenchman subsequently recovered. 

Some of the more interesting features of Wilms's life 
work can be found in the innovative approach he took to 
several technical and scientific problems. He pioneered the 
perineal prostatectomy, utilizing an off-center surgical ap- 
proach with which he was reportedly able to perform the entire 
procedure in four to five minutes! He also invented a device 
that enabled him to externally tamponade the post-operative 
prostatic bed through the rectum, and thus limit bleeding 
complications. His scientific interests served not only as a 
model for progressive surgeons, but also for those interested 
in oncology. He pursued interests and developed experimen- 
tal practices which one could consider forerunners of modern 
experimental oncology. Wilms studied the dynamics of tumor 
growth by implanting tissue into the abdominal cavities of 
experimental animals. He was also perhaps the first individual 
to investigate the effect of x-rays on the prostate gland. 

By today's standards, Max Wilms must certainly be 
considered a renaissance man of medicine, with clinical 
interest and expertise in pathology, and medicine, and a 
successful career in academic surgery, as well as research 
interest in tumor biology and the effects of x-rays on tissues. 
His early pathologic investigations, for which he is remem- 
bered today, comprise but a small portion of the clinical and 
scientific range of his medical career. 



Stephen C. King, MD, Division of Radiation Oncology, Duke University 
Medical Center, Durham 27710. 



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Lindane Toxicity 

Ronald B. Mack, M.D. 



I have heard you say that you hated the story of Beowulf; 1 I 
don't know why, he always spoke well of you. Beowulf, you 
may recall, is the oldest known English epic and probably 
dates from the seventh or eighth century. It is a long narrative 
poem about people who are significant in the development of 
a nation. It is a folk epic that passed from generation to 
generation by wordof mouth and was ultimately committed to 
written form, author unknown. 

Our hero is of royal blood, with non-steroid induced 
incredible strength and remarkable courage, who destroys the 
giant dragons that menace the kingdom of his fellow aristo- 
crats. The lessons to be learned from his story include the 
profound thought that "we must all expect an end to life in this 
world; let him who can, find fame before death, because that 
is a dead man's best memorial." He also reminds us that 
"among all peoples it is only through those actions which 
merit praise that a man may prosper." All of us, men and 
women health care workers, try to slay the dragons of disease, 
every day and night, and sometimes these dragons are tiny, 
like Sarcoptes and Pediculi. 

One of the major weapons against these little monsters, 
scabies and lice, has been gamma benzene hexachloride, 
a.k.a. lindane, GBH, Kwell®. This paper was prompted by a 
recent phone call, in the dead of night, from a colleague who 
had a little patient who swallowed some Kwell®. I found the 
episode ironic because we are now in that part of the 20th 
century where safer products are now available for the treat- 
ment of scabies and lice. Is lindane going to leave the scene, 
not with a whimper but with a bang? (The ingesting toddler did 
well, by the way.) 



From the Department of Pediatrics, Bowman Gray School of Medi- 
cine, Wake Forest University, 300 S. Hawthorne Dr., Winston- 
Salem 27103. 



Gamma benzene hexachloride was initially synthesized 
by Michael Faraday in 1825 but the pure alpha, beta, gamma 
and delta isomers were not isolated until 1943 by J.C. Smart. 2 
The use of hexachlorocyclohexane as an insecticide was 
attempted by investigators in 1942 but it was the gamma 
isomer alone that proved to be an effective insecticide and 
until recently was considered the pediculocide and scabicide 
of choice in this country, available as a shampoo, cream or 
lotion. The most controlled efficacy studies were done over 30 
years ago. This drug has been considered quite effective 
against the aforementioned pests, but at a price, for some at 
least. Some elegant studies, in 1974 , 3 documented the disturb- 
ing fact that percutaneous absorption and urinary excretion of 
lindane occurs in humans. If a tracer dose of lindane is 
administered intravenously to a person, 25% appears in the 
urine over a five-day period. Percutaneous absorption became 
the bete noire of some of the clinicians and patients involved 
with this drug, and there's the rub, although it is very well 
absorbed via the gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts as well. 

Gamma benzene (lindane) is in a notorious group of 
insecticides known collectively as chlorinated hydrocarbons. 4 
This group of chemicals also includes toxaphene, mirex, and 
chlordecone, etc. These compounds share many properties 
with DDT. Chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides are com- 
monly used in agriculture, structural insect control and ma- 
laria prevention programs. 5 Many such products are now 
banned from commercial use because they have the ability to 
persist in the environment and accumulate in mammalian 
biologic systems (that includes us, dude). 



Chlorinated Hydrocarbon 
Insecticides 

The chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides are of low molecu- 
lar weight and quite fat-soluble. 6 As the body stores of these 
chemicals decrease in exposed humans, the half-lives of the 
remaining chemicals markedly increase, probably because of 



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the complex lipoprotein binding. The differentorganochlorine 
compounds have very different metabolic storage and excre- 
tion rates. For example, it can take months to years to excrete 
DDT, mirex, kepone and the beta isomer of benzene hydro- 
chloride. For aldrin, dieldrin, heptachlor and hexachlorben- 
zene, excretion could require weeks to months. Within hours 
to only a few days, endrin, chlordane, toxaphene and meth- 
oxychlor are excreted or metabolized. Our subject, lindane, is 
eliminated within one to two weeks. This class of compounds 
is primarily excreted in the feces. 

The main toxic effect of chlorinated hydrocarbon expo- 
sure appears to be interference with axonal transmission of 
nerve impulses by disruption of the normal flow of sodium 
and potassium ions across the axon membrane as nerve 
impulses pass. 5,7 Slowing of the repolarization of nerve cell 
membranes then results in the propagation of multiple action 
potentials for each stimulus. Unlike the commonly used 
organophosphate insecticides, the chlorinated hydrocarbons 
do not result in a depression of cholinesterase enzymes. The 
interference with transmission of nerve impulses occurs espe- 
cially in the brain, resulting in behavioral changes, involun- 
tary muscle activity and depression of the respiratory center. 
Some of these potentially toxic compounds are carcinogenic." 
For example, lindane has been shown to produce hepatomas 
in rodents. In addition, some of these insecticides can sensitize 
the myocardium to the dysrhythmic effects of catecholamines 
as well as inducing renal or hepatic injury. 

Chlorinated hydrocarbons are often classified according 
to how toxic they are. 5 The highly toxic group has an animal 
oral LD 50 of < 50 mg/kg and includes aldrin, eldrin and 
dieldrin. Low toxicity, animal oral LD^ of > 1 gram/kl, is 
characteristic of ethylan, hexachlorobenzene and 
methoxychlor. Our subject for today, lindane, is considered in 
the moderately toxic group with an animal oral LD^ of > 50 
mg/kg and includes chlordane, heptachlor, mirex and 
toxaphene. As little as 1 gram of lindane ingested by a child 
can produce seizures, and a dose of 10 to 30 grams is con- 
sidered lethal for an adult. Ingestion of less than one teaspoon 
of 1% lindane in a child, and less than a tablespoon in adults, 
is unlikely to cause any symptoms. Lindane is partially 
metabolized in the liver and its primary metabolite, 2,3,4,6- 
tetrachlorophenol, is then excreted in the urine. 8 Lindane is 
also rapidly eliminated in the stool, urine and breast milk. 

Acute lindane poisoning can occur from indiscriminate 
therapeutic use or misuse (e.g., frequent dermal application to 
a child) or suicide attempt. 8 The principal clinical adversities 
of lindane poisoning involve the gastrointestinal tract and the 
central nervous system (CNS). Symptoms and signs of toxic- 
ity usually develop within one-half to six hours post exposure. 
The first abnormal clinical features are vomiting and diarrhea 
followed by excessive stimulation of the central nervous 
system which includes extreme irritability in response to 
external stimuli, intermittent muscle spasm, remarkable rest- 
lessness, tonic-clonic convulsions, collapse and death. These 
unhappy consequences occur from an ingestion or a large skin 



contamination. Speaking of the skin, lindane is absorbed 
through the skin, as has already been mentioned, and is 
absorbed even more avidly through abraded or eczematoid 
skin (such as in the excoriated areas of skin seen in patients 
with scabies). The bottom line of toxicity after excessive 
exposure to insecticides such as Kwell® is central s stimula- 
tion, resulting in seizures and respiratory depression secon- 
dary to the seizures.' 

At our shop we did not use Kwell° in preschool children 
but opted for Eurax 19 (crotamiton) instead; this latter topical 
agent was probably not as efficient but was, in our opinion, 
much safer. There are many cases in the literature of awesome 
CNS complications occurring after improper dermal applica- 
tion of lindane. Examples include a four-month-old who 
experienced increased muscle tone and posturing 24 hours 
after undergoing a total body application of 1% lindane; 10 an 
18-month-old who suffered seizures after two total body 
applications of the same product; 11 and a four-year-old who 
received one total body application and experienced coma and 
a seizure. 12 There are plenty of other cases, of course, all quite 
similar. 

In this end of the century there is probably no need to use 
gamma benzene products against the enemies of the hair and 
skin, lice and scabies. We do not need giant-killers against 
these small but unwelcome invaders. For pediculosis capititis, 
the literature claims that a 10-minute application of 1% 
permethrin cream (Nix®), available over the counter (OTC), is 
therapeutically superior to a single four-minute application of 
1% lindane shampoo. 13 Another safe product (so far) is RID®, 
a pyrethrin combined with piperonyl butoxide, also OTC. In 
a recent study, 14 these two products seem to be of equal 
efficacy. After therapy, combing out the nits with a fine comb 
is a time-honored and apparently useful adjunct. 

Even more exciting, from a toxicological point of view, 
is the elimination of Kwell" in the treatment of scabies and the 
substitution of 5% permethrin cream a.k.a. Elimite 8 . The 
major ingredient is a pyrethroid, a synthetic pyrethrin, that is 
active on ticks, fleas, mites and lice as well as scabies. This 
chemical acts on the nerve cell of the arthropod to disrupt the 
sodium channel current by which the polarization of the cell 
membrane is regulated. 15 Delayed repolarization and paraly- 
sis of the pests are the results of this biochemical insult. 
(Goody, so long you cruddy pests, who needs ya! !) Very little 
of this chemical is absorbed into the human body percutane- 
ously and it is designed for single-application treatment of 
Sar -copies scabiei. Elimite® is considered safe for anyone over 
the age of two months. (Good-bye also to Kwell®, you will not 
be missed.) 



Diagnosis and Treatment 

Before we bid a final arrivederci to Kwell® and the gang we 
need to figure out what to do when faced with a toxic 
encounter with this stuff; there is plenty of it available and 



NCM J / February 1991 , Volume 52 Number 2 77 



probably will be for a while. To begin, diagnosis is based on 
the history of exposure and clinical exhibition of abnormal 
signs and symptoms. Lindane can be measured in the serum by 
gas-liquid chromatographic methods. 9 Levels are useful in 
documenting toxicity after the acute situation has resolved; 
the levels, however, are not thought to be useful for clinical 
management. 16 

In those patients who ingest Kwell 9 accidentally or on 
purpose, ipecac-induced emesis is probably not a great idea 
since seizures can occur quite quickly and without fair warn- 
ing. Gastric lavage is a consideration in patients seen soon 
after ingestion, or who are in coma. If seizures are present, 
control them before lavage, of course. The administration of 
activated charcoal seems wise. 7 ' 9 This can be followed by one 
dose of a cathartic, such as sorbitol. Do not, however, admini- 
ster milk, oils or fatty foods as they enhance absorption. 
Avoid adrenergic amines, as chlorinated hydrocarbons sensi- 
tize the myocardium and could increase myocardial irritabil- 
ity. (Did you forget this? for shame!!) If the exposure was 
dermal and the patient became symptomatic quite quickly, 
wash the area, very thoroughly, as your mom would, with soap 
and water. 

The one worry we all have is the prospect of seizures 
occurring secondary to lindane exposure, regardless of portal 
of entry into the body. Intravenous diazepam is the drug of 
choice for this complication. If it fails to stop the seizures, give 
phenobarbital, cautiously. 9 Dialysis and exchange transfusion 
probably are futile, but a recent case report documents a 
successful attempt at lowering the lindane level in a toxic 
teenager by using hemoperfusion. 17 This latter method is not 
the method of choice, however, because of the large volume 
of distribution of this chemical. A newer approach would 
employ repeated doses of activated charcoal or cholestyram- 
ine resin to enhance elimination (not of the patient, you silly!!) 
of the chlorinated hydrocarbon, by interrupting enterohepatic 
circulation. 3 ' 8 ' 16 

As you go forth each day, ready to slay the "dragons" who 
attack your patients and make them ill , remember the words of 
Beowulf, who tries to teach us how we ought to behave when 
we are without hope, when everything is transient: "Unless 
you are already doomed, fortune is apt to favor the person who 
keeps their nerve." 

I dedicate this article to a fallen colleague, Dr. Marc 
Browning, who seemed to be able to conquer his patients' 
dragonsbutnot the big ugly one that attacked him. This warm, 
talented nephrologist left us and his family much too early, but 
not before leaving the world a better place than when he found 
it. His family exhibited grace under pressure in a manner that 
should be an example to all of us lesser mortals. Hail and 
farewell, my friend, you will be missed. □ 



References 

1 Radice B, Baldrick R (Eds). Beowulf. New York: Penguin 
Books, 1957. 

2 Solomon LM, et al. Lindane. Arch Dermat 1977; 1 13:353- 
7. 

3 Feldman RJ Maiback HI. Percutaneous penetration of 
some pesticides and herbicides in man. Toxicol Appl 
Pharmacol 1974;28:126-32. 

4 Gilman AG, Rail TW, et al. Goodman and Gilman's 
pharmocological basis of therapeutics. New York: Perga- 
mon Press, 1990, pp. 1628-30. 

5 Woo OF. Chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticides in Olson 
KR, et al, Poisoning and Drug Overdose. Norwalk, Conn.: 
Appleton and Lange, 1990, pp. 1 17-8. 

6 Mack RB. Other Insecticide Poisoning (Nicotine, Pyre- 
thrin and Chlorinated Hydrocarbon). In: The Clinical 
Practice of Emergency Medicine, Ann L. Harwood-Nuss, 
M.D. (Ed.) Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1990. 

7 Bryson PD. Comprehensive Review in Toxicology, sec- 
ond ed. Rockville, MD: Aspen Publication 1989, pp. 527- 
9. 

8 Marcus SM. Lindane. Clinical Toxicology Review 
1987;10:1. 

9 Micromedex Inc., Poisindex. Lindane. 1990;65. 

10 Pramanik AK, et al. Transcutaneous gamma benzene 
absorption and toxicity. Arch Dermatol 1979;1 15:1224- 
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1 1 Telch J, et al. Acute intoxication with lindane. Can Med 
Assoc J 1982;126:662-3. 

12 Lee B, et al. Transcutaneous poisoning during treatment. 
Pediatrics 1977;59:643. 

13 Brandenberg K, et al. 1% permethrin cream rinse vs. 1% 
lindane shampoo in treating tinea capitis. AJDC 
1986;140:894-6. 

14 Carson DS, et al. Pyrethrins combined with piperonyl 
butoxide (RID®) vs. 1% permethrin (NIX«) in the treat- 
ment of head lice. AJDC 1988;142:768-9. 

15 Mack RB. He came, he shaw, he conquered — pyrethrin 
insecticide poisoning. NCMJ 1989;50:509. 

16 Ellenhorn MJ, Barceloux DG. Medical Toxicology. New 

York: Elsevier, 1988, pp. 1078-80. 

17 Daerr W, et al. Hamoperfusion. Dtsch Med Wschr 
1985;110:1253-5. 



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ness; 
2)autonomic hyperactivity: sweating, heart pounding or 

racing, cold, clammy hands, dry mouth; 
3) apprehensive expectation: lamentation, worry and an- 
ticipation that something bad will happen, fear of faint- 
ing or dying; 
4) vigilance: apprehensive expectation causing impatience 
and being on edge. 



Psychological or Physical Origin 

Once people have been diagnosed as having an anxiety 
condition or disorder it is important to determine whether it 
has a psychological cause or is the consequence of a physical 
disease. Anxiety as a reaction to a physical illness may be due 
to 1) stress caused by the illness; 2) a manifestation of the 
medical condition itself; or 3) an adverse effect of medication 
being used to treat the disease. 

Establishing whether anxiety is the result of a physical 
illness or not requires a thorough personal history and physi- 



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cal examination. Your physician will be interested in any 
past psychiatric problems you or your family have experi- 
enced. Lack of any such experience or history increases the 
likelihood of a physical cause for the anxiety. 

Anxiety associated with physical illness 

1) Thyroid diseases - both hypothyroidism and hyperthy- 
roidism 

2) Pneumonia 

3) Hyperparathyroidism such as parathyroid adenoma 

4) Arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease and paroxys- 
mal atrial tachycardia 

5) Pheochromocytoma (not necessarily associated with 
hypertension) 

6) Vestibular nerve disease (true vertigo and not dizzi- 
ness) 

7) Psychomotor epilepsy 

8) Drug and alcohol withdrawal 
10) Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) 

Anxiety associated with psychiatric diseases 

1) Depression 

2) Schizophrenia 

3) Substance abuse disorder 

4) Depersonalization disorder (a fairly rare disorder) 

5) Adjustment disorder 

6) Personality disorder 

7) Hysteria 

8) Borderline personality disorder 

Symptoms 

In spite of the pervasive nature of anxiety disorders, they 
often go undiagnosed. One reason for this is the diversity of 
symptoms associated with anxiety. Many physical and 

psychological problems have 
the same types of symp- 
toms so misdiagnosis 
can and does happen. 
Here is just a partial list 
of the symptoms asso- 
ciated with anxiety 
disorder: anorexia 




(lack of appetite), chest pain, choking sensation, diarrhea, 
dizziness, dry mouth, dyspnea (shortness of breath), faint- 
ness, fatigability, figiditiness, flushing, headache, hot or cold 
flashes, hyperventilation, jumpiness, light headedness, lump 
in throat, muscle aches, muscle tension, nausea, palpitations, 
restlessness, sexual dysfunction, shakiness, smothering sen- 
sation, stomach pain, sweating, trembling, unsteady feeling, 
urinary frequency, vertigo and vomiting. 



Examples of anxiety disorders 
Panic attack 

In recent years, with better understanding and classification 
of the anxiety disorders, psychiatrists have been able to 
delineate a specific, diagnosable entity called panic disorder. 
This disorder is characterized by acute episodes marked by 
feelings of terror, discomfort, tension and apprehension. 
Untreated theseattacks begin to occur with greater frequency, 
and people who suffer from them begin to have anticipatory 
anxiety. After several panic attacks they will start to engage 
in avoidance behaviors such as stay ing inside, not driving and 
limiting interaction with other people. This condition, called 
agoraphobia, is very serious and can lead to severe depression 
and, in certain cases, suicide. 

Symptoms of panic attack are as follows: 

1) dyspnea (difficulty breathing) 

2) palpitation or heart racing 

3) chest pain with discomfort 

4) a choking or smothering sensation 

5) dizziness, vertigo or unsteady feelings 

6) a feeling of unreality 

7) paresthesia (burning, itching, tingling skin) 

8) hot and cold flashes 

9) sweating 

10) faintness 

11) trembling or shakiness 

12) fear of dying or going crazy or doing something 
uncontrollable 

Simple phobias 

Simple phobias have been known to man since recorded 
history. The most common simple phobias are those associ- 
ated with small animals or insects such as cockroaches, rats 
or snakes. Simple phobia is normal in children and usually 
disappears as they get older. 

Some people have phobias about objects such as trains or 
airplanes. People suffering from simple phobia do not 
respond to drugs, and the only treatment is behavioral desen- 
sitization. Desensitization is a behavioral modification pro- 
cess whereby people are gradually, under very controlled 
circumstances, exposed to the object or animal that they fear. 
By slow, step-by-step methods people become less sensitive 
to the object or animal and eventually lose their phobia. 



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Social phobias 

People suffering from social phobias have a persistent, irra- 
tional fear of, and a compelling desire to avoid, situations in 
which they may be exposed to scrutiny by others. Social 
phobias, in many instances, can cause people to become 
alcoholics and drug addicts. These people experience sig- 
nificant distress because they recognize that their fears are 
excessive or unreasonable. 

Obsessive-compulsive disorder 

People suffering from an obsessive-compulsive disorder find 
their lives being controlled by 1) thoughts and images that 
invade the consciousness and are experienced as senseless or 
repugnant and 2) behaviors that are repetitious and performed 
according to certain rules, which people suffering from the 
condition cannot change. In order for physicians to make a 
diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive behavior they must first 
rule out other mental disorders, such as schizophrenia or 
major depression and organic syndromes. 

Treatment of anxiety and phobia 

Anxiety is a killer. It must be taken seriously and treated as 
such. Treatment of anxiety will involve the following: 

1 . appropriate medications and desensitization for phobic 
behaviors; 

2. psychotherapy to address the psychosocial component 
of the disease; 

3. long range planning objectives to prevent relapses. 



Depression 

Depression is a pervasive disease. It is said to be a byproduct 
of industrialization and advances in civilization. Studies 
indicate that in the United States between 25-30% of the 
population will undergo a major depressive episode at one or 
more times in their lives. Some people suffer from chronic 
depression and others have a bout of depression due to an 
event in their life such as the death of a loved one or the loss 
of a job. In addition, there is the phenomenon of "double 
depression" which consists of acute episodes of depression 
superimposed on chronic depressive disorders. There are 
also many sub-categories of depression such as atypical 
depression, childhood depression, major depressive illness, 
depression associated with psychosis and depression asso- 
ciated with a medical illness. 

Fortunately, depression is one of the best understood 
psychiatric illnesses. Treatments are available for most types 
of depression with good results. The development of new 
medications and the support generated by psychotherapy 
have provided great relief to people suffering from illness. 

Symptoms of Depression 

Physicians seeing depressed people do not need them to 
describe their symptoms in order to ascertain that they are 



suffering from depression. Facial expression — or lack of 
expression — is an eloquent testimony of their illness. 

The following are the cardinal signs of depression: 
crying, sleep disturbance (early morning insomnia), low 
mood, loss of appetite, fatigue, poor memory, loss of interest, 
difficulty concentrating, weight loss, purposeless obsessive 
eating with no enjoyment, guilt, restlessness, irritability, 
death wishes, hopelessness, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts, 
fear of losing mind, suicide attempts, worthlessness, feeling 
angry about death, chronic band-like headache, difficult or 
painful menstruation, chronic diffuse pain , urinary frequency , 
constipation, abdominal pain, blurred vision, decreased to 
absent libido and lack of anything that is enjoyable. 

Classifications of Depression 

In recent years much has been done to eliminate theconfusion 
that has prevailed over the classification of depression. Here 
is a workable model used by many physicians: 

1) Grief reaction: normal brain chemistry, normal person- 
ality development, but having sustained a crushing 
loss. Grief reaction is temporary and passes on. 

2) Chronic depression: probably normal brain chemistry, 
but with abnormal personality development. Recent 
research denotes genetic implication of this type of 
depression and it is probable that it is passed from one 
generation to the next. It is more common in males than 
females. 

3) Major depressive illness: basically abnormal brain 
chemistry, for whatever reason, reversible by chemical 
therapy. Grouped together with this are reactive de- 
pression, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar depression 
and depressive equivalence. 

There are, of course, many variations of the above and 
none of the three basic categories is mutually exclusive. 
However, the oversimplification helps physicians sort out 
their therapeutic options. 

Depression associated with physical illness 

Illness in general has an inevitable and inseparable compan- 
ion that is depression. When people become ill they lose 
many of their freedoms. So it stands to reason that all 
illnesses are associated with some degree of depression. It is 
very important for senile patients to be evaluated because 
many times older patients with depression may be mislabeled 
as demented. This is called pseudodementia. As soon as the 
depression is treated the dementia disappears. 

Other medical conditions that almost always have some 
mixture of depression are: gallstones and gallbladder dis- 
ease, kidney stones, cancer of the pancreas, cancer of the 
lungs, cancer of the colon, myasthenia gravis, multiple scle- 
rosis, lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, renal failure 
(patients on dialysis), other connective tissue diseases. In the 
clinical evaluation of depression thyroid abnormality mustbe 
ruled out. 



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Hyperparathyroidism 

Many patients who suffer from chronic pain, often are diag- 
nosed as hypochondriacs. "Hypochondriacs" may indeed 
have hyperparathyroidism. These patients have had kidney 
stones, gall stones and ulcer disease. They are chronically 
depressed and experience constant chronic pain. 

Adenomas (tumors) of the parathyroid glands are the 
culprits. They cause elevation of calcium, depletion of 
phosphorus and demineralization of bones and teeth. Unfor- 
tunately people suffering from undiagnosed hyperparathy- 
roidism sometimes pick up the label of a hypochondriac. 
These people suffer in silence and their depression mounts. 

One successful treatment for these patients has been the 
surgical removal of the adenoma. Their calcium level comes 
down to normal within one hour postoperatively and the 
depression and clinical hysteria disappear. 

Finally, depression is always present in association with 
chronic medical conditions. By the year 2000, 13 percent of 
the US population will be over 65 years of age. As our senior 
citizen population increases, physicians will be faced with 
caring for an expanding number of people with one or more 
chronic medical conditions. 



Neurological illnesses, cardiac disease, rheumatoid ar- 
thritis and cancer all carry with them elements of depression. 
Major depression is commonly associated with frequent use 
of the healthcare system, chronic medical symptom amplifi- 
cation, increased functional disability, poor compliance and 
increased medical illness and death. Depression frequently 
goes undiagnosed, which can lead to prolonged patient suf- 
fering and risk of inadvertent injury. 

Conclusion 

Depression not only presents itself in pure form, but often is 
associated with many other illnesses. The graying of America 
will require better diagnostic skills and the acknowledgment 
and treatment of depression as a separate entity by the 
medical profession. This in turn will allow people to suffer 
less and ensure them a better quality of life. 

Finally, many prescribed medications can cause depres- 
sion. If you are taking any kind of medicine and feel 
depressed or blue, talk it over with your doctor. Often 
patients and physicians engage in a mutual conspiracy of 
silence, causing problems that could be prevented. q 



1991 

April, May, June: 
Teenage Pregnancy/Infant Mortality 

July, August, September: 

Nutrition 

October, November, December: 

Medicare 



84 NCMJ / February 1991, Volume 52 , Number 2 



Reflections on MS 



Teresa Nesbitt, D.V.M., Ph.D. 



The first time I ever had to think about Multiple Sclerosis was 
21 years ago. Our family was on vacation at the cottage and 
Suzi, age 17, was having trouble getting up on water skis for 
the first time since she had learned how to ski eight years 
earlier. It was odd. Most of the time she seemed OK, but she 
had a hard time negotiating the 20 or so cement stairs that led 
from the lake up to the cottage, and she seemed unusually tired 
after making it to the top. When we got back home Mom and 
Dad took her to our pediatrician who referred her to a neurolo- 
gist After a brief hospitalization, she was discharged with a 
probable diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, although they admit- 
ted that she was uncharacteristically young. I had never heard 
of MS so I went to my information source, the World Book 
Encyclopedia, and read a brief but frightening description of 
the scenario in which my older sister (my best friend) had just 
been awarded a leading role. 

From the beginning it was something that was hard for all 
of us to understand and accept. Rather than facing it head-on 
as a cohesive fam ily , MS became a topic we never spoke about 
on any level. I'm not sure why we all went along with this 
approach; it was the path of least resistance and on a superfi- 
cial and short-term level it certainly was easier, but it was no 
more reality than Bush Gardens is Europe. With the clarity 
that hindsight offers, I now understand how detrimental it 
was to find ourselves "walking on eggshells" whenever we 
got close to the subject of MS. Without a doubt it is the major 
mistake that we made in our handling of the whole situation. 
MS was beginning to have an enormous impact on all of our 
lives but none of us were ever able to talk about it. If I could 
have those years back, I would do my part to make MS a topic 
that could be discussed openly and honesdy in our family; not 
just for Suzi's benefit but also for Mom and Dad. And my two 
brothers. And me. 



From the Division of Endocrinology, Department of Medicine, Duke 
University Medical Center, Durham 27710. 



Over the next several years, Suzi was graduated from 
high school and went on to college, but she was progressively 
having more trouble getting around. She and I began to grow 
apart once she went away to school, so I never really knew all 
the details, but over the years she had a variety of medical 
treatments which always led to the anticipation of meaningful 
improvement I don't think Dad or Suzi ever lost the ability to 
hope and maybe even expect that something would help 
eventually, but I know that I started losing that capacity early 
on when time and again our hopes were dashed by the failure 
of yet another promising treatment. 

When I finished high school, I too went on to college. In 
1973, while I was in nursing school, I began to experience a 
sensation of numbness and tingling in my right foot that 
wouldn ' t go away. I went to the student health clinic. I was told 
that the symptoms were probably from taking the Pill and not 
to worry about it. I hadn 't mentioned the fact that my sister had 
MS because I sure wasn't ready to hear that there was even a 
remote possibility that I too had it The following year I 
dropped out of the nursing program and applied to veterinary 
school. 

There were no visible signs when I received notice of my 
interview date. Since running down a flight of stairs wasn't 
part of the interview process, of course no one had any idea 
that I might have MS. I was easily accepted into the class of 
1978. Although I knew that I might have MS, I decided then 
that as long as the diagnosis had never even been suggested it 
wouldn't be an outright lie to live my life as a normal person. 
Furthermore I wanted to see just how far I could go before I'd 
have to open up about it Looking back on that time in my life, 
I'm not sure what I'd change about that decision. My family 
was becoming pretty dysfunctional because of their inability 
to deal with Suzi's progressive MS, and as I saw it, my 
announcement of a similar problem would have only made 
matters worse. Moreover, I was young and wanted to develop 
a career without the stigma of a progressive, degenerative 
neurologic disease. I knew that even if it didn't stop me 
physically, then the label alone could potentially be a problem 
and I didn't want (or know how) todeal with it. Sol wentahead 
with life as a normal, healthy person, except for this nagging 
uncertainty in the back of my mind. 



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After graduating from veterinary school, I did a 14-month 
rotating internship in small animal veterinary medicine and 
surgery with the intent of pursuing an academic career. It was 
during the summer of '79 in Athens, Georgia that I first rec- 
ognized that heat was a problem, but for the most part, I 
learned to avoid the situations that would get me in trouble 
(stairs or steep hills, running and becoming overheated). I 
completed a demanding internship without raising any out- 
side concerns. As for my own personal thoughts on the 
subject, I still didn't know whether I actually had this thing or 
not. If I did, it sure was unlike the course Suzi's MS had taken; 
she was in a wheelchair and not doing well at all, so either I was 
wrong about whether or not I had it or else MS was highly 
variable and unpredictable. So far there was no reason not to 
keep heading towards an academic career. 

This was the point, however, at which I would choose a 
different path if I had it to do over. Halfway through my 
internship I needed to begin the application process for a 
residency program. I debated between a small animal medical 
or surgical training program because I was most familiar with 
those two front-line clinical specialties, but what I really 
needed to take into serious consideration were the ancillary 
specialities of radiology, pathology, and immunology. At 
some subconscious level I questioned the wisdom of my de- 
cision, but in the end I applied for and was accepted into a 
small animal surgical residency. I knew that three years was 
going to be a long time to get through without further medical 
problems if I really did have MS (not to mention the rest of my 
career following the residency), but the possibility at least 
gave me the motivation to work hard. Those three years went 
by quickly, and as that large a time frame always provides, 
there were both joys and sorrows. I married a man I had met 
during my internship, and the residency was both interesting 
and challenging, so personally and professionally things were 
going well for a time. 

Then Suzi, who had been going downhill for several 
years, died of multi-organ failure after the surgical repair of a 
decubitus ulcer. She was 29 and I was 28. Her funeral was on 
a late October morning and the cold and gray mood of the day 
was rivaled only by our family's reaction to the whole thing. 
I'd never seen Dad cry before, nor have I since, but I'll never 
forget it. Mom completed a wall around her that day that she'd 
been building for some time, and I don't even remember what 
my brothers did, but true to form, none of us talked to each 
other about any aspect of it 

The natural course of events after completing a residency 
is to find an academic position in surgery at one of the 
veterinary schools. My husband was offered a position at the 
new veterinary school in Raleigh, but the school was young 
and didn't have a senior class in clinics yet and weren't hiring 
junior faculty. So I applied to the graduate program in pathol- 
ogy at Duke and we moved to North Carolina. Seven months 
later my husband and I separated; eight months after that I 
decided it was time to start to deal with the issue of whether or 
not I really had MS. 



While there wasn't much doubt in my own mind, I knew 
that people were going to be reluctant to believe it I would 
have to begin by obtaining a diagnosis. Over the years I had 
spent a great deal of effort ensuring that no one would be 
suspicious that there was a problem. I didn't arouse any 
concern as long as I avoided walking distances of more than 
a block or two, walking any distance in the dark, or going 
down a flight of stairs with any speed. It was surprisingly easy. 
Even my husband hadn't known, but now I was getting tired 
of try ing to conceal what was becoming a significant problem , 
and I was ready to start to confront it, I first saw a neurologist 
nine years after my initial symptoms began. He confirmed 
what I had increasingly suspected all that time. 



"I first saw a neurologist nine 
years after my initial symptoms 

began. He confirmed what I 

had increasingly suspected all 

that time." 



I've had eight years to learn how to tell family, friends, 
co-workers, neighbors, and people at church; how to deal with 
the frustrations of not being able to do all the things I want to 
do; how to ask for help; how to live through embarrassing 
moments like falling, or getting fatigued and more ataxic 
before reaching my destination without having a place to sit 
for a minute; and how to live with the likelihood of progres- 
sion. I would never have believed it eight years ago, but all of 
these things do get easier with time, although there are 
constant readjustments that have to be made. Things I would 
never have accepted years ago, I take pretty well in stride now. 
There are things that loom in the future that I can't even think 
about now but that I suppose will become more acceptable in 
time. Bobby Knight, head basketball coach of Indiana Univer- 
sity, referring to Landon Turner whose basketball career there 
was cut short when he became a paraplegic in a car accident, 
pretty much nailed it on the head when he said, "Anyone can 
play a hand of aces and play it well. It's a lot harder to play a 
hand of 3's and 4's." Indeed no one would volunteer to have 
MS or probably any disease for that matter, but when you 
don't have a choice you have to do your best to rise to the 
occasion and make it work. Mercifully, support doesn't have 
to come entirely from within. 

There is a palpable difference in the public's acceptance 
of people with disabilities now compared to even ten years 
ago. Not only have I personally observed some of these 
changes in awareness and attitudes, but there are clear signs in 
several areas. If you are sensitized to these issues, you'll see 



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a plethora of articles and editorials touting the principles of 
integrating people with disabilities into the mainstream of 
society. For the past two years, even the entertainment indus- 
try has provided evidence that attitudes are changing. In 1989 
"Rain Man" won an oscar for the best picture of the year. 
Admittedly Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise are popular, 
box-office sure bets. Regardless, the story of an autistic man 
is an unusual subject matter for such an esteemed award. Even 
more remarkable were the 1990 Academy Award results: the 
film "My Left Foot" won two oscars, one for best actor to 
Daniel Day-Lewis, and the other to Brenda Flicker for best 
supporting actress. This movie, based on the true story of the 
life of Christy Brown, a remarkable man with cerebral palsy, 
had neither well-known actors nor the typical Hollywood- 
style packaging and glitz, yet it earned high acclaim from a 
community of artists not recognized for their altruism. Fi- 
nally, and most significantly, legislation that rivals the Civil 
Rights Act of 1964 in importance and scope was recently 
signed into law. The Americans with Disabilities Act has had 
overwhelming bipartisan support since its inception and was 
signed by President Bush on July 26, 1990. Any controversy 
surrounding this bill reflects the tedious areas of applicability 
and definitions rather than the principles and purposes it is 
designed to uphold, but the issues at stake for both employers 
and people with disabilities will become clearer as the debate 
unfolds over the coming years. 

When I look back over the 37 years of my life I am struck 
and surprised by my ability to accept the unwelcome and 
unexpected changes that have occurred as a result of MS. 
While I have spent too many years in the past trying to fight 
(in a negative sense) and deny these things, I can now see that 
same energy is much better directed at discovering and devel- 
oping the possibilities that exist. There are, however, a couple 
of aspects of having MS with which I do have trouble. One of 
these is knowing how to handle the uncertainty , both function- 
ally and temporally, of progression. It makes planning for the 
future tenuous whether those decisions involve personal rela- 
tionships, career choices, travel, or investment options. The 
other thing I can't imagine growing accustomed to is trivial on 
a functional basis, but real to me just the same. As the physical 
limitations in my life become more profound, I do fewer of the 
things that I used to enjoy, and I simply miss them. I can 
vividly remember the feel, the sounds or the smells of the 
activities I used to enjoy most, such as bicycling, ice-skating, 
water-skiing, horseback riding, snow-skiing and taking long, 
exploring walks. I wish I could say that I never long to do them 
anymore, but the fact is that I do. It's curious; the fatigue and 
impairment in mobility are the most formidable problems I 
face on a day-to-day basis, but they are also the aspects of this 
disease that I know best how to deal with, at least at this point. 

Because having MS has changed my ability to do the 
things I used to take for granted, it's forced me to find 
enjoyment in other areas. Now I get a great deal of pleasure 
and even joy from working in my garden, listening to music 
and learning about the early composers, reading for pleasure, 



cooking for company and doing various kinds of needle work. 
I think I would have enjoyed these endeavors even if MS had 
never been part of the picture, but I don't think they would 
otherwise play such a large role in shaping and defining the 
person that I am outside of work. These activities are pretty 
sedentary, and for too long I allowed myself to become less 
and less active without finding a substitute outlet for physical 
work. Fortunately, I became involved with an exercise pro- 
gram about a year and a half ago, and now work out three times 
a week with stationary bicycles, nautilus equipment and pool 
aerobics. Additionally, I ride an Air-Dyne bicycle, use free 
weights and follow a taped stretching and muscle-toning 
routine at home on a daily basis. Exercise has become an 
important part of my life; the rewards that come from a 
commitment to such a regimen have been well worth the 
sacrifices. 



"...if there is a key to living with 

MS, I think it lies in maintaining 

an optimistic attitude and an 

interest in life." 



Finally, if there is a key to living with MS, I think it lies 
in maintaining an optimistic attitude and an interest in life. The 
hard part is figuring out how to do that, and it isn't simple 
because the solutions are as varied as people's interests and 
support systems. Furthermore, because of progression, new 
strategies have to be developed when the old ones no longer 
apply. For me, the major turning point in making this thing 
work came only after I finally accepted that it was real and 
wasn't going to go away. As I have become more comfortable 
with my MS, so have my friends. While people at airports and 
shopping malls are capable of some pretty rude comments, for 
the most part people, even total strangers, are very sympa- 
thetic and helpful, offering at least a friendly smile if not an 
open door. My most difficult problems with people are still 
with my family and especially with Mom. I don't know how 
we're ever going to get to an easy place with this, but I still 
have a lot to learn about living with MS and maybe in time, 
with some work, even this can be improved. □ 



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MEDICO-LEGAL MATTERS 

Tort Reform and Access to 
Obstetrical Care 

The Proposed North Carolina Birth Impairment Fund 

Lise K. Fondren, M.A., Michael K. Watterson, M.S.P.H., Thomas C. Ricketts, Ph.D., M.P.H. 



The current medical professional liability situation in the 
Unites States most profoundly affects physicians providing 
obstetrical care. Obstetrician/gynecologists (ob/gyns) experi- 
ence two to three times more malpractice claims than the 
average for physicians in all other specialties. 1 In a 1987 
survey by the American College of Obstetricians and Gyne- 
cologists (ACOG), 70.6% of ob/gyns reported they had at 
least one claim filed against them at some time during their 
careers. 2 The number and severity of claims has in turn 
affected the price and availability of medical malpractice 
insurance. 1 Between 1984 and 1987, malpractice premiums 
rose 70% for ob/gyns across the United States. The expense 
and lower relative availability of medical malpractice insur- 
ance for obstetrical providers has had severe consequences on 
the accessibility of their services, particularly for poor women 
and those living in rural areas. 1 Every year, there are increas- 
ing numbers of ob/gyns who cease to deliver babies. Surveys 
of the members of ACOG indicated that 9% stopped practic- 
ing obstetrics in 1983, 12.3% in 1985 and 12.4% in 1987. 2 This 
trend is somewhat less pronounced in North Carolina, where 
6.8% (n=28) of the ob/gyns responding to a 1989 survey dis- 
cussed in this report had stopped practicing obstetrics since 
1986. 

Family physicians, traditionally the primary providers of 
obstetrical care in rural areas, have also stopped providing 
obstetrical services in response to the increasing costs of 
liability insurance. The American Academy of Family Physi- 
cians (A AFP) reported that 23.3% of its members had stopped 
practicing obstetrics by 1985. ' On the state level, the number 
of family practitioners providing obstetrical services in North 
Carolina dropped from an estimated 500 to 150 physicians 
between 1985 and 1988, causing severe shortages of obstetri- 



From the North Carolina Rural Health Research Program, Univer- 
sity of North Carolina Health Services Research Center, Chapel Hill 
27514. 



cal providers, particularly in rural areas. 3 The number of 
physicians providing obstetrical care in nonmetropolitan areas 
nationwide has dropped 20% in the last five years. 1 

This report describes the problems of access to obstetrical 
services in North Carolina, with particular emphasis on the 
effects of a tort reform package that was introduced to the 
North Carolina General Assembly in the summer session of 
1990. We will look at North Carolina tort reform in light of 
similar tort reforms already enacted in other states, namely 
Virginia and Florida, and discuss other policy options to 
increase access to obstetrical care in North Carolina. 



Tort Reforms in Virginia and Florida, 
and the North Carolina Proposal 

As a consequence of the rising costs of medical malpractice 
liability insurance, the period between 1985 and 1989 has 
been characterized as a time of "crisis" in obstetrical access 
because of a perceived and real problem with the cost of 
medical malpractice liability insurance. Every state, with the 
exception of West Virginia, has enacted some sort of tort 
reform in an effort to reduce the number and severity of 
medical malpractice claims and thereby bring down the high 
cost of medical malpractice insurance. 1 These efforts have 
mostly involved limits on physician liability, ad damnum 
provisions, and limits on attorney's fees (ad damnum clauses 
disclose the amount of the award a plaintiff is seeking in a 
suit). 

In 1976, North Carolina passed several reforms to be 
included in its tort law in an effort to curb the high cost of 
medical malpractice insurance. 4 These included a reduction of 
the statute of limitations for filing a malpractice claim and the 
elimination of the use of ad damnum clauses for actions 
claiming over $10,000 in damages. However, none of the 
enacted tort reforms in North Carolina directly addressed the 
issue of skyrocketing obstetrical malpractice liability costs. 



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The most innovative tort reforms have been enacted in 
Virginia and Florida. In these states, claims involving birth- 
related neurological injuries, usually cerebral palsy syndrome, 
are compensated from an established fund on a no-fault basis 
(much like worker's compensation), thus taking such cases 
out of the tort system altogether. These plans vary slightly in 
how they are implemented, but more importantly in how then 
define a birth-related neurological impairment, as these defi- 
nitions determine who would be eligible for compensation. 

The Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Com- 
pensation Act (Injured Infant Act of 1988) was the first such 
no-fault compensation law dealing solely with medical liabil- 
ity, and was passed in response to a very real obstetrical care 
crisis. 5 In 1986, two of the state's medical malpractice liability 
carriers had declared they would no longer write new policies 
for obstetrical providers and a third insurer stated that it was 
ending coverage of all obstetricians practicing in medical 
groups of ten providers or less. As a result, one out of every 
four obstetricians in Virginia was at risk of losing malpractice 
liability insurance coverage upon expiration of 1987 policies. 
The Medical Society of Virginia responded by drafting a bill 
that would take certain birth-related injuries out of the tort 
system, with the anticipated result being smaller and more 
predictable jury awards and lower malpractice premiums. 
Since the bill was drafted in consultation with Virginia's 
malpractice insurance carriers, it was predicted that they 
would reenter the medical liability insurance market, as in- 
deed they did within days after passage of the bill. 

The Injured Infant Act of Virginia establishes a fund from 
which cases fitting the Act's definition of a birth-related 
neurological injury are compensated. Damages are not per- 
mitted to be sought through the tort system. Participation by 
obstetrical providers and hospitals in the program is not 
mandatory. The fund is maintained by a yearly assessment of 
$5,000 for participating physicians and a $50 fee for each 
delivery from participating hospitals. The fund is further 
enhanced by a $250 annual assessment from every licensed 
physician in the state. Those who participate are also required 
to provide obstetrical care for the indigent through local health 
departments. 

The Virginia statute defines "birth-related neurological 
injury" as "... an injury to the brain or spinal cord of an infant 
caused by the deprivation of oxygen or mechanical injury 
occurring in the course of labor, delivery or resuscitation in the 
immediate post-delivery period in a hospital which renders 
the infant permanently nonambulatory, aphasic, incontinent, 
and in need of assistance in all phases of daily living. This 
definition applies to live births only." The Virginia General 
Assembly, in its 1990 session, amended this definition to state 
that the injury must cause the infant to be permanently 
"motorically disabled and (i) developmentally disabled or (ii), 
for infants sufficiently developed to be cognitively evaluated, 
cognitively disabled." The 1990 amendment was intended to 
clarify rather than broaden the definition of types of infants 
protected by the fund. 6 



As Virginia's was the first no-fault scheme of its kind to 
be enacted, it has received the most scrutiny. Brown notes that 
the definition of neurological injury in the Virginia Act may 
be too restrictive. 7 When the Act went into effect in 1988, the 
rate of new claims for damages in the tort system dropped by 
two-thirds. This may have been due to removal of some 
patients from eligibility for claims within the tort system due 
to the legislation. Also, potential claimants seeking damages 
from either the tort system or the fund may be waiting to take 
action, within the statute of limitations, for the constitutional- 
ity of the Act to be decided or the definition of eligibility for 
compensation in the Act to be broadened. 

The Florida Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compen- 
sation Plan that went into effect on January 1 , 1989 was drawn 
up along much the same lines as the Virginia Act and came 
about under much the same circumstances. 8 The Florida Act 
states that in order to be eligible for compensation the infant 
must be "permanently and substantially mentally and physi- 
cally impaired." Unlike the Virginia Act, the Florida statute 
does not list specific disabilities. 7 

Freeman and Freeman, who first proposed that a no- fault 
compensation scheme be applied to cases of cerebral palsy, 
argue that those plans already in effect are not truly "no-fault," 
as they cover only those cases where the infant is most 
seriously handicapped and require that the neurological injury 
be the consequence of intrapartum damage. 9 Their proposal 
would cover infants having a "nonprogressive motor handi- 
cap resulting from damage to the central nervous system at the 
time of or before birth that substantially interferes with a 
child's use of one or more of his or her arms or legs." In their 
proposal, no punitive damages would be awarded, and com- 
pensation would cover 80% of all handicap-related expenses 
up to $250,000 per child. 

In 1989, the North Carolina General Assembly created 
the North Carolina Birth-Related Neurological Impairment 
Study Commission. The Commission's efforts came to frui- 
tion on June 4, 1990 when House Bill 2296 establishing the 
North Carolina Birth-Related Neurological Impairment Pro- 
gram (Birth Impairment Fund) was introduced in the North 
Carolina General Assembly. This bill proposed no-fault 
compensation for those born with a birth-related neurological 
injury. The Program would be placed under the Department of 
Environment, Health, and Natural Resources, the Secretary of 
which would appoint a director who would determine the 
eligibility of claims. The fund would be maintained by a $ 170 
fee per delivery, of which 55% would be paid by the delivering 
physician and 45% would be remitted by the hospital or 
birthing facility where the delivery was performed. 

The North Carolina proposal in HB 2296 defines a "birth- 
related neurological impairment" as "an impairment of the 
brain function of a person which occurred or could have 
occurred during pregnancy, before or during a delivery or in 
the immediate resuscitative period after a delivery, and which 
results in a nonprogressive inability to control motor function 
and renders the person chronically impaired. A birth-related 



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neurological impairment may be accompanied by one or more 
associated symptoms, including: (i) vision, speech, hearing or 
learning difficulties, (ii) seizures, or (iii) behavioral and 
psychological problems. This definition shall not include 
disability caused by genetic abnormality." The North Caro- 
lina definition of a "birth-related neurological injury" was, by 
purpose, broadly drawn. 

The N.C. Birth Impairment Fund bill was considered by 
the N.C. House Human Resources Subcommittee on Mental 
Health, Exceptional and Gifted People, where an amendment 
was added to the bill mandating that obstetrical providers 
accept Medicaid patients as well as cooperate with local health 
departments in the development of plans to provide "continu- 
ity and quality of care" to those patients eligible for Medicaid. 
From there, the bill was moved to the full House Committee 
on Human Resources, where despite much opposition it was 
given a favorable report and referred to the full House for 
passage. Once on the House floor, the bill was removed from 
the calendar and sent to the House Finance Subcommittee on 
Ways and Means, effectively killing the proposal for the 1990 
legislative summer session. 



NC Obstetrics Access and 
Professional Liability Survey 

In 1988, the North Carolina Rural Health Research Program 
(NCRHRP) proposed to study the malpractice and obstetrical 
access issue in this State and received grant support for this 
effort from the Office of Rural Health Policy, Health Re- 
sources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of 
Health and Human Services. With endorsement from the N.C. 
Obstetrics and Gynecology Society, all ob/gyns licensed to 
practice in North Carolina were surveyed by mail (624 MDs) 
during 1989. A 65% response rate was achieved with 355 
(87.2%) of the respondents stating that they were still practic- 
ing obstetrics. The respondents reported delivering approxi- 
mately 57,228 infants in 1988, compared to 97,560 total births 
in North Carolina for that year. 10 A higher response rate 
among nonmetropolitan obstetrical providers (78% compared 
to 60% for metropolitan) was achieved due to a more intensive 
follow-up directed to this group. 

Those surveyed were asked questions concerning their 
obstetrics practice status, patient load, Medicaid patient load, 
and whether or not they had delivered a child who had, or later 
developed, cerebral palsy. The medical malpractice liability 
crisis has been seen as partly responsible for limiting access of 
those on Medicaid to obstetrical providers and causing physi- 
cians to curtail their number of high-risk deliveries. 1 Because 
the proposed North Carolina Birth Impairment Fund is an 
attempt to alleviate the malpractice crisis, the survey was 
designed to measure the impact of such reform upon the 
practices of ob/gyns. The survey included questions that 
covered access to obstetrical care for Medicaid, uninsured, 
and high-risk patients. The survey also investigated the effect 



of alternative policies such as an increase in the Medicaid 
reimbursement level. Those who were no longer practicing 
obstetrics were asked why they discontinued that part of their 
practice to determine if medical malpractice liability concerns 
had influenced their decision. 



Results: Tort Reform and Practice 
Change 

Respondents were asked the following: "A proposal is being 
prepared for consideration by the North Carolina General 
Assembly that will remove most cases of cerebral palsy from 
the tort system through the development of a fund to provide 
care for cerebral palsy patients. Do you think a system such as 
this would change your obstetrics practice?" Of those re- 
sponding to this question (n=3 19), 70% (224) responded that 
it would not change their practices, while 30% (95) thought 
that it would do so (table 1). 

The data suggest that the proposal would have greater 
influence among nonmetropolitan providers than among 
metropolitan providers; 36% of the nonmetropolitan com- 
pared to 26% of the metropolitan respondents thought their 
practices might change. Those who stated that tort reform 
would lead to changes in their practices were asked how they 
felt it would do so in relation to certain aspects of their practice 
(tables 2-5; next page). 

A majority of the physicians responding felt that the tort 
reform proposal would generate an increase in their number of 
high-risk deliveries (59.3%). Most respondents also felt that 
the number of normal deliveries, Medicaid deliveries and 
uninsured deliveries would not be affected by passage of the 
proposal. There was not a substantial difference between 
metropolitan and nonmetropolitan respondents, except for the 
effect that passage of tort reform would have on Medicaid 
patient load. Fifty-six percent (56.4%) of the nonmetropolitan 
respondents felt that their Medicaid patient load would in- 
crease but only 28% of the metropolitan respondents foresaw 
an increase in the number of Medicaid patients they would see. 



Table 1 

Passage of Tort Reform: Changes in 

Obstetrics Practice 

Would passage of tort reform change your practice ? 





Metro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Nonmetrc 
Number 


ob/gyns 
Percent 


Total ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Yes 
No 


52 26.1 
147 73.9 


43 
77 


35.8 
64.2 


95 29.8 
224 70.2 


Total 


1 99 1 00% 


127 


1 00% 


319 100% 



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Table 2 

Passage of Tort Reform: Effect on Number of Deliveries 

How would passage affect your number of deliveries ? 



Metro 
Numbe 


Db/gyns 
r Percent 


Nonmetrc 

Number 


ob/gyns 
Percent 


Total ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Number would decrease 2 
Number would remain same 26 
Number would increase 21 


4.1 
53.1 
42.9 


1 
20 
18 


2.5 
51.3 
46.2 


3 
46 
39 


3.4 
52.3 
44.3 


Total 49 


100% 


39 


100% 


88 


100% 



Table 3 

Passage of Tort Reform: Effect on Number of High Risk Deliveries 

Passage's affect on number of high-risk deliveries? 



Metro 
Numbe 


3b/gyns 
r Percent 


Nonmetro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Total ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Number would decrease 3 
Number would remain same 1 9 
Number would increase 29 


5.9 
37.3 
56.9 


1 
14 

25 


2.5 
35.0 
62.5 


4 
33 
54 


4.4 
36.3 
59.3 


Total 51 


1 00% 


40 


100% 


91 


100% 



Table 4 

Passage of Tort Reform: Effect on Uninsured Patient Load 

How would passage affect your uninsured patient load? 



Metro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Nonmetrc 
Number 


) ob/gyns 
Percent 


Total ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Number would decrease 1 
Number would remain same 31 
Number would increase 17 


2.0 
63.3 
34.7 



23 

15 



60.5 
39.5 


1 
54 
32 


1.2 
62.1 
36.8 


Total 49 


100% 


38 


100% 


87 


100% 



Table 5 

Passage of Tort Reform: Effect on Medicaid Patient Load 

How would passage affect your Medicaid patient load? 



Metro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Nonmetro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Total ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Number would decrease 1 2.0 
Number would remain same 34 69.4 
Number would increase 14 28.6 


1 
16 
22 


2.6 
41.0 
56.4 


2 

50 
36 


2.3 
56.8 
40.9 


Total 49 1 00% 


39 


1 00% 


88 


1 00% 



Deliveries per Month and 
Practice Change 

Physicians were asked how many babies they 
delivered permonth,onaverage.Overall,55.9% 
(N=181) of all respondents delivered between 
1 1 and 20 infants per month while 26.5% of 
those surveyed delivered between 6 and 10 
infants per month. Twelve percent (12.4%) 
delivered more than 20 babies per month. Cross- 
tabulations were done on the number of deliv- 
eries by anticipated effects of tort reform on 
medical practice. The passage of tort reform 
was seen as affecting a greater percentage of 
nonmetropolitan physicians who deliver be- 
tween 6 and 20 babies per month than their met- 
ropolitan counterparts delivering the same 
number of babies. Of the nonmetropolitan 
providers who are delivering 6 to 10 and 1 1 to 
20 infants per month, 39.3% and 36.8%, re- 
spectively, believed their practices would 
change under the proposed tort reform, as 
opposed to 24. 1 % and 23.8% of the metropoli- 
tan providers delivering the same numbers of 
babies. 



Medicaid Patient Load 

Physicians were asked to indicate their policies 
regarding the provision of prenatal and delivery 
care to Medicaid patients. Table 6 shows the 
breakdown between nonmetropolitan and met- 
ropolitan respondents. Over three quarters (78%) 
of the nonmetropolitan physicians provide care 
to Medicaid patients while a little over half 
(53%) of the metropolitan physicians provide 
care for these patients. 

Cross-tabulations were done between those 
who stated their practices would change under 
tort reform (table 1) and their responses to the 
volume of Medicaid patients they served (table 
6; next page). Thirty-two of the 98 ob/gyns 
(33%) who provided care toa limited number of 
Medicaid patients would also see their prac- 
tices change under tort reform. Fifteen of the 34 
nonmetropolitan physicians (44%) who pro- 
vided care to a limited number of Medicaid 
patients would also see their practices change 
under a no-fault insurance scheme, while 17 of 
64 metropolitan providers (26.6%) who pro- 
vided care to a limited number of Medicaid 
patients would see their practices change in 
some way under a tort reform proposal. 



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Ob/gyns were also asked if they would 
increase their Medicaid patient load for prenatal 
and delivery care if the reimbursement level 
were raised to $ 1 ,200 per Medicaid birth. Of the 
303 obstetricians who responded to this ques- 
tion, 177 (58.4%) stated they would increase 
their Medicaid caseload should the reimburse- 
ment level be raised, while 126 (41.6%) indi- 
cated they would not do so (table 7). 

A metropolitan/nonmetropolitan compari- 
son shows that two-thirds of ob/gyns practicing 
in nonmetropolitan counties would increase 
their Medicaid patient load if the reimbursement 
level were raised, while only 53.3% of the met- 
ropolitan providers would make a change in 
Medicaid caseloads. 



Table 6 

Provision of Obstetrical Care to Medicaid Patients 



Provision of prenatal 

and delivery care to Metro ob/gyns 

Medicaid patients. Number Percent 


Nonmetro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Total ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


do not provide 96 47.3 
provide to a limited number 64 31.5 
provide to an unlimited no. 43 21.2 


27 

34 
61 


22.1 
27.9 
50.0 


123 37.9 

98 30.1 

104 32.0 


Total 203 100% 


122 


100% 


325 100% 



Table 7 

Increase in Reimbursement Level and Medicaid Patient 

Load 



Cerebral Palsy Deliveries 

An effort was made to estimate the number of 
cerebral palsy deliveries in the last three years in 
the state. Forty-five percent (45.6%) of the re- 
spondents reported delivering a cerebral palsy 
infant at some time during their practices and 66 
of these physicians reported delivering a total of 
141 cerebral palsy infants in the last three years 
(table 8). 

Of these 66 physicians, 44 (66.6%) indi- 
cated they had delivered one child with such a 
condition in the last three years and 13 providers 
stated they had delivered two infants who were 
subsequently diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Four 
ob/gyns had delivered three infants with cerebral 
palsy, and three providers reported having deliv- 
ered four, five and ten infants with cerebral 
palsy, respectively. Two ob/gyns stated they had 
delivered 20 infants in the last three years who 
had the condition or later developed it Applying 
this rate to all ob/gyns known to deliver babies in 
North Carolina would produce an estimate of 
approximately 80cerebral palsy syndrome births 
per year in North Carolina. The North Carolina 
Medical Society estimates there are from 100 to 
200 infants bom with cerebral palsy each year 
based on an incidence of one to two cerebral 
palsy births per 1,000 annually, and an average 
of about 100,000 births per year in this state. 11 
This compares to an annual estimate by United 
Cerebral Palsy of North Carolina, Inc., of 150 
infants born each year with cerebral palsy in this 
state. 12 The estimate derived from the NCRHRP 
survey may be low fora number of reasons. First 
of all , there was a lower response rate among ob/ 
gyns in the largest metropolitan counties where 



Would you increase your Medicaid caseload if reimburse 
merit for deliveries were raised to $1,200? 





Metro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Nonmetro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Total ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Yes 
No 


98 53.3 
86 46.7 


79 66.4 
40 33.6 


177 58.4 
126 41.6 


Total 


184 100% 


119 100% 


303 100% 



Table 8 

Cerebral Palsy Deliveries in North Carolina 

Have you delivered a child with cerebral palsy? 





Metro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Nonmetro ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Total ob/gyns 
Number Percent 


Yes 
No 


82 41.8 
114 58.2 


62 51.7 
58 48.3 


144 45.6 
172 54.4 


Total 


196 100% 


120 100% 


316 100% 



high-risk births are more likely to occur because of the location of tertiary 
care centers; secondly, this figure does not include births attended by other 
obstetrical providers such as family practitioners or nurse midwives. 

Of the survey respondents who had delivered a child with cerebral 
palsy sometime in their careers (N=144), almost 70% (100 MDs) felt a tort 
reform proposal would not change their numbers of deliveries or their 
caseload regarding uninsured or Medicaid patients. A metropolitan/non- 
metropolitan comparison, however, shows that 40.3% of the nonmetropo- 
litan physicians versus only 22% of the metropolitan physicians indicated 
that passage of a no-fault insurance fund would affect their practice in 
some way. 



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Only thirteen providers who had delivered a child within 
the last three years indicated that delivery of a child with 
cerebral palsy had later resulted in a malpractice claim. Four 
of these claims were settled out of court, two favored the 
obstetrician, five claims are pending and two are still being 
considered. Six of the seven nonmetropolitan obstetricians 
who had experienced a claim said tort reform would change 
their practices in some way, but only two of the six metropoli- 
tan ob/gyns indicated that tort reform would influence their 
practices. The effects of tort reform appear ambiguous even 
among those few physicians who have had claims brought 
against them for a cerebral palsy delivery. 



Analysis of Respondents No Longer 
Practicing Obstetrics 

In an effort to find out if malpractice premiums or liability 
issues influence physicians' decisions to stop practicing ob- 
stetrics, cross-tabulations were run on the 47 respondents who 
were no longer delivering babies as of June 1989. Physicians 
were asked to rank the three most important factors influenc- 
ing their decision to stop delivering babies, and 43 of the 47 
who no longer deliver provided this information. 

Fear of an obstetrics malpractice lawsuit did not seem to 
be the most important factor; only five (12%) mentioned it as 
the most important factor, compared to 10 respondents (23%) 
who indicated the inconvenience of obstetrical practice (long 
hours, on-call, etc.) as the most influential factor in their 
decision to stop delivering babies. The increasing cost of 
malpractice insurance was cited by seven ( 1 6%) of the respon- 
dents, and only three (7%) reported that an ongoing or prior 
obstetrics lawsuit was the most important factor in their 
decision to stop providing obstetrical services. 



Discussion 

North Carolina has enacted limited tort reform in order to stem 
the medical malpractice crisis. Tort reforms active in other 
states, such as limitations on awards, capping attorney's fees, 
and pretrial screening panels, may also be viable for North 
Carolina; however, the effectiveness of such legislation in 
encouraging obstetrical providers as a whole to maintain their 
practices is still being debated. 

Upon review of the research, the National Academy of 
Science's Institute of Medicine concluded that while certain 
tort reforms in some states may have had some success, 
particularly in limiting the size of malpractice awards, they 
have not succeeded as a whole in restraining the negative 
impact that the tort system has had on the provision of 
obstetrical care.' In a regional study, however, Rosenblatt et 
al. concluded that tort reforms in Washington, Alaska, Mon- 
tana, and Idaho may have decreased the rate at which provid- 
ers left obstetrical practice. 13 



As tort reforms are being considered, other steps beyond 
those of adjusting the legal environment may be useful in 
encouraging ob/gyns and other obstetrical providers to in- 
crease access to their services. For example, an increase in the 
reimbursement rate for Medicaid deliveries was seen in this 
study as causing ob/gyns to provide care for those patients 
covered by Medicaid. Though not fully evaluated as yet, the 
Rural Obstetrical Care Incentive (ROCI) program may also 
increase access to the delivery of obstetrical care, since the 
program reimburses selected rural physicians for their mal- 
practice premiums. 14 

The North Carolina Birth-Related Neurological Impair- 
ment Program, as it is currendy drawn, may or may not 
influence practitioners to change their practices, depending 
upon the final structure of the bill. For example, the assess- 
ment the provider is charged per birth may be cost-prohibitive 
and affect provision of care to indigent mothers and/or those 
on Medicaid by making those patients unprofitable to the 
provider. How liability insurers will respond to such legisla- 
tion, via malpractice premiums, is also uncertain. If there is 
little or no decrease in malpractice premium rates, the assess- 
ment required for the Birth Impairment Fund would remain 
particularly unpopular and would further hinder the willing- 
ness of providers to care for the uninsured or those on 
Medicaid. Mandatory Medicaid participation as amended to 
the Birth Impairment Fund bill may make this aspect of tort 
reform unpopular as well. 

A careful review of the impact of similar legislation in 
Virginia and Florida needs to be undertaken to better predict 
the influence of a no-fault medical liability insurance plan in 
North Carolina. Two areas that must be carefully investigated 
are the definitions of eligibility for the Fund, and the response 
of liability insurers to the legislation. The issue of eligibility 
was of major importance in the General Assemblies of Florida 
and Virginia. 58 Too broad a definition regarding eligibility for 
compensation may result in depletion of the funds, while too 
narrow a definition would make the programs ineffective. The 
North Carolina definition of "birth-related neurological im- 
pairment" is, in keeping with its purpose, more inclusive than 
both the Florida and Virginia definitions. It has been estimated 
that 100 to 200 infants per year may be entitled to compensa- 
tion under the proposed fund. 11 This extremely wide range of 
potential claimants to the proposed North Carolina fund may 
be problematic. Indeed, in the debates concerning the North 
Carolina plan, actuarial soundness of the proposed North 
Carolina Birth Impairment Fund has been the area of most 
concern. 15 □ 



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MODERN MEDICINE 



The Financial Impact of the High 
Technology Newborn 

Dean S. Edell, MD., M.P.H., Debra L. Banton, R.N. Clinician, M.N., and lley B. Browning, M.D. 



The purpose of this paper is to educate the health care worker 
and the physician regarding the new generation of high 
technology newborns. This review is neither condoning nor 
condemning our present health care system. 

Each year, approximately 50,000 high-risk infants are 
bom in the United States. With the advances in medical 
technology such as fetal monitoring, surfactant replacement 
and the regionalization of perinatal services, an increased 
number of high-risk infants survive. Since 1900, the infant 
mortality rates have decreased by approximately 50% every 
20 years. 1 - 2 The greatest decrease in mortality has occurred in 
the 750 to 1 ,000 gram birth weight group. 3 

But, with this success in reducing neonatal mortality, 
morbidity increased. This raises moral and ethical questions 
about who should live and who should pay for this high-priced 
health care. 

Each year, approximately $1.5 billion is spent in the 
United States treating high-risk infants. Low birth weight 
infants are hospitalized for an average of 70 to 90 days. The 
costs for this specialized health care are reported to range from 
$16,000 to $250,000 per infant. 245 Currently, approximately 
40% of the health care costs for high-risk infants are paid by 
the government, 30% by private insurance, and approxi- 
mately 30% by the recipient of the care." 

Morbidity rates remain high in the high-risk infants who 
survive the neonatal period. The medical costs for rehospitali- 
zation, outpatient therapy, etc., for these infants after dis- 
charge from a neonatal intensive care unit are astronomical. 
Many factors have influenced the spending of this large sum 
of money on these high-risk infants, such as moral and ethical 
decision making, advances in medical technology and the 
legal community. 



Dr. Edell is a Pediatric Pulmonary Fellow, and Dr. Browning is 
Acting Director of Pediatric Pulmonary, Duke University Medical 
Center, Durham 27710. Ms. Banton is a Clinical Nurse Specialist, 
Pediatric Surgery, University of North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel 
Hill 27514. 



The average medical care costs of raising a child from 
birth to three years of age range from $22 a month to $26.80 
a month for the northeastern/north central United States and 
the urban western United States, respectively. 

The estimated average medical care costs of raising a 
neonatal intensive care unit graduate until the age of three are 
as follows: 



With no disability 

With mild developmental disability 

With moderate/severe developmental 

disability 

With developmental disability 

and institutionalized 



$ 62.60/month 

$ 414.20/month 

$ 650.90/month 

$ 1,216.00/month 5 



Shankarna et al. tracked the medical care costs of 60 
children prospectively from discharge from the neonatal in- 
tensive care unit until the three years of age. s Thirty-five of 
these infants had developmental and/or neurological deficits 
detected immediately following their discharge from the 
neonatal intensive care unit. Twenty-five of these infants had 
no detected deficits. The total health care cost after discharge 
from the neonatal intensive care unit for the children in this 
study was $336,654. Health care insurance providers reim- 
bursed $321,318. The health care costs for 16 children were 
paid by Medicaid; 15 had Blue Cross/Blue Shield Coverage; 
three had coverage by other commercial insurance companies 
and four children were recipients of Crippled Children's 
Services. Of the total post discharge costs, $14,660 was 
absorbed by the hospital as bad debt. 5 

The medical care services that contributed to the $336,654 
were primary health care, hospital emergency room visits, 
radiological studies such as CT evaluation, blood tests, spe- 
cialty clinic visits such as neurology, orthopedics, cardiology, 
audiology, speech and language, psychology, occupational 
and physical therapy, and the cost of specialized equipment. 
The cost of occupational and physical therapy was the most 
expensive service among outpatient cost 5 



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Lichtig et al. found the costs of hospitalization and the 
duration of hospital stay, according to birth weight of sick 
infants, to be as follows: 

Birth Weight Duration of Stay Operating Cost 



<750 gms. 

750-999 gms. 

1,000-1,499 gms. 

1,500-1,999 gms. 

2,000-2,499 gms. 

>2,499 gms. 



40.5 days 
54.5 days 
41.8 days 
23.0 days 
15.0 days 
9.8 days 



$ 32,000 
$ 36,100 
$ 24,200 
$ 12,400 
$ 9,700 
$ 6,5006 



When adjusted for birth weight, the neonatal mortality 
rate in the United States is among the lowest in the world, but 
at the greatest cost. The greatest impact on the country's 
neonatal mortality rate is the high incidence of low birth 
weight. We appear to have a disproportionatey high incidence 
of very low birth weight infants (<1,500 grams). The social, 
demographic, ethnic and educational diversity of the United 
States can explain most of this, but also contributing to this 
high neonatal mortality rate is the definition of a live birth. In 
the United States, any infant, regardless of gestational age, 
who receives an Apgar score of > 1 , is considered a live birth, 
whereas some countries define a live birth according to 
different gestational age or weight criteria. Decreasing the 
incidence of low birth weight is paramount in reducing mor- 
tality. 

In the United States we have tended to spend our money 
on high technology — and we do a good job of saving babies 
who are low birth weight. But we do a very poor job of 
preventing this problem. Theoretically, prenatal care could 
save thousands of dollars each year by focusing on preventive 
medicine programs. Unfortunately, many of the individuals 
who need prenatal care the most are not motivated to receive 
it. Poor prenatal care is not the result of inadequate medical 
technology, facilities, or personnel; it is a result of social and 
educational problems. 

Approximately one-third of the pregnant women in this 
country do not receive the prenatal care they need to ensure a 
healthy baby. These women are twice as likely to deliver 
premature or low birth weight infants. Infants born to women 
who did not receive prenatal care require an average stay of 
eight to 18 days in a neonatal intensive care nursery at a cost 
of as much as $ 1 ,000 a day. Hospital costs for low birth weight 
survivors of women who received no prenatal care average 
50% more than the cost for low birth weight infants of woman 
who received prenatal care. 7 

It is estimated that approximately $3.40 could be saved 
for every dollar spent on prenatal care. 8 It is estimated that for 
every case of low birth-weight averted by prenatal care, the 
United States health system saves between $14,000 and 
$30,000 in newborn hospitalization and long-term health 
care. 8 



Medical advances have made possible the survival of 
infants with severe, irreversible disabilities. These infants 
have physical and mental handicaps requiring costly long 
term health care. Currently, approximately 15% of children in 
the United States have chronic illnesses, and these are ex- 
hausting available health care dollars. 

Data from the National Medical Care Utilization and 
Expenditure Survey indicate that public and private third 
parties pay 85% of charges for services provided to children 
with chronic illness. Disabled children with public insurance 
are best protected, paying out-of-pocket for only about 3% of 
their health care, whereas children with private insurance paid 
out-of-pocket for 21%. 9 

Another method of decreasing the large amount of money 
spent on these neonatal intensive care unit graduates is home 
care. Thilo et al. assessed the cost of home oxygen therapy for 
infants who were discharged from the neonatal intensive care 
unit while still receiving supplemental oxygen. 10 Savings 
ranged from $4,400 to $160,000, with a mean of $33,370 ± 
$6,300 per infant. The health insurance carriers used by these 
families covered 80% to 100% of the cost of home oxygen 
therapy. 

There were other benefits that resulted from early dis- 
charge of these infants. If the neonate had remained in the 
hospital, the child might have been exposed to pathogens that 
could have resulted in a nosocomial infection, thus prolonging 
the hospital stay. The child also benefits from the stimulation 
of the home environment. 

In summary, society is faced with a situation in which 
advanced technology has produced the high-tech, high-priced 
neonate. This highly sophisticated technology may blur the 
line between "benefit" and "harm." Can we realistically 
maintain these high expectations and expenditures? The bur- 
den of the neonatal intensive care graduate is draining the 
health care system and will eventually break it, if changes are 
not instituted immediately. Prevention of low birth weight 
infants and the resulting high cost mortality and morbidity 
must become the directive of all concerned. We must analyze 
the costs versus the benefits, which will be very difficult in this 
extremely emotional area — the lives of high-risk neonates. 

□ 



References 

1 Massachusetts Medical Society. Morbidity and mortality 
weekly report 1987;316:1-9. 

2 Bloom R. Changing infant mortality: the need to spend 
more while getting less. Pediatrics 1984;73:862-6. 

3 Ehrenhaft P, Wagner J. Herdman R. Changing prognosis 
for very low birth weight infants. Ob Gyn 1989;74:528- 
35. 

4 McCormick, M. Extremely low birth weight infants. Ped 



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inRevl989;10:207. 

5 Shankarna S, Cohen S, Linver M, and Zonia S. Medical 
Care costs of high-risk infants after neonatal intensive 
care: a controlled study. Pediatrics 1988;81:372-8. 

6 Lichtig L, Knauf R, Bartoletti A, et al. Revising diagnosis- 
related groups for neonates. Ped 1989;84:49-61. 

7 Levono K, Cunningham, G, Roard M, et al. Prenatal care 
and the low birth weight infant J Am Coll of Ob/Gyn 
1985;66:599-605. 

8 Behrman, R. Preventing low birth weight: a pediatric 
perspective. J Ped 1985;107:842-54. 

9 Newacheck P, McManus M. Financing health care for 
disabled children. Pediatrics 1988;81:385-94. 

10 Thilo E, Comito J, McCulliss D. Home oxygen therapy in 
the newborn. AJDC 1987;141:766-8. 




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Infant Mortality in 
Durham County in 1989 



Bailey Webb, Ph.D., M.D., M. Catharine Moffitt, M.D. 



Durham is the "City of Medicine." Here, physicians and 
public health officials have followed the advice of leaders in 
medicine and have set up systems that should have put 
Durham County in the forefront in preventing infant mortal- 
ity. Public education, access to prenatal services, good trans- 
portation and excellent facilities for delivery of babies were in 
place. We were shocked to see in print that Durham County 
had a higher infant mortality rate than the average in the 
nation. We set out to determine what factors precipitated this 
outcome. 

When the state of North Carolina released statistics on 
infant mortality in 1988 many postulates were put forth to 
explain why our state's infant mortality rate exceeded the 
national average. 1 Unavailable prenatal or perinatal care, a 
large number of adolescent mothers, high rates of Sudden 
Infant Death Syndrome, infections, trauma, and neglect were 
all considered potential contributors. Dollfus, et al., cited 
causes of death by birth weight classifications in a five-year 
analysis of infant mortality in the state of North Carolina 
from 1980 through 1984. 2 Our study was undertaken to 
examine the causes of infant mortality in a county with access 
and transportation to free prenatal care and a tertiary medical 
center. 



Methods 

We reviewed copies of all the birth certificates and death 
certificates of infants dying before one year of age among 
Durham County residents. 3,4 The hospital records of all af- 



From the Department of Pediatrics, Lincoln Community Health 
Center, 1301 Fayetteville Street, Durham 27707 (B.W.) and Depart- 
ment of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center, Durham 277 1 
(M.C.M.). Address reprint requests to Dr. Webb. 



fected infants were obtained from Durham County General 
Hospital and from the Duke University Medical Center. We 
also reviewed the records of all mothers of affected infants 
who had registered for prenatal care at Lincoln Community 
Health Center. Information sought from the infants' records 
included: sex, place of birth, date of birth, birth weight, race, 
gestational age, and cause of death. Information sought from 
the maternal records included: home address of the mother, 
mother's race, marital status, parity, age, site of prenatal care 
(if any), history of sexually transmitted diseases, smoking, 
alcohol use, and other substance abuse. 



Results 

The overall infant mortality for Durham County residents in 
1989 was 13.2/1,000 live births. This was greater than the 
12.7/1,000 live births in North Carolina for 1988, 1 and it was 
greater than the national average of 9.9/1,000 live births for 
1988. 1 

There were 41 infant deaths, which included three sets of 
twins. Twenty-six infant deaths (63.4%) involved premature 
infants with gestational age less than or equal to 25 weeks. 
Thirty-one (75.6%) of the infants had a birth weight of 1 ,000 
grams or less. Congenital anomalies incompatible with life 
accounted for six deaths (14.6%). One infant with multiple 
congenital anomalies died following Group B Streptococcal 
sepsis, and one child died of complications from AIDS. One 
child suffered an accidental death after a foreign body aspira- 
tion. One child died of myocarditis. Twenty-nine (70.7%) of 
the infants died within the first 24 hours. 

Seventeen of the mothers (41.4%) were between 20 and 
25 years old, and 26 mothers were multigravidas. The parity 
of 34 mothers was known. Nine of the mothers (22%) were 
age 19 years or less. Twenty-seven of the mothers (65.9%) 
were unmarried or separated. All but three of the 38 mothers 
were known to have had at least one prenatal care visit. 



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According to obstetrical data from Duke University 
Medical Center (where 82% of the affected infants were 
born), only 28% of the women delivering at Duke in 1989 (793 
out of 2,756) were ages 20 to 24. 582 (21% of total) were age 
19 or less. 



Conclusions 

In Durham County in 1989, most infant deaths occurred in 
premature infants. It is notable that 13 of the 41 infants 
(3 1 .7%) had birth weights of 500 grams or less. The inclusion 



Table 1 
Causes of Death 



Table 4 

Infant Birth Weights 



Congenital Anomalies 

Renal agenesis/prematurity 
CNS Defects 
Cardiac anomalies 
Multiple malformations and 
maternal Gp B Strep 



Myocarditis/Pneumonitis/Meningitis 
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome 
Accident (aspiration of coin) 
Prematurity not otherwise accounted 

for (EGA 34 weeks) 
Prematurity with maternal Group B 

Strep infection (EGA 34 weeks) 

Total infant deaths 



Table 2 

Ages of Mothers 



14 years 
1 6 years 
18-1 9 years 
20-25 years 
26-30 years 
31-36 years 

Total 



1 
3 
5 
17 
5 
7 

"38 



Table 3 
Marital Status 



Married 

Separated 

Single 

Total 



11 

1 

26 

"38 



1 
1 

1 

28 



41 



Less than 500 grams 


13 


500 grams 


1 


501-750 grams 


8 


751 -1,000 grams 


9 


1,001-1,500 grams 


2 


1,501-2,500 grams 


3 


2,500 grams 


4 


Death from infection 


1 


[Accidental death] 


1 


Total 


~4T 


Table 5 




Gestational Ages (weeks) 


21 weeks 


2 


22 weeks 


8 


23 weeks 


5 


24 weeks 


7 


25 weeks 


4 


26-31 weeks 


7 


34-40 weeks 


4 


41-42 weeks 


1 


[Accidental] 


1 


[unknown] 


1 


Total 


"4? 


Table 6 




Places of Birth and Death 



Duke Medical Center 
Durham County General 
Rex Hospital 
Moses Cone Hospital 
N.C. Memorial 
Home 

Total 



Born 

30 
5 
1 
1 
2 
2 



Died 

33 

4 

1 
3 




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Table 7 

Source of Prenatal Care 



Duke Staff and Private Clinics 21 
Health Dept. Prenatal Clinic at 

Lincoln Community Health Center 7 

Private physicians/out of county 6 

None 1 

Unknown 5 

[Some women were seen at more than one site for prenatal 
care. Seventeen of the mothers of affected infants had been 
seen at Lincoln Community Health Center at one time or 
another and might be expected to have known of the prenatal 
clinic and transportation available to the clinic] 



Table 8 

Sexually Transmitted Diseases 



[Records reflect any maternal history, not just active disease 
in pregnancy.] 

Gonorrhea 1 

Condyloma accuminatum 3 

Herpes simplex II 1 

Chlamydia trachomatis 2 

[8 of the 33 mothers had VDRL reports unavailable.] 



of birth weights less than 500 grams has been shown to impact 
greatly on infant mortality figures nationwide. 5 Wilson, et al., 
in a review of infant mortality in all U.S. states in 1983, 
demonstrated a national average of 15% of neonatal deaths 
occurring in babies less than 500 grams. 5 In 1989 Durham 
County experienced a rate more than double that — 31.7% of 
neonatal deaths were in infants less than 500 grams. Our 
corrected infant mortality rate excluding these infants would 
be 9/1 ,000 live births. From the data presented, it is clear that 
to decrease infant mortality among Durham County residents, 
the incidence of prematurity must decrease. 

Fewer than expected of the infants were the products of 
teenage pregnancies. In fact, the percentageof affected infants 
born to teenage mothers (23.3%) approximated the percent- 
age of total deliveries in the county by adolescent women 
(21%). Dollfus, et al., showed that 3.5% of infants born in 
North Carolina from 1980 to 1984 were to women less than 17 
years of age. The infants of these adolescent women, however, 
comprised 6. 1 % of all infant deaths. 2 Although the numbers in 
our study are too small for an adequate comparison, this may 
suggest that easier access to prenatal care and a tertiary 
medical center result in a reduction in the number of infant 
deaths to teenage mothers. Most of the mothers of affected 
Durham County infants were in their third and fourth decades 
of life, were multiparous, and had had some prenatal care. □ 



Acknowledgments 

The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Dr. John 
Fletcher and Ms. Janice Tice of the Durham County Health 
Department; Ms Janice Thimons, RN, BSN, Neonatal Fol- 
low-up Clinician, and Ms. Kaye Schlitz, Perinatal Division, 
Duke University Medical Center; the Medical Records De- 
partment of the Durham County General Hospital; Ms. De- 
lores Clement, Record Librarian at Lincoln Community Health 
Center; and Dr. Gordon Worley, Dr. Thomas R. Kinney, and 
Ms. Cindy Haughton, Department of Pediatrics, Duke Uni- 
versity Medical Center. 



Table 9 

Parity of Mothers 



Multigravidas 

Primagravidas 

Unknown 



26 
8 

4 



Table 10 

Durham County Demographics- 



-1989 



Births among Durham County residents 
Neonatal deaths among Durham County residents 
[White, 1 1 ; Hispanic, 1 ; Black, 28; race unknown, 1] 



Ipjaj 

3,103 
41 



References 

1 Wegman M. Annual summary of vital statistics — 1988 
Pediatrics 1989;84:943-56. 

2 Dollfus C, Pattetta M, Siegel E, Cross A. Infant mortality: a 
practical approach to the analysis of the leading causes of 
death and risk factors. Pediatrics 1990;86:176-82. 

3 Birth and death certificates of infants of Durham County. 
Vital Statistics 1989, Durham County Health Department 

4 Birth certificate of Durham County resident born in Wake 
County. Vital Statistics 1989, Wake County Health Depart- 
ment. 

5 Wilson A, Fenton L, Munson D. State reporting of live births 
of newborns weighing less than 500 grams: impact on 
neonatal mortality rates. Pediatrics 1986;78:850-60. 

6 Personal communication, Center for Health and Environ- 
mental Statistics; North Carolina Department of Environ- 
ment, Health and Natural Resources. 



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Letters to the Editor 



Comments on the Special Issue on Preventive Medicine 

To the Editor: 

I commend you for the excellent series of prevention 
articles presented in the November issue of the Journal 
(1990;51:589-92).Wecan all benefit from frequent reminders 
that the most effective way to cure illness is to prevent it 

Of particular interest to me was the article by Drs. Spiegel 
and Cole ("Smoking-Attributable Mortality, Morbidity and 
Economic Costs in North Carolina"), which provides an ac- 
counting of what the smoking habit costs North Carolinians 
each year in dollars ($1 billion+), in deaths (8,000+), and in 
years of potential life lost (100,000+). The numbers alone are 
staggering, but as the authors point out, "...The value of a 
North Carolinian's life to his family, to society, and to himself 
cannot be fully quantified. 

The month of November 1990 also saw publication of the 
latest volume in the Surgeon General's series on smoking and 
health, which this year is titled "The Health Benefits of 
Smoking Cessation." The message here is a positive one: 
smokers are not doomed to suffer excess morbidity and early 
death — they can avoid much of the risk they face by simply 
quitting. This appears to hold true for all age groups and for 
those who are healthy as well as those who already suffer from 
smoking-related diseases. 

From a medical-practice standpoint the implications are 
clear: physicians must adopt an active role in encouraging their 
patients who smoke to give up the habit as soon as possible. 
Contrary to popular belief, physicians and other health care 
providers can have a powerful impact on patient smoking 
behavior. At Duke (smoke-free) Medical Center, our Smokers 
Consultation Program has provided timely counseling for 
thousands of hospital inpatients, with extended abstinence 
rates approaching 50%. Think what could be accomplished if 
such services were available to all North Carolinians who seek 
health care services each year. NCMJ readers who wish to 
establish an office- or hospital-based smoking cessation pro- 
gram for their patients are invited to contact me and I will direct 
them to appropriate resources. We are especially eager to share 
our experience with hospital administrators interested in adopt- 
ing smoke-free policies for their facilities. 

Again, my sincere thanks to you and to your guest editor, 
Dr. Ronald Levine, for your contributions to preventive medi- 
cine. 

Steve Herman, Ph.D. 

Director, Smokers Consultation Service 

Duke University Medical Center 

Durham 27710 



To Dr. Stoodt: 

I have just read the paper "Cancer of the Female Breast, 
Improving the Public's Health Through Early Detection" in 
the November issue of \he Journal (1990;51;559-64) and must 
compliment you on its content and clarity. We have made 
progress but we have a long way to go. If everyone involved 
including patients, physicians, insurers, politicians and gov- 
ernments including their agencies will becomebetter informed, 
possible priorities can be established for more effective deliv- 
ery of optimum services to all women. In fact, these public 
health efforts could serve as models for other disease interven- 
tions. Your paper certainly contributes to a better understand- 
ing of the problems and potential solutions with breast cancer. 

Robert McLelland, M.D. 

Professor of Radiology 

UNC School of Medicine 

Chapel Hill 27599-7510 



To Dr. Stoodt: 

That was a nice article on "Cancer of the Female Breast: 
improving the Public 's Health Through Early Detection" in the 
current Journal. I was particularly interested to see that Dr. 
Stead chose to devote an entire issue to preventive medicine, 
and I give Ron Levine credit for an excellent issue. As you 
know, I have a personal interest in preventive medicine and 
have tried to encourage the members of the NCAFP to make 
this a part of everyday practice. I am, in fact, in the process of 
writing an editorial for the next issue of North Carolina Family 
Physician encouraging a preventive approach in family medi- 
cine. 

I noticed the longstanding NCMS habit of calling us the 
North Carolina Academy of Family Practice came through 
again in your summary. Sooner or later they will learn who we 
are. 

C. Christopher Bremer, M.D. 

President NCAFP 

P.O.Box 18469 

Raleigh, NC 



To Dr. Stoodt: 

I was startled to find that there were no deaths from breast 
cancer in 1988 in North Carolina in women between the ages 
of 34 and 45 in your review article on "Cancer of the Female 
Breast" in the November issue of the Journal. This occurs in 
the second paragraph in the article as follows: "Of the 1 ,095 



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deaths from breast cancer in 1988, 1,093 were female; 39% 
(420) died between the ages of 45 and 64; 43% (474) between 
the ages of 65 and 84, with about 9% each in women 34 and 
younger and in women 85 and older. Seventy-nine percent 
(862) were white women, 21% (231) non white." 

It would be interesting to know whether this is a statistical 
aberration, a misprint or a significant observation. 

B J. Ferguson, M.D. 

Durham Clinic, P.A. 

3901 Roxboro Street 

Durham, NC 27704 



Reply 

To Dr. Ferguson: 

Thank you for questioning the statement which reports no 
deaths from breast cancer in women ages 35 to 44. It is in error, 
and should read: "Of the 1 ,095 deaths from breast cancer in 
1988, 1 ,093 were female; 39% (420) died between the ages of 
45 and 64; 43% (474) between the ages of 65 and 84, with about 
9% each in women 44 and younger (106) and in women 85 and 
older (93). Seventy-nine percent (862) were white women, 
21% (231) non-white." 

Georjean Stoodt, M.D., M.RH. 

Director, Division of Adult Health 

Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Raleigh 27611 



Comments on the December issue 

To the Editor: 

I want to congratulate you for the superb December 1990 
issue of the Journal. The picture of Charlie Johnson on the 
cover is excellent. The articles are a magnificent portrayal of 
the changing times in North Carolina medicine. Eric Lincoln's 
article is poignant. I also enjoyed Mary Semans's recount of 
the foundation and heritage of Duke University. 

John Graham's article was very educational because he 
gave the background biographical sketches of the giants at the 
University of North Carolina who helped to create their out- 
standing School of Medicine. The final piece which was 
enjoyable was the book review by Eben Alexander of Dr. 
Zollinger's publication on Elliott Cutler and the cloning of 
surgeons. It brought back many fond memories of some of my 
heros. 

Under your stewardship, the Journal has changed from 
one that I would rarely read to one that I enjoy thumbing 
through shortly after arrival. Congratulations and best wishes. 

William G. Anlyan, M.D. 

Chancellor Emeritus 

Duke University 



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which allows trained laymen, such as school teachers, recrea 
tional facility workers, and law enforcement officers, to ad 
minister epinephrine injections (1:1000) to anyone suffering 
anaphylaxis due to insect stings. The state of North Carolina 
has made this into law. However, it appears most physicians 
and non-physicians do not know of this and thus should be 
informed. 

I have put together a simple training program, complete 
with slides, forphysicians wishing to conduct training sessions 
in their area. For more information, please write to me. 

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Sally Agner Nicks (IM), 912 Second St., NE, Hickory 
28601 

Cleveland 

Staley Thomas Jackson (ORS), 608 W. King St., Kings 
Mountain 28086 

Cumberland 

Richard Wright Carlisle (RESIDENT), 1601-B Owen Dr., 
Fayetteville 28304 

Davidson 

Paul Fredrick Meyer (FP), 10 Medical Park Dr., Ste. 2 
Lexington 27292 

Duplin 

Francisco Becerra (IM), Rose Hill Medical Clinic, Rose Hill 

28458 

Durham-Orange 

Laura Barlow Enyedi (STUDENT), 104 Sir Richard Lane, 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Cathryn Ann Geary (STUDENT), 62 Laurel Ridge Apts., 

Highway 54 Bypass, Chapel Hill 27516 
Jeffrey Brian Goldstein (STUDENT), 3611 University Dr. 

Apt 11-0, Durham 27707 
Carl Thomas Hasselman (STUDENT), 1909 Yearby Ave., 

Apt. E, Durham 27705 
Elizabeth Henke (CD), Central Medical Pk, Bldg 700, 

Durham 27704 
Gayle Charlyne Howard (STUDENT), 300-20A Woodcraft 

Pkwy., Durham 27713 
Peter Laurence Sonkin (STUDENT), 4800 University Dr., 

Apt. 28P, Durham 27707 
Hilary Houghton Timmis (STUDENT), 1 14A High St., 

Carrboro 27510 



Dannah Wilde Wray (STUDENT), 3100 Coachman's Way, 
Durham 27705 

Forsyth-Stokes-Davie 

Cyril Anyadike (STUDENT), 1641-M Northwest Blvd., 
Winston-Salem 27103 

Margaret Funch Brock (STUDENT), 1 105 Wetherbum Ct., 
Winston-Salem 27104 

Gina Gail Chandler (STUDENT), 1620 W. First St., #27, 
Winston-Salem 27104 

Christopher Randolph Clapp (STUDENT), 1919 Academy 
St., Apt. 19, Winston-Salem 27103 

Donald Michael Collins (STUDENT), 4755 Country Club 
Rd., Apt 110-G, Winston-Salem 27104 

Ingeborg Victoria Connolly (STUDENT), 532 Polo Road, 
Winston-Salem 27106 

Tara Aileen Creedon (STUDENT), 5856 Old Oakridge Rd., 
Apt. 414, Greensboro 27410 

Joel Scott Grossman (STUDENT), 1721 Elizabeth Ave., 
Winston-Salem 27103 

Christopher Sterling Hall (STUDENT), 1706 Lynwood 
Ave., Winston-Salem 27104 

David Anthony Henderson (STUDENT), 1701 W. First St. 
#1, Winston-Salem 27104 

Jane Renee Hull (STUDENT), 2369-A Queen St., Winston- 
Salem 27103 

Daniel Brian Jobe (STUDENT), 3010-T Walnut Forest Ct., 
Winston-Salem 27103 

Lori Goco Kellam (STUDENT), 794 Scott Road, Lewisville 
27203 

Scott Anderson MacMurdo (STUDENT), 2035 W. Acad- 
emy St., Winston-Salem 27103 

Robert Saunders McGee, JR. (STUDENT), 6308 Lakebend 
Court, Greensboro 27410 

Paul King Miller (STUDENT), 1 1 1 Dalewood Dr., #2, 
Winston-Salem 27104 

Venita Weaver Morell (FP), 300 S. Hawthorne Rd., Win- 
ston-Salem 27103 

Stephen S. Nagy (STUDENT), 2323-C Winston Court, 
Winston-Salem 27103 

Sara Lynn Neal (STUDENT), 1318 Madison Ave., Win- 
ston-Salem 27103 

Christopher August Philippart (STUDENT), 500-H 
Parkridge Court, Winston-Salem 27104 

Prabhu Potluri (STUDENT), 2050 Craig St,, Apt. 20, 
Winston-Salem 27103 

Steven Ward Pruett (STUDENT), 2431 Lyndhurst Ave., 
Winston-Salem 27103 



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Neil Scott Reece (STUDENT), 2339-C Salem Court, 

Winston-Salem 27103 
John Edward Ritchie (ORS), 1425 Plaza Dr., Box 25007, 

Winston-Salem 27103 
Michael Sean Rogers (STUDENT), 1608-L Northwest 

Blvd., Winston-Salem 27104 
Henry Edward Shugart (STUDENT), 1749 Camden Rd., 

Winston-Salem 27103 
Timothy Earl Smith (STUDENT), 500 Gaither Rd., Win- 
ston-Salem 27101 
Edwin Wayne Sparks, Jr. (STUDENT), 459 S. Hawthorne 

Rd., Apt. F, Winston-Salem 27103 
Gladys Shi Tsao-Wu (STUDENT), 2323-D Winston Court, 

Winston-Salem, 27103 
Richard Barry Weinberg (GE), 300 S. Hawthorne Rd. 

Winston-Salem 27103 
George Thomas Zolovick (STUDENT), 2050 Craig St., Apt 

15, Winston-Salem 27103 
Gregory Vincent Zwilling (STUDENT), 2035 W. Academy 

St., Winston-Salem 27103 

Franklin 

Darron Joseph Molter (FP), 98 Bullock St., Franklinton 
27525 



Pitt 

Teresa Keller Bradley (STUDENT), Wedgewood Arms 

Apts. 304, Greenville 27834 
Jeffrey Allen Ray (STUDENT), 208 Ash St, Apt. #4, 

Greenville 27858 
Julie Ann Reeves (STUDENT), 1610 Treybrooke Circle, 

Greenville 27834 
Craig Stephen Self (STUDENT), P-3, Doctors Park, 

Beasley Dr., Greenville 27834 
Duncan Russell Simmons (STUDENT), #18 Azalea 

Gardens, Greenville 27858 
Jill Annette Williams (STUDENT), 2608 Mulberry Ln., 

Arlington Square Apts., Greenville 27858 

Wake 

Robert Alfred Desimone (R), 315 Lochside Dr., Cary 2751 1 
Scott Alan McGeary (PD), 3100 Duraleigh Rd., Raleigh 

27612 
Man Martha Yambor (P), PO Box 2444, Chapel Hill 27515 

Wilson 

Krishna Murari Verma (P), 1072 Waterford Dr., Wilson 
27893 



Greater Greensboro Society of Medicine 

Billy Lee Ferguson (PD), 614 Pasteur Dr., Greensboro 
27401 

John Christian Mundy (OTO), 1309 N. Elm St., Greensboro 
27401 

Thomas A. Zirker (PTH), 801 Green Valley Rd., Greens- 
boro 27408 

Iredell 

Michael Ray Miller (FP), 750 Hartness Rd., Ste. E, 
Statesville 28677 



Lincoln 

Gerald Anthony Coniglio (ORS), 202 Lincoln Medical Park, 
Lincolnton 28092 



Mecklenburg 

Michael Patrick Jeremiah (RESIDENT), 9143 Kings 

Canyon Dr., Charlotte 28210 
Mark David Robinson (FP), PO Box 32861, Carolina 

Medical Center, Charlotte 28232 
Jonathan B. Roth (PD), PO Box 33549, Presbyterian 

Hospital, Charlotte 28233 
Paul Alma Watterson (PS), 2215 Randolph Rd., Charlotte 

28207 

Nash 

Rosario Guarino (N), 2412 Professional Dr., Box 7504, 

Rocky Mount 27801 
James Clay Rewis (OBG), 132 Foy Dr., Rocky Mount 

27804 



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Continuing Medical Education 



February 15 

Clinical Pathology 

Place: Greenville 

Credit: 6 hours Category I, AMA 

Info: Mary C. Valand, Office of Continuing Medical 

Education, Box 7224, Greenville 27835-7224. 919/ 

551-5200 



March 20 

Risk Management 

Place: Greenville 

Credit: 7 hours Category I, AMA 

Info: Mary C. Valand, Office of Continuing Medical 

Education, Box 7224, Greenville 27835-7224. 919/ 

551-5200 



February 27 

Current Concepts in Family Practice - Update '91 

Place: Greenville 

Credit: 6 hours Category I, AMA 

Info: Mary C. Valand, Office of Continuing Medical 

Education, Box 7224, Greenville 27835-7224. 919/ 

551-5200 



March 20 

43rd Annual Scientific Assembly 
Place: Research Triangle Park 
Credit: 16.25 hours, AAFP 
Fee: $195 

Info: Marietta Ellis, NC Academy of Family Physicians, 
P.O.Box 18469, Raleigh 27619. 919/847-6467 



March 1 

Update on Anxiety Disorders 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599- 

7000. 919/962-2118 



March 21 

Research in Primary Care 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599- 

7000. 919/962-2118 



March 1-2 

Functional Neuroscience: A Review and Update 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599- 

7000. 919/962-2118 

March 7 

How to Manage a More Profitable Practice 

Place: Raleigh 

Info: Director, CME, Southern Medical Association, 35 

Lakeshore Dr., PO Box 190088, Birmingham, AL 

35219-0088. 1-800/423-4992 

March 15-16 

Literacy: Legacy for a Lifetime 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599- 

7000. 919/962-2118 



March 21-22 

The 15th Annual Symposium of the Lineberger Comprehen- 
sive Cancer Center - "Molecular Basis of Cancer Therapeu- 
tics" 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Public Information Director, Lineberger Compre- 
hensive Cancer Center, UNC School of Medicine, 
CB #7295, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7295. 919/966- 
3036 

March 21-23 

Advances in Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care 

Place: Chapel Hill 

Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599- 

7000. 919/962-2118 

March 22-23 

Expert Medical Evaluation in Child Physical and Sexual 

Abuse: Advances and Controversies 
Place: Chapel Hill 
Info: Office of CME, UNC School of Medicine, CB 

#7000, 231 MacNider Building, Chapel Hill 27599- 

7000. 919/962-2118 



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April 5 

Ninth Annual ECU Biotechnology Symposium 

Place: Greenville 

Credit - 7 hours Category I, AMA 

Info: Mary C. Valand, Office of Continuing Medical 

Education, Box 7224, Greenville 27835-7224. 919/ 

551-5200 

April 19 

Pediatrics Day 1991 

Place: Greenville 

Credit: 6 hours Category I, AMA 

Info: Mary C. Valand, Office of Continuing Medical 

Education, Box 7224, Greenville 27835-7224. 919/ 

551-5200 

April 11-12 

ACLS Provider Course 

Place: Raleigh 

Credit: 16 credits AAFP 

Fee: $150 

Info: Helen Creech, R.N., Course Coordinator, Rex 

Hospital, 4420 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh 27607. 

919/783-3161 

April 11-13 

Endovascular Surgery Symposium III 
Place: Greensboro 
Credit: 12 hours Category I, AMA 
Fee: $750 

Info: Ms. Nancy Edmonds Skelton, Symposium Coordi- 
nator - 1-800/456-CVTS or 919/373-8245 

April 29 - May 3 
Spring Symposium '91 
Place: Charlotte 

Info: Faye Scott, Carolinas Medical Center, P.O. Box 
32861, Charlotte 28232. 704/355-5225 

Continuing throughout the year 

Geriatric Education Modules in geriatric medicine, mental 

health, health promotion and long-term care 
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1990-1991 



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Telephone 919/833-3836 

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OFFICERS, COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS 

AND 

ROSTER OF MEMBERS 



Alphabetical Listings 

and 

Roster by Specialties within Counties 



Roster information correct according to North Carolina Medical Society records on 
membership on January 31, 1991. 

The roster information of the members of the State Medical Society contained in this 
publication may not be used as a general mailing list without specific authority from 
the State Society. 

CONTENTS 

Officers 5 

Headquarters Staff 7 

NCMS Membership Categories 10 

Commissions 13 

Committees 13 

Boards 24 

Councilor Districts 25 

Key to Specialties 26 

Roster Coding Key 26 

Alphabetical List of Members 31 

Resident/Fellow Members 131 

Student Members 137 

Fifty Year Club 143 

Roster of Members by Component Society 147 

Specialty Societies & Other Health Care Organizations 301 

Deceased Members 305 

District Map 306 

Former Presidents of the NCMS 308 

NCMS Endorsed Programs 311 

Foundation Members 313 

Index to Advertisers 320 



Copyright 1991 by the North Carolina Medical Society. 



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OFFICERS — 1990-1991 

President Edwin W. Monroe, MD, 1257 Kent Place Lane. Winston-Salem 27104 (919-723-1456 

President-Elect John T. Dees. MD. St. Helena Rd., PO Box 815. Burgaw 28425 (919-259-5171 

First Vice-President F. Maxton Mauney, Jr., MD. 257 McDowell St., Asheville 28803 (704-258-1 121 

Second Vice-President Eugene S. Mayer. MD. UNC, CB #7165, Wing C, Box 3, Chapel Hill 27599 (919-966-2461 

Secretary-Treasurer Carolyn R. Ferree, MD. 300 S. Hawthorne Rd.. Winston-Salem 27103 (919-748-4981 

Speaker John A. Fagg, MD, 2901 Maplewood Ave.. Winston-Salem 27103 (919-765-8620 

Vice-Speaker Alfred L. Ferguson. MD, 6 Doctors Park. Greenville 27834 (91 9-752-8880 

Immediate Past-President T. Reginald Harris. MD. 808 Schenck St.. Shelby 28150 (704-482-1482 

Executive Vice-President George E. Moore. PO Box 27167. 222 N. Person St., Raleigh 2761 1 (919-833-3836 



COUNCILORS AND VICE-COUNCILORS — 1990-1991 

First District — Councilor Robert C. Kahn, MD. Rt. 2, Box 1 6-E, Ahoskie 2791 (91 9-332-6360) 

Vice-Councilor John E. Cook. MD, PO Box 96, Camden 27921 (91 9-338-1 542) 

Second District— Councilor Charles L. Herring. MD, 310 Glenwood Ave.. Kinston 28501 (919-523-0026) 

Vice-Councilor Neil C. Bender. MD. PO Box 68, Pollocksville 28573 (91 9-633-1 01 0) 

Third District — Councilor John Haverkamp, MD, 619 Park Ave., Goldsboro 27530 (919-734-0944) 

Vice-Councilor Larry C. Nickens. MD. 2706 Medical Office Place, Goldsboro 27530 (919-734-4736) 

Fourth District— Councilor Michael J. Donahue, MD. 1505 Medical Center Dr., Wilmington 28401 (919-763-1555) 

Vice-Councilor Daniel Gottovi, MD. 1202 Medical Center Dr., Wilmington 28401 (919-341-3300) 

Fifth District — Councilor Charles L. Garrett, Jr., MD, Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville 28541 (919-353-3498) 

Vice-Councilor Carl D. Pate. Jr., MD, PO Box 986, Beulaville 28518 (919-757-4100) 

Sixth District — Councilor Elizabeth P. Kanof. MD. 3400 Executive Dr.. Ste. 207, Raleigh 27609 (919-878-0310) 

Vice-Councilor Donald T. Lucey. MD. 2800 Blue Ridge Blvd.. Ste. 403, Raleigh 27607 (919-781-71 13) 

Seventh District — Councilor Richard F. Bruch, MD. 2609 N. Duke St., Durham 27704 (91 9-471 -8431 ) 

Vice-Councilor Edward C. Halperin, MD, DUMC, Box 3085, Durham 27710 (919-684-3196) 

Eighth District— Councilor Charles A. Hoffman, Jr., MD, 513 Owen Dr.. Fayetteville 28304 (919-485-8801) 

Vice-Councilor Roy A. Weaver, MD, Cape Fear Hospital, PO Box 2000. Fayetteville 28302 (919-323-6149) 

Ninth District — Councilor Robert W. Carter. MD. Kernodle Clinic, Burlington 2721 7 (91 9-227-3621 ) 

Vice-Councilor John B. Anderson. Jr.. MD, 1018 College St., Oxford 27565 (91 9-693-3972) 

Tenth District — Councilor J. Antonio Bardelas. Jr., MD. 100 Westwood Ave., High Point 27262 (919-883-1393) 

Vice-Councilor George T. Wolff, MD, 1016-A Professional Village, Greensboro 27401 (919-379-1 156) 

Eleventh District — Councilor Clifford R. Guy. MD. 250 Charlois Blvd., Winston-Salem 27103 (919-768-4730) 

Vice-Councilor Gregory G. Holthusen, MD, PO Box 25007, Winston-Salem 27114 (919-768-1270) 

Twelfth District — Councilor Richard V. Liles. Jr.. MD, 320 Yadkin St., Albemarle 28001 (704-982-9144) 

Vice-Councilor Robert G. Townsend, Jr.. MD. 405 S. Main St., Raeford 28376 (919-875-5101) 

Thirteenth District — Councilor Jared N. Schwartz, MD, PO Box 33549, Charlotte 28233 (704-371-4814) 

Vice-Councilor Andrew W. Walker. MD. 221 5 Randolph Rd., Charlotte 28207 (704-372-6846) 

Fourteenth District — Councilor J. Grayson Hall. MD. PO Box 158, Dobson 27017 (919-386-8270) 

Vice-Councilor Henry C. Walters, Jr., MD, 509 Brookdale Dr., Statesville 28677 (704-872-6343) 

Fifteenth District — Councilor W. Grimes Byerly. Jr. MD. 24 Second Ave., N.E., Hickory 28601 (704-328-2231 ) 

Vice-Councilor C. Larry Lutz, MD, PO Box 1 020, Lenoir 28645 (704-758-5544) 

Sixteenth District — Councilor Jess A. Powell, III. MD. 201 Grover St., Shelby 281 50 (704-487-31 41 ) 

Vice-Councilor Douglas D. Sheets. MD. Tyron Rd., PO Box 1208, Rutherfordton 28139 (704-287-7383) 

Seventeenth District — Councilor Ronald L. Servoss, MD. PO Box 984. Sylva 28779 (704-586-8081 ) 

Vice-Councilor Russell J. Sacco. MD. 506 Park Hill Ct.. Hendersonville 28739 (704-692-3538) 

Eighteenth District — Councilor F. Maxton Mauney, Jr., MD. 257 McDowell St.. Asheville 28803 (704-258-1 121) 

Vice-Councilor William B. Costenbader, Jr., MD, 131 McDowell St., Asheville 28801(704-254-3517) 

SECTION CHAIRS — 1990-1991 

Allergy & Clinical Immunology John T. Klimas. MD, 271 1 Randolph Rd., Bldg. 400, Charlotte 

Anesthesiology John E. Cook, MD. PO Box 96. Camden 

Dermatology William M. Hendricks, MD, 407 S. Cox St., Asheboro 

Emergency Medicine Roy L. Alson, MD, Emergency Medicine Dept., Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem 

Family Practice Thomas L. Speros, MD, 501 W. 1 5th St., Washington 

Hospital Medical Staffs E. Steven Dummit. Jr., MD. PO Box 1378, Sanford 

Internal Medicine James C. Gaither, MD, Rt. 2, Box 1 99, Conover 

Medical Students J. Robert Anderson, 2000-J Falcon Wood Ct., Winston-Salem 

Neurological Surgery ■ James S. Fulghum, III. MD. PO Box 14027, Raleigh 

Neurology D. Frank Fleming, Jr., MD, 2501 Stantonsburg Rd., Greenville 

Obstetrics & Gynecology A. Barry Campbell. MD, 93 Victoria Rd., Asheville 

Ophthalmology Edward K. Isbey, III, MD, 495 Biltmore Ave., Asheville 

Orthopaedics Basil M. Boyd. Jr.. MD, 1 001 Blythe Blvd.. #200. Charlotte 

Otolaryngology & Maxillofacial Surgery N. Neil Howell. MD, 3535 Randolph Rd., Ste. 210, Charlotte 

Pathology D. Carl Biggers. MD, Memorial Mission Hospital, Asheville 

Pediatrics E. Stephen Edwards, MD, 2800 Blue Ridge Blvd., Ste. 501 , Raleigh 

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery William F. Mullis. MD, 221 5 Randolph Rd., Charlotte 

Psychiatry John A. Ascher, MD. 3030 Cornwallis Rd.. Research Triangle Park 

Public Health & Education Donald M. Hayes. MD, PO Box 2760, Winston-Salem 

Radiology & Nuclear Medicine William T. Thorwarth. Jr., MD, PO Box 308, Hickory 

Resident Physicians William M. Johnstone, Jr., MD, 1608 Beaumont Dr., Greenville 

Surgery Michael C. Rowland, MD, PO Box 2000, Pinehurst 

Urology Paul W. Coughlin, MD. 624 Quaker Ln.. Ste. E-100, High Point 

Young Physicians J. Thomas Newton, MD, 403 Fairview St., Clinton 

DELEGATES TO THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
(2-year term) 

T. Reginald Harris. MD. 808 Schenck St., Shelby 28150 (January 1, 1991 -December 31, 1992) 

Henry J. Carr, Jr.. MD. PO Box 857, Clinton 28328 (January 1, 1990-December 31, 1991) 

Don C. Chaplin. MD. Kernodle Clinic, 316 N. Graham-Hopedale, Rd.. Burlington 27217 (January 1, 1990-December 31, 1991) 

E. Harvey Estes, Jr.. MD, 3542 Hampstead Ct.. Durham 27707 (January 1. 1990-December 31. 1991) 

John A. Fagg. MD. 2901 Maplewood Ave.. Winston-Salem 27103 (January 1. 1990-December 31. 1991) 

John W. Foust, MD. 3535 Randolph Rd.. Ste. R210. Charlotte 2821 1 (January 1, 1991 -December 31, 1992) 

Frank R. Reynolds. MD, 1613 Dock St.. Wilmington 28401 (January 1. 1991 -December 31. 1992) 

Frank Sohmer, MD. 9808 Reynolda Rd.. Tobaccoville 27050 (January 1, 1990-December 31, 1991) 

Thomas B. Dameron, Jr.. MD, PO Box 10707, Raleigh 27605 (January 1, 1991 -December 31. 1992) 



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ALTERNATE DELEGATES TO THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

(2-year term) 

John T. Dees, MD, PO Box 815, Burgaw 28425 (January 1, 1990-December 31, 1991) 

Carolyn R. Ferree, MD, 300 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 27103 (January 1, 1990-December 31, 1991) 

Charles L. Garrett, Jr., MD, Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville 28541 (January 1, 1990-December 31. 1991) 

H. David Bruton, MD, 195 W. Illinois Ave., Southern Pines 28387 (January 1, 1990-December 31. 1991) 

Elizabeth P. Kanof, MD, 3400 Executive Dr., Ste. 207, Raleigh 27609 (January 1, 1991 -December 31, 1992) 

F. Maxton Mauney, Jr., MD, 257 McDowell St., Asheville 28803 (January 1, 1991 -December 31, 1992) 

Edwin W. Monroe, MD, 1257 Kent Place Ln., Winston-Salem 27103 (January 1, 1990-December 31, 1991) 

Philip H. Pearce, MD, 209 E. Carver St., Durham 27704 (January 1, 1991 -December 31, 1992) 

Angus M. McBryde Jr., MD, 120 Providence Rd., Charlotte 28207 (January 1, 1991 -December 31, 1992) 

HEADQUARTERS STAFF 

George E. Moore Executive Vice-President 

Margaret Woodcock Director, Administrative Affairs 

Donald R. Wall Director, Business Affairs 

Patricia K. Hodgson Director, Communications 

Ann L. Sawyer Director, Governmental Affairs 

Arlene Diosegy General Counsel 

Mona H. Sauls Executive Administrator. Auxiliary 

Katherine Moore Executive Assistant, Accounting Services 

Alan McKenzie Executive Assistant, Administrative Affairs 

Bud Cowan Executive Assistant, Communications Production 

Alan Skipper Executive Assistant, Conferences 

Deborah C. Nelson Executive Assistant, Health Policy & Programs 

Bob Burns Executive Assistant, Communications 

Linda Carter Executive Assistant to the Executive Vice-President 

Elizabeth Bailey Executive Assistant, Governmental Affairs 

Deanna Godwin Executive Assistant, Membership 

Carol Russell Executive Assistant, Specialty Societies 

Gary K. Armistead Executive Assistant, Third Party Relations 

Lucy Gross Administrative Assistant, Administrative Affairs 

Joyce Ligon Administrative Assistant, Executive Department 

Jean Lewis Administrative Assistant, Governmental Affairs 

Garry Linton Production Assistant 

Patricia Strickland Secretary, Administrative Affairs 

Aileen Best Secretary, Administrative Affairs 

Pat Winn Secretary, Auxiliary 

Tricia McCoy Secretary, Auxiliary 

Kelly Fry Secretary, Business Affairs 

Candy Winslow Secretary. Communications 

Christe Narron Secretary, General Counsel 

Sandy Butts Secretary, Governmental Affairs 

Cindy Brooks Receptionist Secretary 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 
For Doctors and their Patients 

Published Monthly as the Official Organ of the Noith Carolina Medical Society 



March 1991, Volume 52, Number 3 
(ISSN 0029-2559) 



STAFF 

Eugene A. Stead. Jr.. MD 

5113 Townsville Rd., Bullock 

editor 

919 693-4511 

Francis A. Neelon, M.D. 

Durham 

associate editor 

F Maxton Mauney. Jr. M.D. 

Asheville 

associate editor 

Eben Alexander. Jr.. M.D. 

Winston-Salem 

associate editor 

William B. Blvthe. M D 

Chapel Hill 

associate editor 

Walter J. Pories, M.D- 

Greenville 

associate editor 

Edward C. Halpenn. M.D. 

Durham 

associate editor 

Laurel Fereiohn 

Durham 

MANAGING EDITOR 

919 684-5728 



Jane Whalen 

Durham 

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT 

George E. Moore 

Raleigh 

BUSINESS MANAGER 



EDITORIAL BOARD 

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Raleigh 

CHAIRMAN 

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Greenville 

Robert W Pnchard, M.D. 

Winston-Salem 

Louis deS. Shaffner. M.D. 

Winston-Salem 

Jay Arena, M.D. 

Durham 

Jack Hughes, M.D. 

Durham 

William B. Blvthe. M.D. 

Chapel Hill 

Margaret N. Harker, M.D. 

Morehead City 



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The Society is not to be considered as endorsing the views and 
opinions advanced by authors of papers delivered at the Annual Meet- 
ing or published in the official publication of the Society. 
— Constitution and Bylaws of the North Carolina Medical Socien. 
Chapter IV. Section 3. page 4 



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NCMS MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES 

REGULAR ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Active Members of the NCMS shall be the active members of the component societies, who pay dues to the NCMS and those 
physicians who are admitted by the Executive Council. Each component society shall be the judge of the qualifications of its members, 
but, as such societies are the portals to the NCMS and the AMA, only reputable physicians holding a license to practice medicine 
in NC shall be admitted as active members to component societies. Active member dues are $325.00. 

LIFE MEMBERS 

Current members of The Society may qualify as Life Members if they have both retired from the profession of medicine and reached 
their 65th birthday by January 1 of the current year and have been dues paying members of The Society for 30 years; or if they have 
reached the age of 70 by January 1 of the current year and have been dues paying members for 20 years providing that they have 
been members of The Society for the prior five (5) years or exempted by Council action. They shall be exempt from all dues and 
assessments and shall be entitled to all the privileges enjoyed by Active Members. If members eligible for Life Membership elect to 
continue paying their dues and assessments, they then shall continue as active members. The time of a member's service in the 
Armed Forces of our country except on a career basis shall be considered as membership in The Society. 

EARLY RETIREMENT MEMBERS 

Physicians who have been active members of the NCMS for at least 20 years and who are fully retired from the profession of 
medicine may become Early Retirement Members upon payment of 50% of the regular dues for Active Members and shall have all 
the rights and privileges of Life Membership. 

SEMI-RETIRED MEMBERS 

Current physician members of the NCMS who have been dues paying members of NCMS for at least 30 years, who are at least 
60 years of age, and who continue to be active in the profession of medicine but are working less than 20 hours per week may qualify 
for Semi-Retired Membership status. These physicians shall pay dues equal to 66% of active dues until they become eligible for Life 
Membership. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Honorary Members must be nominated by the Council and must receive a two-thirds vote of the members of the House of Delegates. 
They shall be physicians distinguished by their contributions to medicine or physicians who have displayed an exceptional interest 
in the welfare of the NCMS; or reflected credit and honor upon the profession. They shall be exempt from all dues and assessments 
and, except for the right to vote and hold office, shall be entitled to all the privileges of the NCMS. 

AFFILIATE MEMBERS 

Upon recommendation of the component society in which they are located, those physicians who are not licensed to practice 
medicine in NC may be granted Affiliate Membership by the Executive Council. They shall pay annual dues at 75% of the active 
dues and, except for the right to vote and hold office, shall be entitled to all the privileges of the NCMS. 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Upon recommendation of a component society, a physician residing in North Carolina who has been a dues paying member of a 
state society(ies) belonging to the AMA Federation for 20 years and is retired shall pay dues at 60% of the active member dues. 
Those physicians in this category who are practicing 20 hours or less per week, shall pay dues at 75% of active member dues and 
shall have all the rights and privileges of the NCMS with the exception of holding office. 

DISABILITY EXEMPT MEMBERS 

Current members of the NCMS whose disability is certified by their component society and who are retired from the profession of 
medicine shall be exempt from all dues and assessments and shall have all the rights and privileges of active members except the 
right to vote or hold office. 

CONDITIONAL MEMBERS 

A physician who has applied for membership in The Society but whose application process has not been completed through the 
county society shall be granted a conditional membership for a period of one year upon payment of State Society dues. If at the end 
of this period, an applicant has not completed the county society application process, membership in The Society will be terminated 
and dues refunded in full. Except for the right to vote and hold office the conditional member shall be entitled to all the rights and 
privileges of The Society. 

RESIDENT/FELLOW MEMBERS 

Physicians who are in training in hospitals in the US, which are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals 
for residency training who are licensed to practice in NC may be admitted to membership in the NCMS directly or through membership 
in a component medical society for and during the period of time in which they are engaged in training. They shall have the same 
rights and privileges as active members and shall pay NCMS dues of $20.00. 

STUDENT MEMBERS 

Any student who is regularly enrolled as a candidate for the degree of Doctor of Medicine in a NC medical school is eligible for 
NCMS student membership. These members shall enjoy all the rights and privileges of membership except voting for members of 
Boards or Commissions who are appointed or elected by the NCMS according to State Law. They shall pay dues of $10.00. 




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Committee and Commission Appointments 

1990-1991 



The committees listed herein have been authorized by President Edwin W. Monroe, MD, and/or as required under the Constitution and Bylaws and the 
Procedure and Policy Manual. Particular note should be taken of the authorization of the HOUSE OF DELEGATES of a commission form of organization 
activity and that all committees, excepting MEDIATION COMMITTEE, NOMINATING COMMITTEE, PLANNING COUNCIL, COORDINATING COUNCIL OF 
SPECIALTY SOCIETIES, and COMPENSATION COMMITTEE are segregated under the respective commission in which the function of the committee 
logically rests. This will tend to eliminate overlapping and duplication in activity programs and result in coordination of the work of the Society in a manner 
to lessen the work of the Delegates during the Annual Meeting of the HOUSE OF DELEGATES. 

(Superior figures (e.g. 21 ) indicate the component county society from which the member emanates, as in the membership list of the ROSTER.) 



COMMISSION I 

Administration 

Edgar C. Garrabrant, MD, Commissioner (919-787-7171) 

PO Box 18946, Raleigh 27619 



1. Audit Committee (1-1) 

William R. Hudson, MD, Chair (919-684-3834) 
Duke University Medical Center, Durham 27710 

2. Finance Committee (1-2) 

Carolyn R. Ferree, MD, Chair (919-748-4981) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 27103 

3. Membership Committee (I-3) 

Charles L. Garrett, Jr, MD, Chair (919-353-3498) 
Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville 28541 

4. Membership Services & Benefits Committee (1-4) 
T. Reginald Harris, MD, Chair (704-482-1482) 

808 Schenck St., Shelby 28150 



COMMISSION II 

Advisory and Study 

Elizabeth P. Kanof, MD, Commissioner (919-878-0310) 

3400 Executive Drive, Ste. 207, Raleigh 27609 



Committee 
Listing 

No. 3 



No. 18 



No. 26 



No. 27 



1. Auxiliary Advisory Committee (11-1) 
Charles L. Nance, MD, Chair (919-763-7344) 

2001 S. 17th St., Wilmington 28401 

2. Bioethics Committee (II-2) 

George C. Barrett, MD, Chair (704-365-2878) 
6913 Huntfield Dr., Charlotte 28226 

3. Cancer Committee (II-3) 

M. Robert Cooper, MD, Co-Chair (919-748-4300) 
300 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 27103 

Avery W. McMurry, MD, Co-Chair (704-482-6359) 
207 Lee St., Shelby 28150 

Professional Insurance Committee (II -4) 

Charles M. Hassell, Jr, MD, Chair (919-379-4074) 
1200N. Elm St., Greensboro 27401 

Traffic Safety Committee (1 1-5) 
George Johnson, Jr, MD, Chair (919-966-3391) 
UNC, Dept. of Surgery, CB#7210, Chapel Hill 27599 



Committee 
Listing 

No. 4 



No. 5 



No. 6 



No. 33 



No. 38 



COMMISSION III 

Annual Convention 

Jack W. Bonner, MD, Commissioner (704-254-3201) 

Highland Hospital, PO Box 1101, Asheville 28802 



1. Arrangements Committee (111-1) 

C. Christopher Bremer, MD, Chair (919-551-2601) 
ECU, Family Medicine Dept, Brody Bldg, 4N78, 
Greenville 27858 

2. Constitution & Bylaws Committee (III-2) 
Alfred L. Ferguson, MD, Chair (919-752-8880) 

6 Doctors Park, Greenville 27834 

3. Credentials Committee (III-3) 

Louis R. Wilkerson, MD, Chair (919-571-1040) 
4420 Lake Boone Tr, Ste. 302, Raleigh 27607 

4. Medical Education Committee (III-4) 
Preston A. Walker, MD, Chair (919-851-4780) 

5207 Hawkesbury Ln, Raleigh 27606 

5. Risk Management Committee (III-5) 

Thomas F. O'Brien, Jr, MD, Chair (919-551-2149) 
ECU, Brody Bldg, AD37-A, Greenville 27858 



COMMISSION IV 

Professional Service 

Carl S. Phipps, MD, Commissioner (919-760-5960) 

3333 Silas Creek Pkwy, Winston-Salem 27103 



Committee 
Listing 

No. 2 



No. 11 



No. 13 



No. 24 



No. 35 



1. Aging Committee (IV-1) 

James S. Parsons, MD, Chair (919-832-5125) 
704 W. Jones St., Raleigh 27603 

2. Disaster & Emergency Medical Care Committee (IV-2) 
Joseph A. Moylan, MD, Chair (919-684-2237) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3947, Durham 27710 

3. Environmental Health Committee (IV-3) 
James B. Tenney, MD, Chair (704-255-5671) 

32 Hoyt Rd, Arden 28704 

4. N. C. Industrial Commission Liaison Committee (IV-4) 
Robert B. Nelson, MD Chair (91 9-781 -5600) 

PO Box 10707, Raleigh 27605 

5. Third Party Relations Committee (IV-5) 
James P. Weaver, MD, Chair (919-479-4100) 

PO Box 15249, Durham 27704 



Commitlee 
Listing 

No. 1 



No. 14 



No. 16 



No. 30 



No. 37 



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COMMISSION V 

Public Afiairs 

Robert W. Carter, MD, Commissioner (919-227-3621) 

Kernodle Clinic, 316 N. Graham-Hopedale Rd., Burlington 27217 

Committee 
Listing 

1. Communications Committee (V-1) No. 9 
Edward M. Hedgpeth, Jr, MD, Chair (919-682-9341) 

1110W. Main St., Durham 27701 

2. Eye Care & Eye Bank Committee (V-2) No. 17 
James L. Kesler, MD, Chair (919-763-7316) 

1120 Medical Center Dr., Wilmington 28401 

3. Legislation Committee (V-3) No. 20 
H. David Bruton, MD, Chair (919-692-2444) 

195 W. Illinois Ave., Southern Pines 28387 

4. Medical Aspects of Sports Committee (V-4) No. 23 
Frank W. Clippinger, Jr, MD, Chair (919-684-4229) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3935, Durham 27710 

5. Medical-Legal Committee (V-5) No. 25 

Joseph M. Jenkins, MD, Chair (919-946-9045) 
210 Riverside Dr., Washington 27889 



COMMITTEES NOT ASSIGNED TO A COMMISSION 



1. COMPENSATION COMMITTEE 

Edwin W. Monroe, MD, Chair (919-723-1456) 
1257 Kent Place Ln., Wnston-Salem 27104 

2. COORDINATING COUNCIL OF SPECIALTY SOCIETIES 

Dale R. Shaw, MD, Chair (704-365-1945) 
PO Box 36937, Charlotte 28236 

3. MEDIATION COMMITTEE 

Kenneth E. Cosgrove, MD, Chair (704-692-2231) 
510 7th Ave., W., Hendersonville 28739 

Ernest B. Spangler, MD, Secretary (919-854-6546) 
Drawer X-3, Greensboro 27402 

4. NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

John R. Kernodle, MD, Chair (919-584-7075) 
2465 Edgewood Ave., Burlington 27215 

5. PUNNING COUNCIL 

Thomas B. Dameron, Jr, MD, Chair (919-781 -5600) 
PO Box 10707, Raleigh 27605 



Committee 
Listing 

No. 10 



No. 12 



No. 22 



No. 29 



No. 32 



COMMISSION VI 
Public Service 

Thad B. Wester, MD, Commissioner (919-733-4984) 
1001 Brighthurst Dr., Apt. 101, Raleigh 27605 

Committee 
Listing 

1. Drug Abuse & Pharmacy Committee (VI-1) No. 15 

Ronald B. Mack, MD, Chair (919-727-8108) 
2516 Woodberry Dr., Winston-Salem 27106 

2. Health Care Access Committee (VI-2) 
Donald T. Lucey, MD, Chair (919-781-71 13) 

2800 Blue Ridge Blvd., Ste. 403, Raleigh 27607 

3. Physicians Health & Effectiveness Committee (VI-3) 
Robert A. Fleury.MD, Chair (919-692-6471) 

PO Box 56, Southern Pines 28387 

4. Sexually Transmitted Diseases & AIDS Committee (VI-4) 

Myron S. Cohen, MD, Chair (919-966-2536) 

UNC, 547 Burnett-Womack Bldg, 229-H, Chapel Hill 27599 



COMMISSION VII 

Health Services 

Robert G. Brame, MD, Commissioner (919-551-5200) 

ECU, OBG Dept, Greenville 27858 



No. 19 



No. 31 



No. 36 



1. Child Health Committee (VII-1) 
Charles K. Scott, MD, Chair (919-228-8316) 
530 W. Webb Ave, Burlington 27215 



Committee 
Listing 

No. 7 



2. Children's Special Health Services Advisory Committee (VII-2) No. 8 

Page Anderson, MD, Chair (919-681-2916) 
Duke University Medical Center, Box 3218, Durham 27710 

3. Maternal Health Committee (VII-3) No. 21 
Robert G. Brame, MD, Chair (919-551-5200) 

ECU, OBG Dept, Greenville 27858 

4. Mental Health Committee (VIM) No. 28 
Charles R. Vernon, MD, Chair (919-256-4106) 

7230 Wrightsville Ave, Wilmington 28403 

5. Rehabilitation Medicine Committee (VII-5) No. 34 
Angus M. McBryde, Jr, MD, Chair (704-377-0351) 

120 Providence Rd, Charlotte 28207 



1. Aging Committee IV-1 (12)(4 Consultants) 

James S. Parsons, MD92 (IM/GER)(91 9-832-51 25) Chair 

704 W. Jones St, Raleigh 27603 
Chasse M. Bailey? 4 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-830-9448) 

P-6 Doctor's Park Apts, Beasley Dr., Greenville 27834 
SamuelT. Bickley, MD 4 0(FP)(919-885-2118) 

PO Box 5168, High Point 27262 
John B. Cleek, MD60 (IM)(704-542-6593) 

10512 Park Rd. Ext, Ste. 201, Charlotte 28210 
Monroe T. Gilmour, MD 60 (IM/CD)(704-375-0287) 

1300 Baxter St, Ste. 163, Charlotte 28204 
William C. Logan, Jr32 (ST)(UNC)(919-544-7428) 

600 Audubon Lake Dr., Bldg. #1, B-31, Durham 27713 
Burton V. Reifler, MD3 4 (P/GER)(919-748-4552) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Clare Jeanne Sanchez, MD92 (GER/IM)(919-733-5431) 

Dorothea Dix Hospital, Med. Services Div, Raleigh 27611 
RobertJ. Sullivan, Jr,MD32(|M/FP)(91 9-684-2248) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3003, Durham 27710 
Michael S. Vernon, MD? 4 (FP/GER)(919-551-4614) 

ECU, Family Medicine Dept, Brody Bldg, 4N-80, Greenville 27858 
Thomas R. White, MD23 (FP)(704-435-1 100) 

112 S. Oak St., Cherryville 28021 
Mark E. Williams, MD 3 ?(GER/IM)(91 9-966-5945) 

UNC, CB#7550, 141 MacNider Bldg, Chapel Hill 27599 

Consultants: 

Mary Bethel (919-733-3983) 

Dept. of Human Resources, Division of Aging, 693 Palmer Dr., 

Raleigh 27603 
Mary Edwards (919-467-6100) 

Innovative Health Concepts, 2000 Regency Pkwy, Ste. 210, Cary 27511 
David R. Thomas, MD (919-748-2389) 

Bowman Gray, 300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Judith C. Wright (Health Director)(919-793-3023) 

PO Box 396, Plymouth 27962 

2. Arrangements Committee 111—1 (13)(3 Consultants) 

C. Christopher Bremer, MD 74 (FP)(919-551-2601) Chair 

ECU, Family Medicine Dept, Brody Bldg, 4N78, Greenville 27858 
Don C. Chaplin, MD1 (IM/CD)(919-227-3621) 

Kernodle Clinic 316 N. Graham-Hopedale Rd, Burlington 27217 
John T. Dees, MD 55 (FP/PH)(919-259-5171) 

PO Box 815, Burgaw 28425 
John A. Fagg, MD34 (PS)(919-765-8620)(Speaker) 

2901 Maplewood Ave Winston-Salem 27103 
Alfred L. Ferguson, MD 74 (NEP/IM)(Vice-Speaker)(919-752-8880) 

6 Doctor's Park, Greenville 27834 
Margaret N. Harker, MD16 (GP)(919-247-3476) 

Drawer 897, Morehead City 28557 



COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS 



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T. Reginald Harris, MD23 (PUD/IM)(704-482-1482) 

808 Schenck St., Shelby 28150 
Edna M. Hoffman, MD 2 6 (ADM)(91 9-485-4755) 

404 Valley Rd., Favetteville 28305 
Willis E. Mease, MD^7 (FP)(919-324-3105) 

209 S. Church St Richlands 28574 
Ofelia N. Melley, MD°3 (FP)(919-295-1240) 

PO Box 625, Pinehurst 28374 
Edwin W. Monroe, MD 74 (IM)(President)(919-723-1456) 

1257 Kent Place Ln, Winston-Salem 27104 
Peter W. Robie, MD34 (IM)(919-748-2085) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 27103 
Robert G.Townsend, MD 47 (FP)(919-875-5101) 

PO Box 665, Raeford 28376 

Consultants: 

Maggie Ammar (Mohammed)(Auxiliary, Convention Cmte. Chair) 

(919-296-1568) PO Box 468, Kenansville 28349 
Helen Boyette (Edward)(Auxiliary President)(919-285-2721) 

PO Box 65, Chinquapin 28521 
Connie Parker (William)(Auxiliary President-Elect)(919-343-0724) 

1901 S. Live Oak Pkwy., Wilmington 28403 

3. Audit Committee 1-1 (5) 

William R. Hudson, MD32 (OTO)(919-684-3834) Chair 

Duke University Medical Center, Durham 27710 
Clifford R. Guy, MD34 (CD/IM)(919-768-4730) 

250 Charlois Blvd., Winston-Salem 27103 
Patrick D. Kenan, MD32 (OTO)(919-684-5238) 

Duke University Medical Center, OTO Dept., Durham 27710 
James H. Maxwell, MD 41 (DR)(919-854-6546) 

2313 Princess Ann St., Greensboro 27408 
Dale R. Shaw, MD60 (DR)(704-362-1945) 

PO Box 36937, Charlotte 28236 

4. Auxiliary Advisory Committee 11-1 (7)(2 Consultants) 
Charles L. Nance, Jr, MD65 (ORS)(919-763-7344) Chair 

2001S. 17th St, Wilmington 28401 
Edward L. Boyette, MD31 (FP/CD)(919-285-3481) 

Chinquapin 28521 
GloriaF. Graham, MD98(D)(919-291 -5600) 

702 Broad St, Wilson 27893 
Elizabeth P. Kanof, MD g 2 (D)(919-878-0310) 

3400 Executive Dr., Ste. 207, Raleigh 27609 
William P. Parker, Jr, MD65 (NS)(919-762-1804) 

1303 Cypress Grove Dr, Wilmington 28401 
Wanda L Radford, MD92 (OBG)(919-781-7450) 

4420 Lake Boone Tr, Ste. 301, Raleigh 27607 
Francis W. Wachter, MD60 (PTH)(704-384-4814) 

PO Box 33549, Charlotte 28233 

Consultants: 

Helen Boyette (Edward)(Auxiliary President-Elect)(91 9-285-2721) 

PO Box 65, Chinquapin 28521 
Connie Parker (William)(Auxiliary First Vice-President)(91 9-343-0724) 

1901 S. Live Oak Pkwy, Wilmington 28403 

Bioethics Committee 11-2 (24)(4 Consultants) 
George C. Barrett, MD 8 (R)(704-365-2878) Chair 

6913 Huntfield Rd, Charlotte 28226 
Linda E. Brinkman, MD 74 (RES)(919-355-6121) 

10 Palmetto PI, Greenville 27858 
Kenneth E. Cosgrove, MD 4 5 (IM/CD)(704-692-2231) 

510 7th Ave, W, Hendersonville 28739 
W. Joseph Eastman, Jr 74 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-830-6983) 

1311 Treybrooke Cir Greenville 27834 
G. Waldon Garriss, ll|32(ST)(UNC)(919-933-5520) 

Rt. #1, Box 694-A, Pittsboro 27312 
GloriaF. Graham, MD98(D)(919-291 -5600) 

702 Broad St, Wilson 27893 
Donald M. Hayes, MD3 4 (OM/IM)(91 9-744-3708) 

PO Box 2760, Winston-Salem 27102 
Jack Hughes, MD32 (U)(919-489-9504) 

30 Kimberly Dr, Durnam 27707 
Jennifer Hunter32 (ST)(DUKE)(919-383-4970) 

311 S. Lasalle St, #24F, Durham 27705 
John C. Jennings, MD3 4 (OBG)(919-748-4595) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 



David S. Lennon, MD60 (AN)(704-37 1-4049) 

2221 Hogan Ct, Charlotte 28270 
Allen J. McBride, MD32 (FP/ADM)(919-490-2585) 

PO Box 2291, Durham 27702 
Darlyne Menscer, MD60 (FP/GER)(704-355-3172) 

Carolinas Medical Center, PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Assad Meymandi, MD26 (P/N)(919-485-6166) 

1212 Walter Reed Rd, Favetteville 28304 
Lawrence W. Moore, Jr, MD32 (OPH)(919-682-9341) 

1110W. Main St, Durham 27701 

C. Glenn Pickard, Jr, MD32 (IM)(919-966-4205) 
N. C. Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill 27599 

Louis deS. Shaffner, MD3 4 (PDS/GS)(919-725-1503) 

740 N. Pine Valley Rd, Winston-Salem 27106 
J. Dale Simmons, MD 8 6 (PH/FP)(919-386-9400) 

PO Box 1062, Dobson 27017 
Donald D. Smith, MD 4 1 (PD)(91 9-379-4025) 

1200 N. Elm St, Greensboro 27401 
William J. Spencer, MD3 4 (IM/CD)(919-765-6020) 

3310 Brookview Hills Blvd., #106, Winston-Saiem 27103 
Eugene A. Stead, Jr, MD39 (IM/CD)(919-684-6587) 

Rt. 1, Box 194, Bullock 27507 
J. Richard Tamisiea,MD65(CD/IM)(919-341 -3301) 

1202 Medical Center Dr, Wilmington 28401 
Richard P. Vance, MD3 4 (PTH)(919-748-3970) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
James P. Weaver, MD32 (CDS)(919-479-4100) 

PO Box 15249, Durham 27704 

Consultants: 

Helen Boyette (Edward)(Auxiliary President)(919-285-2721) 

PO Box 65, Chinquapin 28521 
Keith Korenchuk, JD (704-335-9028) 

2600 Charlotte Plaza, Charlotte 28244 

D. Scott Lindsay, Chaplain (704-371-4168) 
Presbyterian Hospital, PO Box 33549, Charlotte 28233 

Rosemarie Tong, Ph.D. (704-892-2000) 
Davidson College, PO Box 1303, Davidson 28036 

6. Cancer Committee 11-3 (28)(Legal — 1 ea. Congressional District) 
M. Robert Cooper, MD34 (ON/HEM)(5th)(919-748-4300) Co-Chair 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd Winston-Salem 27103 
Avery W. McMurry, MD23 (GS)(10th)(704 -482-6359) Co-Chair 

207 Lee St, Shelby 28150 
Rupert C. Anderson, MD 18 (GS)(704-322-8485) 

Rt. 2, Box 196 Conover 28613 
Linda L Barrett 74 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-752-4742) 

1313 Treybrooke Cir, Greenville 27834 
Rolland J. Barrett, II, MD34 (GYN/ON)(919-748-2353) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Walter E. Davis, MD 3 2(ON/HEM)(2nd)(919-479-4100) 

PO Box 15249, Durham 27704 
Shirish D. Devasthali, MD26 (IM/HEM)(919-483-8586) 

PO Box 58097, Favetteville 28305 

E. Bruce Elliston, MD11 (FP)(704-258-8681) 
206 Asheland Ave, Asheville 28801 

Jon P. Gockerman, MD32 (ON/HEM)(91 9-684-6283) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3877, Durham 27710 
Margaret N. Harker, MD16 (GP)(919-247-3476) 

PO Drawer 897, Morehead City 28557 
Donald M. Hayes, MD 84 (OM/IM)(91 9-744-3708) 

PO Box 2760, Winston-Salem 27102 
Howard D. Homesley, MD34 (GYN/ON)(919-748-4022) 

Bowman Gray, 300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Kenneth S. Karb, MD 41 (Or\l/IM)(6th)(91 9-272-2141) 

1007 Professional Village, Greensboro 27401 
Richard B. Marshall, MD 84 (PTH)(919-748-2626) 

236 Stanaford Rd, Winston-Salem 27104 
Richard W. Martin. MD 80 (GS)(8th)(704-637-2750) 

PO Box 1665, Salisbury 28144 
Berniece R. Messer 74 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-753-5671 ) 

110 Martha Loop, Farmville 27828 
Robert C. Moffatt, MD11 (ON/GS)(704-258-2464) 

445 Biltmore Ctr, Ste. 102, Asheville 28801 
Barton R. Paschal, MD11 (ON/HEM)(704-254-8232) 

1 Doctors Dr, Asheville 28801 
Ray G. Silverthorne, MD 7 (OBG)(1st)(919-946-5168) 

Rt. 2, Box 35, Washington 27889 



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J. Dale Simmons, MD86 (PH/FP)(919-386-9400) 

PO Box 1062, DobsoR 27017 
Charles L Spurr, MD34 (0N/HEM)(91 9-777-3036) 

1845 Buena Vista Rd, Winston-Salem 27104 
Alan R. Thalinger, MD60 (ON/IM)(704-365-0760) 

3535 Randolph Rd, Charlotte 28211 
Stuart K. Todd, MD 64 (GS)(919-443-9084) 

100 Nash Medical Arts Mall, Rocky Mt. 27801 
Henry A. Unger, MD92 (U)(919-467-3203) 

101 SWPkwy, Cary 27511 

Andrew W. Walker, MD60 (PS/HS)(704-372-6846) 

2215 Randolph Rd Charlotte 28207 
Albert L. Wiley, Jr, MD™ (TR/NM)(919-551-2900) 

ECU, Cancer Center, Greenville 27858 
James E. Wortman, MD65 (IM/ON)(7th)(919-251-081 1) 

1912 Meeting Court, Wilmington 28401 
Thomas J. Zuber, MD 51 (FP/GER)(91 9-894-201 1 ) 

PO Box 699, Benson 27504 

7. Child Health Committee VIM (13)(1 Consultant) 
Charles K. Scott, MD 1 (PD/ADL)(919-228-8316) Chair 

530 W. Webb Ave, Burlington 27215 
John E. Eisele, MD™ (PD/PM)(919-551-4440) 

PO Box 6028, Greenville 27835 
R. McPhail Herring, Jr, MD82 (PD)(91 9-592-601 1 ) 

403 Fairview St., Clinton 28328 
Thomas G. Irons, MD™ (PD)(919-551 -2983) 

ECU, Office of Dean, AD-37, Greenville 27858 
Alex R. Kemper32 (ST)(DUKE)(919-684-5681) 

301 1 Pratt Ave, #D Durham 27705 
Peter A. Margolis, MD32 (919-966-2504) 

UNC, Wing D CB#7225, Chapel Hill 27599 
Nancy E. Moose 74 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-830-51 72) 

121 Huntingridge Rd, Greenville 27834 
Jonathan B. Roth, MD60 (PD)(704-371-4944) 

PO Box 33549, Charlotte 28233 
Martin W. Stallings, MD23 (PD)(704-739-2521) 

108 Edgemont Dr Kings Mountain 28086 
J. Gordon Still, MD92 (PD)(919-477-4297) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3675, Durham 27710 
Eugene H. Wade, MD1 (FP)(919-229-4791) 

723 Edith St., Burlington 27215 
Roy W. Watkins, MD S0 (FP)(704-543-6636) 

7810 Providence Rd, Charlotte 28226 
Thad B. Wester, MD g 2 (PH/PD)(91 9-733-4984) 

1001 Brighthurst Dr, Apt. 101, Raleigh 27605 

Consultant: 

Eugene C. Hines, Jr, Health Director(91 9-775-3603) 
Lee County Health Dept, PO Box 158, Sanford 27331 

8. Children's Special Health Services Advisory Committee VII-2 (13) 

(3 Consultants) 
Page Anderson, MD32 (PDC)(919-681-2916) Chair 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3218, Durham 27710 
Richard G. Azizkhan, MD 3 2 (PDS/GS)(919-966-4643) 

UNC, Surgery Dept, CB#7210, Chapel Hill 27599 
Ralph W. Coonrad, MD32 (ORS/HS)(919-286-1249) 

2609 N. Duke St., Durham 27704 
Robert J. Evans, MD 41 (U)(919-274-1 1 14) 

408-A Pkwy. Dr, Greensboro 27401 
Robert I. Kohut, MD 34 (OTO/HNS)(919-748-4161) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Ted Kushnick, MD 74 (PD)(919-551-2525) 

ECU, Pediatrics Dept Greenville 27858 
Margarita M. Lassaletta 74 (ST)(ECU)(919-355-5897) 

203 Shiloh Dr, #B, Greenville 27834 
Joseph T. Liverman, Jr, MD51 (FP)(919-934-5149) 

706 Wilkins St., Smithfield 27577 
C. Scott McLanahan, MD60 (NS)(704-376-1605) 

1010 Edgehill Rd, N, Charlotte 28207 
William G. Moorefield, Jr, MD60 (ORS)(704-377-0351) 

120 Providence Rd, Charlotte 28207 
Robert P. Schwartz, MD60 (PD/PDE)(704-355-3156) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Charles S. Turner, MD 34 (PDS)(919-724-0345) 

2819 Forest Dr, Winston-Salem 27104 



Thad B. Wester, MD92 (PH/PD)(919-733-4984) 
1001 Brighthurst Dr, Apt. 101, Raleigh 27605 

Consultants: 

Tom Vitaglione (919-733-7437) 

Dept. of Human Resources, Maternal & Child Care Section, 

1330 St. Mary's St, Raleigh 27605 
Ann F. Wolfe, MD (PD)(919-733-3816) 

Dept. of Human Resources, Maternal & Child Care Section, 

1330 St. Mary's St., Raleigh 27605 
Jerry W. Wiley, MD (PD)(919-733-7437) 

Dept. of Human Resources, Maternal & Child Care Section, 

1330 St. Mary's St, Raleigh 27605 

9. Communications Committee V-l (20)(2 Consultants) 
Edward M. Hedgpeth, Jr, MD32 (OPH)(919-682-9341) Chair 

1110W. Main St, Durham 27701 
David R. Beckham, MD26 (AN)(919-323-5491) 

1762 Metromedical Dr Fayetteville 28302 
Nicholas H. Benson, MD 74 (EM)(919-551-2954) 

109 Duke Road, Winterville 28590 
H. Vondell Clark 74 (ST)(ECU)(919-355-7133) 

330 Lindsay Dr., #9-G Greenville 27834 
Michael J. Donahue, MD°5 (D)(919-763-1555) 

1505 Medical Center Dr, Wilmington 28401 

E. Craig Evans, MD 60 (GS)(704-376-0327) 
2300 Randolph Rd, Charlotte 28207 

John M. Gazak, MD60 (U)(704-334-3033) 

1718 E. 4th St, Ste. 807, Charlotte 28204 
D. John Godehn, MD 4 5 (D)(704-693-0275) 

506 Park Hill Ct, Ste. 1, Hendersonville 28739 
H. Slade Howell, Jr, MD 4 (GS/VS)(919-886-4552) 

624 Quaker Ln, Ste. 116-B, High Point 27262 
James L. Kesler, MD65 (OPH)(919-763-7316) 

1 120 Medical Center Dr., Wilmington 28401 
John H. Killian, MD11 (OPH)(704-255-8978) 

276 E. Chestnut St., Asheville 28801 
B. Leroy Langston, III, MD 10 (GP)(919-754-8731) 

PO Box 1934, Shallotte 28459 
Charles W. Lapp, MD92 (IM/PD)(919-878-0900) 

3400 Executive Dr, Raleigh 27609 

F. Maxton Mauney, Jr, MD 1 MCDS/TS)(704-258-1121) 
257 McDowell St.. Asheville 28803 

Assad Meymandi, MD26 (P/N)(919-485-6166) 

1212 Walter Reed Rd, Fayetteville 28304 
L. David Nave, Jr, MD53 (FP)(919-774-6518) 

555 Carthage St, Sanford 27330 
C Glenn Pickard, Jr, MD32 (919-966-4205) 

NC Memorial Hospital Chapel Hill 27599 
Douglas D. Sheets, MD8i (OBG)(704-287-7383) 

PO Box 1208, Rutherfordton 28139 
J. Dale Simmons, MD86 (PH/FP)(919-386-9400) 

PO Box 1062, Dobson 27017 
Carolyn S.Wilson, MD32(RES)(919-684-81 11) 

828 Wilkerson Ave, Durham 27701 

Consultants: 

Mary Fisher (Otis)(Auxiliary, Communications/Pub. Rel. Cmte. Chair) 

(919-282-1 129) 2814 St. Regis Rd, Greensboro 27408 
Roger Friedensen (919-832-7421) 

Epley Associates, PO Box 1801, Raleigh 27602 

10. Compensation Committee (3)(1 Consultant) 

Edwin W. Monroe, MD 74 (IM)(President)(919-723-1456) Chair 

1257 Kent Place Ln, Winston-Salem 27104 
John T. Dees, MD65 (FP/PH)(President-Elect)(91 9-259-51 71 ) 

PO Box 815, Burgaw 28425 
T. Reginald Harris, MD 2 3 (PUD/IM)(lmmediate Past-President) 

(704-482-1482) 808 Schenck St, Shelby 28150 

Consultant: 

George E. Moore, Executive Vice-President (919-833-3836) 
PO Box 27167, Raleigh 27611 



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COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS 



1 7 



1. Constitution & Bylaws Committee III-2 (7) 

Alfred L. Ferguson, MD™ (NEP/IM)(919-752-8880) Chair 

6 Doctor's Park, Greenville 27834 
John B. Anderson, Jr, MD 39 (FP)(919-693-3972) 

1018 College St., Oxford 27565 
John T. Dees, MD°5 (FP/PH)(919-259-5171) 

PO Box 815, Burgaw 28425 
John A. Fagg, MD 34 (PS)(Speaker)(91 9-765-8620) 

2901 Maplewood Ave Winston-Salem 27103 
Carolyn R. Ferree, MD 34 (TR)(Secretary-Treasurer)(919-748-4981) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Herbert S. Gates, MD?4 (OBG)(919-551 -5904) 

ECU, OB/GYN Dept, Greenville 27858 
Charles L. Garrett, Jr, MD&7 (PTH/FOP)(919-353-3498) 

Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville 28541 

2. Coordinating Council of Specialty Societies (20) 

Dale R. Shaw, MD60 (DR)(704-362-1945) Chair 

PO Box 36937, Charlotte 28236 
E. Arthur Bolz, MD60 (OTO)(704-365-071 1 ) 

3535 Randolph Rd., Ste. 210, Charlotte 28211 
Arthur C. Christakos, MD 3 2 (GYN)(919-684-4647) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 2976, Durham 27710 
E. Stephen Edwards, MD92 (PD)(919-781-7490) 

2800 Blue Ridge Blvd Ste. 501, Raleigh 27607 

D. Frank Fleming, MD™ (N)(919-752-4848) 
2501 Stantonsburg Rd., Greenville 27834 

Sidney L. Gulledge, III, MD92 (OPH)(919-782-5210) 

4301 Lake Boone Tr Ste. 200, Raleigh 27607 
Lloyd H. Harrison, MD 34 (U)((919-748-4131) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 27103 
William M. Hendricks, MD 7 6 (D)(919-625-8410) 

407 S. Cox St., Asheboro 27203 

E. Rodney Hornbake, III, MD25(iM/GER)(919-244-1785) 
Farm Life Ave., Vanceboro 28586 

Triad L. Jones, MD 34 (PTH/HEM)(919-760-5840) 

3333 Silas Creek Pkwy., Winston-Salem 27103 
John T. Klimas, MD60 (A/PD)(704-372-7900) 

2711 Randolph Rd., Bldg. 400, Charlotte 28207 
John R. Leonard, III, MD™ (NS)(919-752-5156) 

125 Moye Blvd., Greenville 27834 
William F. Mullis, MD60 (PS/GS)(704-372-6846) 

2215 Randolph Rd., Charlotte 28207 
John S. Pace, MD65 (AN)(91 9-256-4008) 

825 Inlet View Dr., Wilmington 28409 
Michael C. Rowland, MD 63 (GS/GE)(919-295-0264) 

PO Box 2000, Pinehurst 28374 
Jeffrey W. Runge, MD60(EM)(704-355-3181) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Richard D. Selman, MD 1 1 (P/ALD)(704-254-3201) 

PO Box 1101, Asheville 28802 
Thomas L. Speros, MD? (FP)(919-975-2667) 

501 W. 15th St., Washington 27889 
Georjean Stoodt, MD g 2 (PH/GPM)(919-733-7081) 

NC Division of Adult Health, PO Box 27687, Raleigh 27611 
Wayne B. Venters, MD&7 (ORS)(919-353-1412) 

200 Doctors Dr., Ste. J, Jacksonville 28540 

3. Credentials Committee (of Delegates to House of Delegates) 111-3 (5) 
Louis R. Wilkerson, MD g 2 (GYN)(919-571-1040) Chair 

4420 Lake Boone Tr., Ste. 302, Raleigh 27607 
W. Otis Duck, MD57 (FP)(704-689-241 1 ) 

Drawer 729, Mars Hill 28754 
Charles H. Duckett, MD™ (FP)(919-551-2608) 

ECU, Family Medicine Dept., Greenville 27858 
J. Grayson Hall, MD 3 6 (FP)(919-386-8270) 

PO Box 158, Dobson 27017 
Robert S. Jones, Sr., MD23 (FP)(704-487-5228) 

113 Grover St., Shelby 28150 

t. Disasters Emergency Medical Care Committee IV-2 (21 )(1 Consultant) 
Joseph A. Moylan, MD 3 2 (GS/VS)(919-684-2237) Chair 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3947, Durham 27710 
Christopher C. Baker, MD 3 2 (GS/CC)(919-966-4389) 

UNC, CB7210, 215 Burnett Womack Bldg., Chapel Hill 27599 
John W. Baker, MD&0 (EM/IM)(704-355-5225) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 



Paul R. Cunningham, MD™ (GS)(919-551-2620) 

ECU, Brody Bldg., Room 4S-10, Greenville 27858 
Jeffrey Dattilo™ (ST)(ECU)(919-975-6851) 

208 E. 10th St, Washington 27889 
Gregory S. Georgiade, MD 3 2 (PS/GS)(919-684-3039) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3960, Durham 27710 
David S. Goldberg, MD 3 6 (IM/OM)(704-864-2630) 

1361-E E. Garrison Blvd, Gastonia 28054 
Chris W. Guest, MD 4 1 (IM/OM)(919-299-0000) 

102 Pomona Dr., Greensboro 27407 
Alfred R. Hansen, MD 3 2 (EM/FP)(91 9-966-5643) 

522 Dogwood Dr., Chapel Hill 27516 
Charles L. Herring, MD54 (IM)(919-523-0026) 

310 Glenwood Ave Kinston 28501 
Richard C. Hunt, MD™ (EM)(919-551-2961) 

ECU, Emergency Medicine Dept, Greenville 27858 
Hervy B. Kornegay, Sr, MD96 (FP)(919-658-4954) 

238 Smith Chapel Rd, Mt. Olive 28365 
Joseph C. Martinez, MD60 (EM)(704-355-3181) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Noel B. McDevitt, MD6 3 (PS/PSF)(919-295-1917) 

PO Box 3550, Pinehurst 28374 
J. Wayne Meredith, MD 34 (TRSTS)(919-748-2011) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd Winston-Salem 27103 
Thomas L. Novick, MD^O (GS/VS)(704-364-8100) 

3535 Randolph Rd, Ste. 201 -W, Charlotte 28211 
Jeffrey W. Runge, MD60(EM)(704-355-3181) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Robert W. Schafermeyer, MD60(EM/PD)(704-355-3181) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Earl Schwartz, MD 3 " (EM)(91 9-748-4625) 

Bowman Gray, EM Dept Winston-Salem 27103 
Harold R. Silverman, MD 3 2 (EM/IM)(919-684-5537) 

NPC3-96, FI,V, Durham 27710 
Robert H. Wilkins, MD 3 2 (NS)(91 9-684-2549) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3807, Durham 27710 

Consultant: 

Mr. Bob Bailey, Chief (919-733-2285) 
Office of Emergency Medical Services, 701 Barbour Dr., Raleigh 27603 

15. Drug Abuse & Pharmacy Committee VI-1 (13)(7 Consultants) 
Ronald B. Mack, MD 34 (PD)(919-727-8108) Chair 

2516 Woodberry Dr. Winston-Salem 27106 
Charles S. Betts, MD?6 (IM)(919-629-7710) 

220-A Foust St, Asheboro 27203 
William R. Bullock, MD60 (IM/OM)(704-372-3350) 

217 Travis Ave, Charlotte 28204 
L.Allen Dobson, Jr, MDl 3 (FP)(704-436-6521) 

PO Box 1058, Mt. Pleasant 28124 
Robert A. Fleury, MD 63 (P/ALD)(919-692-6471) 

PO Box 56, Southern Pines 28387 
Jill L. Hendra, MD60 (P)(704-358-2700) 

7401 Delta Lane, Charlotte 28215 
Paul T. Kayye, MD 9 2 (P/CHP)(919-733-7640) 

101 Blair Dr., Raleigh 27603 
C. Bracy Robertson, III™ (ST)(ECU)(919-758-7604) 

PO Box 8432, Greenville 27835 
Daniel G. Sayers, MD 34 (EM)(919-725-3304) 

2804 Montclair Rd, Winston-Salem 27106 
Philip J. Smeraski, MD™ (P)(919-551-2660) 

ECU, Brody Bldg, 4E-98, Greenville 27858 
Robert C.Vanderberry,Jr,MD92(PD/ALD)(919-881-0585) 

4700 Six Forks Rd, Ste. 220 Raleigh 27609 
Anthony J. Weisenberger, MD' 1 (P)(704-253-3681) 

PO Box 5534, Asheville 28813 
Robert B. Winslow, MD92 (PS/GS)(919-571-8090) 

2500 Blue Ridge Rd, Ste. 301, Raleigh 27607 

Consultants: 

Mr. Keith Bulla (919-262-5320) 

SBI, PO Box 18243, Greensboro 27419 
Doyle Cummings, PharMD (919-551-2607) 

ECU, Brody Bldg, 4N-72B, Greenville 27858 
Col.W.D. Teem (919-733-7952) 

NC Highway Patrol, PO Box 27687, Raleigh 2761 1 



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Arthur H. Jones, Jr, Chief (919-733-4670) 

Prevention Branch, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Dept. of Human 

Resources, 325 N. Salisbury St., Raleigh 27611 
Mr. A. H. Mebane, III, Executive Director (919-967-2237) 

NC Pharmaceutical Association, Drawer 151, Chapel Hill 27514 
Benny Ridout (919-733-2060) 

Division of Medical Assistance, 1985 Umstead Dr., Raleigh 27613 
Mr. David R. Work, Secretary-Treasurer (919-942-4454) 

NC Board of Pharmacy, PO Box 459, Carrboro 27510 

16. Environmental Health Committee IV-3 (7)(1 Consultant) 

James B. Tenney, MD 1 1 (GPM/PH)(704-255-5671) Chair 

32 Hoyt Rd., Arden 28704 
Douglas I. Hammer, MD92 (EM/GPM)(919-847-8821) 

PO Box 30786, Raleigh 27622 
Ricky L Langley, MD'4 (|M/OM)(919-551-3227) 

ECU, Preventive Medicine Dept., Greenville 27858 
Ernest W. Larkin, III, MD74(PTH)(919-551-5911) 

ECU, Brody Bldg, #1F79, Greenville 27858 
MarkE. Mayer, MD51(IM)(919-894-2011) 

307 W. Main St., Benson 27504 
O. Aiken Mays, MD 9 6 (PH)(919-731-1000) 

408 Taylor PI., Goldsboro 27530 
Gwendolyn S. Powell, MD32 (0M)(919-248-2332) 

Glaxo Inc., 5 Moore Dr., Research Triangle Park 27709 

Consultant: 

CarlM. Shy, MD (919-966-4181) 
UNC School of Public Health, CB#7400, Roseneau Hall, Chapel Hill 27599 

17. Eye Care & Eye Bank Committee V-2 (23) 

James L. Kesler, MD65 (OPH)(919-763-7316) Chair 

1120 Medical Center Dr., Wilmington 28401 
Charles L. Baltimore, Jr, MD? (OPH)(919-946-2171) 

21 1 N. Market St, Washington 27889 
Thomas L. Beardsley, MD 1 « (OPH)(704-258-1586) 

495 Biltmore Ave, Asheville 28801 
Dorothy M. Bell, MD32 (OPH)(919-682-9341) 

1110W. Main St, Durham 27701 
Scott P. Bowers, MD98 (OPH)(919-291-1300) 

#5 Silver Lake Villas, Wilson 27893 
Walter G. Bullington, MD60 (OPH/AM)(704-364-7400) 

4335 Colwick Rd., Charlotte 28211 
L Michael Cobo, MD32 (OPH)(919-684-3799) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3802, Durham 27710 
Andrew Davidson, MD25 (OPH)(919-633-4183) 

802 McCarthy Blvd., New Bern 28560 
Robert E. Dawson, MD32(0PH)(919-682-7175) 

512 Simmons St, Durham 27701 
Baird S. Grimson, MD 3 2 (OPH)(919-966-5296) 

UNC, CB#7040, 733 Burnett-Womack Bldg, Chapel Hill 27599 
Frank T. Hannah, MD23 (OPH)(704-482-0696) 

313 S. Washington St, Shelby 28150 
Edward M. Hedgpeth, Jr, MD32 (OPH)(919-682-9341) 

1110W. Main St, Durham 27701 
Edward K. Isbey, Jr, MD11 (OPH)(704-258-1586) 

495 Biltmore Ave, Asheville 28801 
Martin J. Kreshon, MD 60 (OPH)(704-372-3300) 

1600 E. Third St, Charlotte 28204 
J. Stuart McCracken, MD32 (OPH)(919-471-8495) 

2609 N. Duke St, Ste. 802, Durham 27704 
John W. Reed, MD34 (OPH)(919-748-4091) 

Bowman Gray, Dept. of Oph, Winston-Salem 27103 
William A. Shearin, MD92 (OPH)(919-781-7373) 

2800 Blue Ridge Blvd Ste. 405, Raleigh 27607 

D. Bryan Sloan, III, MD34 (OPH)(919-748-3504) 
245 Oakwood Ct, Winston-Salem 27103 

ByronA. Stratas, MD65(OPH)(919-763-3601) 

1915 Glen Meade Rd, Wilmington 28403 
Shahane R. Taylor, Jr, MD 4 1 (OPH)(919-274-4626) 

348 N. Elm St, Greensboro 27401 

E. Hale Thornhill, MD92 (OT070PH)(919-834-7341) 
720 W. Jones St, Raleigh 27603 

David N. Ugland, MD60 (OPH)(704-332-1156) 

100 Queens Rd, Charlotte 28204 
R. Patrick Yeatts, MD34 (OPH/PSF)(919-748-4091) 

Bowman Gray, 300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 



18. Finance Committee I-2 (5)(3 Ex Off icio)(12 Consultants) 
Carolyn R. Ferree, MD34 (TR)(919-748-4981) Chair 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd Winston-Salem 27103 
Henry J. Carr, Jr, MD82(IM/PUD)(919-592-2964) 

PO Box 857, Clinton 28328 
Bertram W. Coffer, MD92 (AN)(919-781-7420) 

PO Box 18139, Raleigh 27619 
Lawrence M. Cutchin, MD33 (IM/PD)(919-828-1789) 

Rt. 3, Box 325, Tarboro 27886 
Charles W. Lapp, MD92 (IM/PD)(919-878-0900) 

3400 Executive Dr., Raleigh 27609 

Ex Officio: 

Edwin W. Monroe, MD™ (IM)(President)(919-723-1456) 

1257 Kent Place Ln, Winston-Salem 27104 
John T. Dees, MD65 (FP/PH)(President-Elect)(919-259-5171) 

PO Box 815, Burgaw 28425 
T. Reginald Harris, MD 2 3 (PUD/IM)(lmmediate Past-President) 

(704-482-1482) 808 Schenck St, Shelby 28150 

Consultants: 

Clifford R. Guy, MD34 (CD/IM)(919-768-4730) 

250 Charlois Blvd, Winston-Salem 27103 
William R. Hudson, MD 3 2 (OTO)(919-684-3834) 

Duke University Medical Center, Durham 27710 
Patrick D. Kenan, MD32 (OTO)(919-684-5238) 

Duke University Medical Center, OTO Dept, Durham 27710 
James H. Maxwell, MD41 (DR)(919-854-6546) 

2313 Princess Ann St, Greensboro 27408 
Dale R. Shaw, MD60 (DR)(704-362-1945) 

PO Box 36937, Charlotte 28236 
I— Edgar C. Garrabrant, MD92(OTO)(919-787-7171) 

PO Box 18946, Raleigh 27619 
II— Elizabeth P. Kanof, MD92 (D)(919-878-0310) 

3400 Executive Dr., Ste. 207, Raleigh 27609 
III— Jack W. Bonner, MD11 (P)(704-254-3201) 

Highland Hospital, PO Box 1101, Asheville 28802 
IV— Carl S. Phipps, MD34 (END/IM)(91 9-760-5960) 

3333 Silas Creek Pkwy, Winston-Salem 27103 
V— Robert W. Carter, MD 1 (IM/CD)(919-227-3621) 

Kernodle Clinic, 316 N. Graham Hopedale Rd, Burlington 27217 
VI— Thad B. Wester, MD92 (PH/PD)(919-733-4984) 

1001 Brighthurst Dr., Apt. 101, Raleigh 27605 
VII— Robert G. Brame, MD?4 (OBG)(919-551-5702) 

ECU, OBG Dept, Greenville 27858 

19. Health Care Access Committee VI-2 (17)(8 Consultants) 
Donald T. Lucey, MD92 (U)(919-781-71 13) Chair 

2800 Blue Ridge Blvd, Ste. 403, Raleigh 27607 
H. David Bruton, MD63 (PD)(919-692-2444) 

195 W. Illinois Ave, Southern Pines 28387 
Steven D. Crane, MD 4 5 (FP)(704-693-4289) 

PO Box 5151, Hendersonville 28739 
Raphael J. Dinapoli, Jr, MD32 (PH/AM)(919-733-2833) 

1985 Umstead Dr., Raleigh 27603 
J. McNeill Gibson, MD^O (IM)(704-333-6544) 

212 S. Tryon St, Ste. 1500, Charlotte 28202 
Daniel Gottovi, MD65 (PUD/IM)(919-341-3300) 

1202 Medical Center Dr., Wilmington 28401 
Johnson Kelly, MD23(U)(704-482-2011) 

1001 Washington St, Shelby 28150 
Ronald B. May, MD25(PD/HEM)(919-633-4121) 

PO Box 1390, New Bern 28560 
John L McCain, MD98 (RHU/IM)(919-291-7001) 

Wilson Clinic, 1704 S. Tarboro St, Wilson 27893 
Paul J. Meis, MD34 (OBG/NPM)(919-748-4039) 

Bowman Gray, OBG Dept, Wnston-Salem 27103 
James S. Parsons, MD92(IM/GER)(919-832-5125) 

704 W. Jones St, Raleigh 27603 
C. Stewart Rogers, MD41 (IM)(919-379-4062) 

1200 N. Elm St, Greensboro 27401 
Jessica S. Saxe, MD 6 (FP)(704-355-3084) 

910 N. Alexander, Charlotte 28206 
William J. Spencer, MD34 (IM/CD)(919-765-6020) 

3310 Brookview Hills Blvd, #106, Winston-Salem 27103 
James G. Telfer, Jr, MD 9 2 (IM/FP)(9 19-467-7528) 

305 S. Academy St, Cary 27511 



COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS 



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Eugene H. Wade, MD1 (FP)(919-229-4791) 

723 Edith St., Burlington 27215 
Thad B. Wester, MD92 (PH/PD)(919-733-4984) 

1001 Brighthurst Dr., Apt. 101, Raleigh 27605 

Consultants: 

James D. Bernstein (919-733-2040) 

Health Resources Development Section, Dept. of Human Resources, 

6311 Ashe Ave., Raleigh 27606 
Leah M. Devlin, DDS, Director (919-250-3800) 

Wake County Health Dept., PO Box 14049, Raleigh 27620 
Mary K. Deyampert, Director (919-733-3055) 

Division of Social Services, Dept. of Human Resources, 

325 N. Salisbury St., Raleigh 27603 
Lee B. Hoffman, Chief (919-733-6360) 

Certificate of Need Section, Div. of Facility Services, Dept. of Human 

Resources, 701 Barbour Dr, Raleigh 27603 
Barbara D. Matula, Director (919-733-2060) 

Division of Medical Assistance, Dept. of Human Resources, 

1985 Umstead Dr., Raleigh 27603 
Pam Silberman, JD (919-821-0042) 

NC Legal Services Resource Center, PO Box 27343, Raleigh 27611 
Robert L. Slocum, Director (704-669-2195) 

AARP, Rt. 1, Box 111A, Black Mountain 28711 
Larry Vacek (919-522-6800) 

DuPont, PO Box 800, Kinston 28502 

Legislation Committee V-3 (37)(6 Consultants) ('Executive Committee) 
*H. David Bruton, MD63 (PD)(91 9-692-2444) Chair 

195 W. Illinois Ave., Southern Pines 28387 
Howard L. Armistead, MD65 (FP)(919-762-7776) 

2108S. 17th St, Wilmington 28401 
Linda L Barrett74 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-752-4742) 

1313 Treybrooke Cir Greenville 27834 
Scott P. Bowers, MD98 (OPH)(919-291 -1300) 

#5 Silver Lake Villas, Wilson 27893 
Patrick Box, MD60 (RHU/IM)(704-376-2707) 

2310 Randolph Rd, Charlotte 28207 
'Walter G. Bullington, MD60 (OPH/AM)(704-364-7400) 

4335 Colwick Rd, Charlotte 2821 1 
Henry J. Carr, Jr, MD82 (IM/PUD)(919-592-2964) 

PO Box 857, Clinton 28328 
Don C. Chaplin, MD^ (IM/CD)(919-227-3621) 

Kernodle Clinic, 316 N. Graham-Hopedale Rd, Burlington 27217 
Bertram W. Coffer, MD92 (AN)(919-781-7420) 

PO Box 18139, Raleigh 27619 
John T. Dees, MD65 (FP/PH)(919-259-5171) 

PO Box 815, Burgaw 28425 
W. Otis Duck, MD" (FP)(704-689-2411) 

Drawer 729, Mars Hill 28754 
'HenryA. Easley, III, MD74(OBG)(919-758-4181) 

101 Bethesda Dr, Greenville 27834 
J. Ronald Edwards, MD92 (PTH)(9 19-755-8260) 

1800 Brassfield Rd, Raleigh 27614 
John A. Fagg, MD34 (PS)(919-765-8620) 

2901 Maplewood Ave, Winston-Salem 27103 
Malcolm Fleishman, MD26 (IM/CD)(919-484-0144) 

PO Box 35126, Fayetteville 28303 
John H. Giles, MD^2 (GS)(704-437-7388) 

350 E. Parker Rd, Morganton 28655 
H. William Gillen, MD65 (N)(919-762-8501) 

1301 Cypress Grove Dr, Wilmington 28401 
John T. Henley, Jr, MD26 (OTO)(919-323-1463) 

314 Melrose Rd, Ste. 100, Fayetteville 28304 
H. Slade Howell, MD40 (GS/VS)(919-886-4552) 

624 Quaker Ln, Ste. 116-B, High Point 27262 
Elizabeth P. Kanof, MD92 (D)(919-878-0310) 

3400 Executive Dr, Ste. 207, Raleigh 27609 
Thomas F. Kelley, MD60 (IM/CD)(704-373-1500) 

1001 Blythe Blvd., Ste. 300, Charlotte 28203 
'FrankW. Leak, MD82(FP)(919-592-6011) 

Clinton Medical Clinic Clinton 28328 
Ronald H. Levine, MD92 (PH/PD)(91 9-733-4984) 

2404 White Oak Rd, Raleigh 27609 
R. Tempest Lowry, MD64 (EM)(91 9-867-0064) 

4500 Fox Ct, Fayetteville 28314 



John R. Mangum, MD53 (FP)(919-774-6518) 

555 Carthage St, Sanford 27330 
John D. Matthews, MD41 (OPH)(919-282-5000) 

3312 Battleground Ave, Greensboro 27410 
F. Maxton Mauney, Jr, MD11 (CDS/TS)(704-258-1121) 

257 McDowell St, Asheville 28803 
Angus M. McBryde, Jr, MD60 (ORS)(704-377-0351) 

120 Providence Rd Charlotte 28207 
John L. McCain, MD»8 (RHU/IM)(91 9-291 -7001 ) 

Wilson Clinic, 1704 S. Tarboro St, Wilson 27893 
Assad Meymandi, MD 2 6 (P/N)(919-485-6166) 

1212 Walter Reed Rd, Fayetteville 28304 
*J. Thomas Newton, MD82 (FP)(919-592-6011) 

403 Fairview St, Clinton 28328 
Michael C. Rowland, MD63 (GS/GE)(919-295-0264) 

PO Box 2000, Pinehurst 28374 
Jeffrey W. Runge, MD60 (EM)(704-355-31 81 ) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
'Dale R. Shaw, MD60 (DR)(704-362-1945) 

PO Box 36937, Charlotte 28236 
Frank Sohmer, MD34 (GE/IM)(919-924-0857) 

9808 Reynolda Rd, Tobaccoville 27050 
Charles F. Sydnor, MD 1 (OPH)(919-228-0254) 

1214 Vaughn Rd, Burlington 27215 
Gary R. Whitaker, MD32 (EM)(91 9-383-0355) 

2828 Croasdaile, Durham 27705 

Consultants: 

Helen Boyette (Edward)fAuxiliary President)(91 9-285-2721) 

PO Box 65, Chinquapin 28521 
Sen. James S. Forrester, MD (704-263-4716) 

PO Box 459, Stanley 28164 
Barbara Freedman (Steven)(Auxiliary)(919-782-1892) 

2417 Coley Forest PI, Raleigh 27612 
Rep. Karen Gottovi (919-350-0190) 

116 Martingale Ln, Wilmington 28403 
Rep. James P. Green, MD (919-492-2161) 

176 Beckford Dr, Henderson 27536 
Rep. Carolyn Russell (919-734-5010) 

304 Glen Oak Dr, Goldsboro 27534 

21. Maternal Health Committee VII-3 (17)(1 Consultant) 
Robert G. Brame, MD 74 (OBG)(1991)(919-551-5200) Chair 

ECU, OBG Dept, Greenville 27858 
Watson A. Bowes, Jr, MD32 (OBG)(919-966-1601) 

UNC, CB#7570, 214 MacNider Bldg, Chapel Hill 27599 
Walker H. Campbell, MD96 (OBG)(919-734-3344) 

102 Handley Park Ct Goldsboro 27534 
Mary T. Crowder, MD 6 " (OBG)(704-377-6854) 

150 Providence Rd, Charlotte 28207 
Sherry A. Dickstein, MD 4 1 (OBG)(919-273-2835) 

301 E Wendover Ave, Ste. 400, Greensboro 27401 
Jill R. Levy32 (ST)(DUKE)(919-490-0262) 

4101 Five Oaks Dr #36, Durham 27707 
W. Joseph May, MD 3 4 (GYN/OBG)(91 9-748-4595) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Maureen E. Murphy, MD36 (FP)(704-853-5075) 

421 E. Catawba St, Belmont 28012 
Lewis H. Nelson, III, MD34 (OBG/GYN)(919-748-4291) 

Bowman Gray, OBG Dept, Winston-Salem 27103 
Richard R. Nugent, MD32 (GPM/OBG)(919-733-7791) 

Division of Health Services, PO Box 27687, Raleigh 27602 
John C. Rozier, Jr, MD?8 (GYN)(919-739-5550) 

206 W. 27th St Lumberton 28358 
Sherry L. Sinclair™ (ST)(ECU)(919-752-4742) 

1313 Treybrooke Cir Greenville 27834 
Myra L.Teasley, MD92 (OBG)(919-781-5510) 

4420 Lake Boone Tr, Ste. 303, Raleigh 27607 
Rufus H. Temple, Jr, MD65(OBG)(919-343-1031) 

2215 Canterwood Dr, Wilmington 28401 
John B. Tinga, MD25 (OBG)(919-633-4005) 

903 Pine Tree Dr, New Bern 28560 
Ronald V. Wade, MD60 (OBG)(704-338-3153) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Ann F. Wolfe, MD92 (PD)(919-733-3816) 

6912 Hunters Way, Raleigh 27615 






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Consultant: 

Caroline Bhotiwihok (Preecha)(Auxiliary)(919-522-1177) 
1910 Stanton Rd., Kinston 28501 

22. Mediation Committee (5)(Five Immediate Past-Presidents) 

Kenneth E. Cosgrove, MD 45 (IM/CD)(704-692-2231) Chair 

510 7th Ave., W., Hendersonville 28739 
Ernest B. Spangler, MD 4 1 (919-854-6546)SECRETARY 

Drawer X-3, Greensboro 27402 
Henry J. Carr, Jr, MD82 (IM)(919-592-2964) 

PO Box 857, Clinton 28328 
John W. Foust, MD60 (OT)(704-365-0711) 

3535 Randolph Rd., Ste. R210, Charlotte 2821 1 
T. Reginald Harris, MD23 (PUD/IM)(704-482-1482) 

808 Schenck St., Shelby 28150 

23. Medical Aspects of Sports Committee V-4 (27)(2 Consultants) 

Frank W. Clippinger, Jr, MD32 (ORS)(919-684-4229) Chair 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3935, Durham 27710 
J. RobAnderson34(ST)(BG)(919-761-8051) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd., Box 184, Winston-Salem 27103 
Wallace F. Andrew, Jr, MD92 (ORS/HS)(919-781-5600) 

PO Box 10707, Raleigh 27605 
Edwin C. Bartlett, MD' 4 (ORS/SM)(919-752-4613) 

622 Medical Drive, Greenville 27834 
Frank H. Bassett, III, MD32 (ORS)(919-684-4378) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3004, Durham 27710 
Basil M. Boyd, Jr, MD60 (ORS)(704-373-0544) 

1001 Blythe Blvd., #200, Charlotte 28203 
Harvey E. Christensen, MD18 (GS/TS)(704-322-9105) 

Rt. 2, Box 190 Conover 28613 
Edmund Cody 74 (ST)(ECU) (919-782-1215) 

E-8 Doctors Park Apts, Greenville 27834 
Walton W. Curl, MD 34 (ORS)(919-748-4207) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 27103 
Joseph J. Estwanik, MD60 (ORS/SM)(704-334-4663) 

325 Billingsiey Rd, #201, Charlotte 28204 
Karl Bertrand Fields, MD 41 (FP)(919-379-4133) 

902 Carolina St, Greensboro 27401 
Sabah Hamad™ (ST)(ECU) 

1640 Treybrooke Cir, Greenville 27834 
Douglas I. Hammer, MD92 (EM/GPM)(919-847-8821) 

PO Box 30786, Raleigh 27622 
James D. Hundley, MD65 (ORS)(919-763-7344) 

2001S. 17th St, Wilmington 28401 
A. Tyson Jennette, MD98 (ORS)(919-291-1300) 

1700 S. Tarboro St., Wilson 27893 
John C. Lalonde, MD 41 (FP)(919-275-6445) 

104 E. Northwood St, Greensboro 27401 
Joe M. McWhorter, MD3 4 (NS)(91 9-748-4020) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd. Winston-Salem 27103 
J. Thomas Newton, MD«2 (FP)(919-592-6011) 

403 Fairview St, Clinton 28328 
Glenn B. Perry, MD60 (ORS/TRS)(704-373-0544) 

1001 Blythe Blvd., #200, Charlotte 28203 
James M. Poole, MD92 (PD/ADL)(919-782-5273) 

3803-A Computer Dr., Raleigh 27609 
Thomas L. Presson, MD 4 1 (ORS)(919-275-0724) 

PO Box 14580, Greensboro 27415 
Todd Rappaport 34 (ST)(BG) 

1608-C NW Blvd., Winston-Salem 27104 
Donald B. Reibel, MD92 (ORS)(919-781-5600) 

PO Box 10707, Raleigh 27605 
Donald A. Riopel, MD^O (PDC)(704-373-1813) 

1001 Blythe Blvd., #300, Charlotte 28203 
Samuel A. Sue, Jr, MD 4 1 (ORS)(919-275-0724) 

PO Box 14580, Greensboro 27415 
P. Joseph Swanson 74 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-830-0304) 

E-8 Doctor's Park Apts, Beasley Dr., Greenville 27834 
Timothy N. Taft, MD32 (ORS)(919-966-2039) 

UNC, CB#7055, 237 Burnett-Womack Bldg, Chapel Hill 27599 

Consultants: 

Robbie Lester, Chief Consultant (919-733-3512) 

Sports Medicine Program, NC Dept. of Education, 

116 W. Edenton St., Raleigh 27603 
Al Proctor, PhD (919-782-6455) 

NC Sports Medicine Foundation, 2724 Riddick Dr., Raleigh 27609 



24. Medical Education Committee 111-4 (15)(3-yr. term) 

Preston A. Walker, MD92 (CHP/P)(919-851-4780)(1991) Chair 

5207 Hawkesbury Lane, Raleigh 27606 
Eugene W. Adcock, III, MD34 (NPM)(BG)(919-748-6860)(1993) 

Bowman Gray, 300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
J. Robert Anderson 74 (ST)(BG)(Chair, Med. Student Sec.) 

(919-761-8051)(1991) 2000-J Falcon Wood, Winston-Salem 27127 

C. Christopher Bremer, MD 74 (FP)(919-551-2601)(1992) 
ECU, Family Medicine Dept 4N78, Greenville 27858 

William E. Easterling, Jr, MD32 (GYN/END)(UNC)(919-962-21 18)(1992) 

UNC, MacNider Bldg CB#7000, Chapel Hill 27599 
G. Waldon Garriss, ll|32 (ST)(UNC)(919-933-5520)(1991) 

Rt. 1, Box 694-A, Pittsboro 27312 
Charles M. Howell, Jr, MD 34 (D)(919-725-8422)(1991) 

340 Pershing Ave, Winston-Salem 27103 
William B. Hunt, Jr, MD25 (PUD/IM)(919-633-8608)(1993) 

PO Box 2157, New Bern 28560 
William M. Johnstone, Jr, MD 74 (Chair, Res. Phy. Sec.) 

(919-551-4669)(1991) 

1608 Beaumont Dr., Greenville 27858 
Eugene S. Mayer, MD32 (GPM)(UNC)(919-966-2461)(1990) 

UNC, Wing C, CB#7165, Box 3, Chapel Hill 27599 
Rafael C. Sanchez, MD 74 (FP/ADL)(919-551-2608)(1992) 

PO Box 20035, Greenville 27858 
Amiram Shneiderman 34 (ST)(BG)(919-785-2157)(1991) 

POBox 15122 Winston-Salem 27113 
Sean P.White 74 (ST)(ECU)(919-757-3046)(1991) 

Rt. 8, Box 330-A, Greenville 27834 
William T. Williams, MD60 (IM/PD)(704-355-3146)(1993) 

POBox 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Dannah W. Wray32 (ST)(DUKE)(919-489-3236)(1993) 

3100 Coachman's Way, Durham 27705 

25. Medical-Legal Committee V-5 (14) 

Joseph M. Jenkins, MD 7 (U)(919-946-9045) Chair 

210 Riverside Dr., Washington 27889 
Preecha Bhotiwihok, MD^ 4 (AN)(91 9-522-7800) 

POBox 1043, Kinston 28503 
H. David Bruton, MD63 (PD)(91 9-692-2444) 

195 W. Illinois Ave, Southern Pines 28387 
Jack L. Crain, MD60 (GYN/END)(704-338-3149) 

1901 Brunswick Ave, Charlotte 28207 
Henry A. Easley, III, MD 74 (OBG)(919-758-4181) 

101 Bethesda Dr., Greenville 27834 
Kevin 0. Easley, MD 74 (OBG/LM)(919-758-4181) 

101 Bethesda Dr., Greenville 27834 
Warner L Hall, Jr, MD92 (OBG)(919-782-1273) 

POBox 18568, Raleigh 27619 
H. Slade Howell, MD 4 (GS/VS)(919-886-4552) 

624 Quaker Lane, Ste. 116-B, High Point 27262 
Julius A. Howell, MD 34 (PS/OTO)(919-760-1727) 

1900 S. Hawthorne Rd Ste. 480, Winston-Salem 27103 
James D. Hundley, MD65 (ORS)(919-763-7344) 

2001 S. 17th St, Wilmington 28401 
Robert W. Larkin^ (ST)(UNC)(91 9-933-5096) 

201 Howell St., Apt. 5-C, Chapel Hill 27514 
Noel B. McDevitt, MD 6 3 (PS/PSF)(91 9-295-1 91 7) 

PO Box 3550, Pinehurst 28374 
Amy Shneiderman 34 (ST)(BG)(919-785-2157) 

PO Box 15122, Winston-Salem 27113 
Dannah W. Wray32 (ST)(DUKE)(919-489-3236) 

3100 Coachman's Way, Durham 27705 

26. Membership Committee 1-3 (13)(3 Consultants) 

Charles L. Garrett, Jr, MD 67 (PTH/FOP)(3rd-C)(919-353-3498)Chair 

Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville 28541 
J. Robert Anderson 34 (ST)(BG)(Chair, Med. Stud. Sec.)(919-761-8051) 

2000-J Falcon Wood Ct, Winston-Salem 27127 
J. Antonio Bardelas, Jr, MD 4 ° (A/PD)(10th-C)(919-883-1393) 

100 Westwood Ave High Point 27262 
Denis I. Becker, MD92 (END/IM)(91 9-876-7692) 

3410 Executive Dr Ste. 205, Raleigh 27609 

D. Carl Biggers, MD" (PTH)(Chair, PTH Sec.)(704-255-4270) 
Memorial Mission Hospital, Asheville 28801 

Richard F. Bruch, MD 3 2 (ORS/GER)(7th-C)(919-220-5255) 

2609 N. Duke St, Durham 27704 
Kenneth E. Cosgrove, MD 4 5 (IM/CD)(704-692-2231) 

510 7th Ave, W, Hendersonville 28739 



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Robert G. Crummie, MD26 (P/ALD)(919-484-3304) 

PO Box 35436, Fayetteville 28303 
E. Stephen Edwards, MD92 (PD)(Chmn., PD Sec.)(919-781-7490) 

2800 Blue Ridge Blvd., Ste. 501, Raleigh 27607 
J. Grayson Hall, MD 86 (FP)(C-14th)(919-386-8270) 

PO Box 158, Dobson 27017 
William M. Johnstone, MD 74 (Chair, Res. Phy. Sec.)(919-551-4669) 

1608 Beaumont Dr., Greenville 27858 
Larry C. Nickens, MD96 (PD)(VC-3rd)(919-734-4736) 

2706 Medical Office PL, Goldsboro 27530 
Thomas L. Speros, MD 7 (FP)(919-975-2667) 

501 W. 15th St., Washington 27889 

Consultants: 

Connie Parker (William)(Auxiliary President-Elect)(91 9-343-0724) 

1901 S. Live Oak Pkwy., Wilmington 28403 
Ann Faris (John)(Auxiliary)(919-723-0564) 

2720 Bitting Rd, Winston-Salem 27104 
James T. Robinson, Executive Director (919-760-1234) 

Forsyth-Stokes-Davie Co. Med. Soc, 

2990 Bethesda PL, Ste 601-C, Winston-Salem 27103 

27. Membership Services & Benefits Committee 1-4 (10) 
T. Reginald Harris, MD23 (PUD/IM)(704-482-1482) Chair 

808 Schenck St., Shelby 28150 
Jack W. Bonner, III, MD" (P)(704-254-3201) 

Highland Hospital, PO Box 1101, Asheville 28802 
Lawrence M. Cutchin, MD33 (IM/PD)(919-828-1789) 

Rt. 3, Box 325, Tarboro 27886 
John T. Dees, MD65 (FP/PH)(919-259-5171) 

PO Box 815, Burgaw 28425 
Carl J. Hiller, MD25 (ORS)(919-633-3256) 

Drawer 1694, New Bern 28560 
George W. James, MD 34 (D)(919-723-9716) 

1020 Wellington Rd, Winston-Salem 27106 
Angus M. McBryde, Jr, MD60 (ORS)(704-377-0351) 

120 Providence Rd Charlotte 28207 
Carl S. Phipps, MD34(END/IM)(919-760-5960) 

3333 Silas Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem 27103 
Kenneth S. Piech, MD2 4 (PTH)(919-642-8011) 

1211 Pinkney St., Whiteville 28472 
Francis W. Wachter, MD6° (PTH)(704-384-4814) 

PO Box 33549, Charlotte 28233 

28. Mental Health Committee VII-4 (18)(3 Consultants) 
Charles R. Vernon, MD65 (P)(919-256-4106) Chair 

7230 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington 28403 
R. Jackson Blackley, MD92 (P/GPM)(919-876-3811) 

4907 Quail Hollow Dr., Raleigh 27609 
Jack W. Bonner, III, MD" (P)(704-254-3201) 

Highland Hospital, PO Box 1101, Asheville 28802 
Jascha W. Danoff, MD 74 (CHP/P)(919-551-2660) 

ECU, Dept. of Psy. Med., Greenville 27858 
A. Ray Evans, MD 74 (P)(919-758-4810) 

1705 W. 6th St, Bldq. H, Greenville 27834 
Frank S. Highley, MD™ (P)(704-362-0866) 

427-B S. Sharon Amity Rd, Charlotte 2821 1 
J. Frank James, MD 74 (P)(919-551-2668) 

ECU, Psychiatry Dept, Greenville 27858 
Paul T. Kayye, MD92 (P/CHP)(919-733-7640) 

101 Blair Dr., Raleigh 27603 
Charles E. Llewellyn, Jr, MD32 (P)(919-493-7298) 

3308 Chapel Hill Blvd. #110, Durham 27707 
V. Alan Lombardi, MD60 (P)(704-333-7722) 

1900 Randolph Rd, Ste. 900, Charlotte 28207 
Donald E. MacDonald, MD90 (P)(704-289-5431) 

1623 E. Sunset Dr., Monroe 28110 
Bruce C. Neeley, MD32 (P/PYM)(919-383-1516) 

1911 Hillandale Rd Ste. 1040, Durham 27705 
Billy W. Royal, MD3Z (P)(919-967-9870) 

PO Box 2387, Chapel Hill 27516 
Richard D. Selman, MD" (P/ALD)(704-254-3201) 

Highland Hospital, PO Box 1101, Asheville 28802 
Ray G. Silverthorne, MD 7 (OBG)(919-946-5168) 

Rt. 2, Box 35, Washington 27889 
Clare J. Sanchez, MD92 (GER/IM)(919-733-5431) 

Dorothea Dix Hospital, Medical Surgical Div, Raleigh 27611 



Nicholas E. Stratas, MD92 (P/HYP)(919-787-7125) 

3900 Browning PI, Ste. 201, Raleigh 27609 
Sean White 74 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-757-3046) 

Rt. 8, Box 330-A, Greenville 27834 

Consultants: 

Sally Johnson, MD (919-575-4541) 

617 Downpatrick Lane, Raleigh 27615 
Katherine Hux, Exec. Director (NCPA) 

4917 Waters Edge, Ste. 250, Raleigh 27606 
Wymene Valand (919-833-6076) 

3736 Carnegie Ln, Raleigh 27612 

29. Nominating Committee (19)(3-yr. term) 

John R. Kernodle, MD1 (GYN)(9th)(1992)(919-584-7075) Chair 

2465 Edgewood Ave, Burlington 27215 
P. William Aycock, Jr, MD36 (IM/GE)(16th)(1993)(704-867-0735) 

1896 Remount Rd, Gastonia 28054 
Edward S. Beason, MD3 4 (PS)(11th)(1991)(919-765-3540) 

1732 S. Hawthorne Rd Winston-Salem 27103 
John G. Briggs, Jr, MD26 (PS)(8th)(1991)(919-323-1203) 

1774 Metromedical Dr Fayetteville 28304 
Bertram W. Coffer, MD92 (AN)(6th)(1992)(919-781-7420) 

2800 Blue Ridge Rd, Ste. 204, Raleigh 27607 
Kenneth E. Cosgrove, MD 4 5 (IM/CD)(17th)(1991)(704-692-2231) 

510 7th Ave, W Hendersonville 28739 
John T. Dees, MD" (FP/PH)(919-259-5171)(President-Elect)(Nonvoting) 

P.O. Box 815, Burgaw 28425 
J. Dewey Dorset!, Jr, MD90 (IM/CD)(13th)(1093)(704-333-4175) 

411 Billingsley Rd, #105, Charlotte 28211 
Benjamin W. Goodman, MD18 (FP)(15th)(1992)(704-328-2231) 

24 Second Ave, NE, Hickory 28601 
Ira M. Hardy, II, MD 74 (NS)(2nd)(1991)(919-752-5156) 

2325 Stantonsburg Rd Greenville 27834 
George Johnson, Jr, MD32 (GS/VS)(7th)(1993)(919-966-3391) 

UNC, Dept. of Surgery, CB#7210, Chapel Hill 27599 
Douglas E. Lam, MD92(FP)(12th)(1992)(919-692-4802) 

105 Perry Dr, Southern Pines 28387 
Robert E. Lane, MD21 (FP)(1st)(1993)(919-426-5711) 

118W. Market St, Hertford 27944 
Paul D. Long, MD 4 i (ORS)(10th)(1993)(919-275-0927) 

1505 Westover Terrace, Greensboro 27408 
Dale M. Mandel, MD29 (GS/TRS)(14th)(1991)(919-475-7148) 

PO Box 1187, Thomasville 27360 
Robert C.Moffatt,MDl1(ON/GS)(18th)(1992)(704-258-2464) 

445 Biltmore Center, Ste. 102, Asheville 28801 
J. Thomas Newton, MD25 (FP)(5th)(1991)(919-592-6011) 

403 Fairview St, Clinton 28328 
Carl K. Rust, II, MD65(GE/IM)(4th)(1993)(91 9-341 -3300) 

1202 Medical Center Dr, Wilmington 28401 
Julian M. Warren, MD64 (FP)(3rd)(1992)(919-478-4600) 

PO Box 1120, Spring Hope 27882 

30. N. C. Industrial Commission Liaison Committee IV-4 (29) 
Robert B. Nelson, MD g 2 (ORS)(919-781-5600) Chair 

PO Box 10707, Raleigh 27605 
Thomas Berner, MD 1 ' (EM)(704-274-3592) 

23 Willow Rd, Asheville 28804 

David R. Cappiello, MD" (ORS)(704-258-8800) 

129 McDowell St, Asheville 28801 
Todd M. Chapman, MD60 (ORS)(704-373-0544) 

1001 Blythe Blvd., Ste. 200, Charlotte 28203 
John T. Daniel, Jr, MD32 (GS)(919-682-7378) 

415 Dunstan St, Durham 27707 
Michael J. Dimeo, MD^ (CC/IM)(919-226-7300) 

1604 Memorial Dr, Burlington 27215 
James S. Fulghum, III, MD92 (NS)(919-832-4448) 

PO Box 14027, Raleigh 27610 
Edgar C. Garrabrant, MD92(OTO)(787-7171) 

PO Box 18946, Raleigh 27619 
J. Stuart Gaul, Jr, MD°0 (ORS/HS)(704-372-9820) 

2600 E. 7th St, Charlotte 28204 
Gregory S. Georgiade, MD 3 2 (PS/GS)(919-684-3039) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3960, Durham 27710 
Benjamin W. Goodman, MD18 (FP)(704-328-2231) 

24 Second Ave, NE, Hickory 28601 

Paul P. Gwyn, Jr, MD 34 (PS/GS)(919-765-8620) 
2901 Maplewood Ave, Winston-Salem 27103 



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Carl J. Hiller, MD25 (ORS)(919-633-3256) 

PO Drawer 1694, New Bern 28560 
Douglas G. Kelling, Jr, MD 13 (IM/PUD)(704-782-3135) 

390 Copperfield Blvd., Concord 28025 
Thomas C. Kerns, Jr, MD32 (OPH)(919-682-9341) 

1110W. Main St., Durham 27701 
Thomas J. Koontz, MD34 (GS)(919-765-5221) 

4250 Allistair Rd., Winston-Salem 27104 
Paul D. Long, MD 4 1 (ORS)(919-275-0927) 

1505 Westover Terrace, Greensboro 27408 
Sidney A. Martin, MD92 (OM/FP)(91 9-782-0911) 

3141 Essex Circle, Raleigh 27608 
Philip R. Miller, MD92 (IM/CD)(919-781-7500) 

3100 Blue Ridge Rd. Raleigh 27612 
Richard S. Myers, MD§2 (GS/TS)(919-748-7414) 

2800 Blue Ridge Blvd., Ste. 305-E, Raleigh 27607 
Charles L. Nance, Jr, MD65 (ORS)(919-763-7344) 

2001 S. 17th St Wilmington 28401 
Van B. Noah, MD92 (OPH)(919-872-3242) 

3900 Old Wake Forest Rd, Ste. 104, Raleigh 27609 
James A. Nunley, II, MD32 (ORS/HS)(919-684-4033) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 2919, Durham 27710 
J. Flint Rhodes, MD92(U)(919-781-71 13) 

2800 Blue Ridge Blvd Ste. 403, Raleigh 27607 
Helen M. Stinson, MD4i (PS)(919-272-3169) 

1021 E. Wendover Ave Ste. 303, Greensboro 27405 
Robert L. Timmons, MD? 4 (NS)(919-752-5156) 

2325 Stantonsburg Rd. Greenville 27834 
James R. Urbaniak, MD32 (ORS/HS)(919-684-2476) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 2912, Durham 27710 
Charles R. Vernon, MD65 (P)(919-256-4106) 

7230 Wrightsville Ave, Wilmington 28403 
Michael F. Yarborough, MD92 (GS/TS)(919-876-2732) 

PO Box 17200, Raleigh 27619 

31. Physicians Health & Effectiveness Committee VI-3 (20)(3 Consultants) 
Robert A. Fleury, MD63 (P/ALD)(919-692-6471 ) Chair 

PO Box 56, Southern Pines 28387 
J. Robert Anderson34 (ST)(BG)(919-785-2667) 

2000-J Falcon Wood Ct, Winston-Salem 27127 
Wilmer C. Betts, MD92 (P)(919-847-2624) 

920-A Paverstone Dr Raleigh 27615 
Charles S. Betts, MD76(IM)(919-629-7710) 

220-A Foust St, Asheboro 27203 
Martin L. Brooks, MD^S (GP)(919-521-4221) 

PO Box 37, Pembroke 28372 
James K. Daly, MD54 (DR/P)(919-522-3443) 

2711 Westbrooke Dr, Kinston 28501 
Raymond M. Fox, Jr, MD&7 (ALD/ADM)(91 9-353-51 18) 

215 Memorial Dr, Jacksonville 28546 
William Gough, III, MD" (RHU/IM)(704-258-9533) 

445 Biltmore Center Ste. 306, Asheville 28801 
Carl W. Hoffman, MD'8 (R)(919-739-9788) 

PO Box 1527, Lumberton 28358 
William M. Johnstone, MD™ (RES)(919-551-4667) 

1608 Beaumont Dr, Greenville 27858 
Thomas R. Kearney, MD67 (P)(919-455-5500) 

107 -A Point Emerald Villas, Emerald Isle 28557 
Julian F. Keith, Jr,MD65(ALD/FP) 

5733 Oak Bluff Ln, Wilmington 28403 
V. Alan Lombardi, MD60 (P)(704-333-7722) 

1900 Randolph Rd, Ste. 900, Charlotte 28207 
J. Paul Martin, MD1 1 (FP/ALD)(704-258-0670) 

491 Biltmore Ave, Asheville 28801 
Jonnie H. McLeod, MD60 (PD)(704-547-2171) 

1504 Biltmore Dr, Charlotte 28207 
Denzil D. Patton, MD™ (FP)(919-551-4616) 

ECU, Family Practice Dept, Greenville 27858 
James G. Peden, Jr, MD™ (IM/P)(919-551-4633) 

ECU, Department of Medicine, Greenville 27858 
James H. Sanders, Jr, MD88 (FP/GER)(704-884-9362) 

Bldg. #1, Medical Park Dr, Brevard 28712 
Charles R. Vernon, MD65 (P)(919-256-4106) 

7230 Wrightsville Ave Wilmington 28403 
Elizabeth H. Yoffe, MD92 (ON/HEM)(91 9-881 -5403) 

3100 Duraleigh Rd, Raleigh 27612 



Consultants: 

Gabrielle B. Batzer, MD (P) 

PO Box 280, Buies Creek 27506 
L. Gail Curtis, PAC (NCAPA)(919-748-2246) 

Bowman Gray, Family Medicine Dept, Winston-Salem 27103 
Sophie Wachter (Francis)(Auxiliary)(704-334-8923) 

2538 Selwyn Ave, Charlotte 28209 

32. Planning Council (13)(4 Ex Officio) 

Thomas B. Dameron, Jr, MD92 (ORS)(919-781-5600) Chair 

PO Box 10707, Raleigh 27605 
Walter G. Bullington, MD60 (OPH/AM)(704-364-7400) 

4335 Colwick Rd, Charlotte 2821 1 
H. David Bruton, MD 63 (PD)(919-692-2444) 

195 W. Illinois Ave Southern Pines 28387 
Philip C. Davis, MD^ ' (OBG)(704-253-4821) 

93 Victoria Rd, Asheville 28801 
E. Harvey Estes, Jr, MD32 (IM/GER)(919-684-6331) 

3542 Hampstead Ct, Durham 27707 
Charles L Garrett, Jr, MD67 (PTH/FOP)(919-353-3498) 

Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville 28541 
T. Reginald Harris, MD23 (PUD/IM)(704-482-1482) 

808 Schenck St, Shelby 28150 
James D. Hundley, MD65 (ORS)(919-763-7344) 

2001 S. 17th St, Wilmington 28401 
John R. Kernodle, MD^ (GYN)(919-584-7075) 

2465 Edgewood Ave, Burlington 27215 
J. Thomas Newton, MD82(FP)(919-592-6011) 

403 Fairview St, Clinton 28328 
Dale R. Shaw, MD60 (DR)(704-362-1945) 

PO Box 36937, Charlotte 28236 
Douglas D. Sheets, MD81 (OBG)(704-287-7383) 

P Box 1208, Rutherfordton 28139 
Ernest B. Spangler, MD41 (R)(919-854-6546) 

Drawer X-3, Greensboro 27402 

Ex Officio: 

Edwin W. Monroe, MD™ (IM)(President)(919-723-1456) 

1257 Kent Place Ln, Winston-Salem 27104 
John T. Dees, MD 6 5(FP/PH)(President-Elect)(919-259-5171) 

PO Box 815, Burgaw 28425 
Carolyn R. Ferree, MD 3 4 (TR)(Secretary-Treasurer)(91 9-748-4981) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
George E. Moore, Executive Vice-President (919-833-3836) 

PO Box 27167, Raleigh 27611 

33. Professional Insurance Committee 11-4 (14) 

Charles M. Hassell, Jr, MD41 (PTH/DMP)(919-379-4074) Chair 

1200 N. Elm St, Greensboro 27401 
Richard H.Ames, MD 41 (NS)(919-288-0421) 

2316 Princess Ann St, Greensboro 27408 
Paul L. Burroughs, Jr, MD92 (ORS)(919-872-5296) 

3410 Executive Dr., Raleigh 27609 
William W. Farley, MD92 (PD)(91 9-782-8326) 

3814 Browning PI, Raleigh 27609 
Kenneth J. Fortier, MD 9 2 (OBG)(919-781-5513) 

4420 Lake Boone Tr Ste. 303, Raleigh 
W. Blake Garside, MD92 (PS)(91 9-872-261 6) 

1112 Dresser Ct, Raleigh 27609 
LewisJ.Gaskin,MD92(AN)(919-781-7420) 

PO Box 18139, Raleigh 27619 
David H. Jones, MD g 2 (OPH)(919-876-2618) 

900 Cedarhurst Dr Raleigh 27609 
Willis E. Mease, MD°7 (FP)(919-324-3105) 

209 S. Church St, Richlands 28574 
Frank Sabiston, Jr, MD 54 (GS/TS)(919-522-1626) 

PO Box 1316, Kinston 28501 
Robert E. Schaaf, MD92 (DR)(919-787-8199) 

PO Box 19366, Raleigh 27619 
Nathaniel L Sparrow, MD 9 2 (OTO)(919-787-7171) 

PO Box 18946, Raleigh 27619 
Nicholas E. Stratas, MD Q 2 (P/HYP)(919-787-7125) 

3900 Browning PI, Ste. 201, Raleigh 27609 
Robert J. Sullivan, Jr, MD32 (lM/FP)(919-684-2248) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3003, Durham 27710 



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^34. Rehabilitation Medicine Committee VII-5 (12)(4 Consultants) 

Angus M. McBryde, Jr, MD 60 (ORS)(704-377-0351) Chair 

120 Providence Rd., Charlotte 28207 
Ulrich K. Alsentzer, MD™ (PM)(919-551-4440) 

Regional Rehabilitation Center, PO Box 6028, Greenville 27835 
Frank W. Clippinger, Jr, MD 3 2 (ORS)(919-684-4229) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3935, Durham 27710 
Ronald C. Demas, MD60 (N/PM)(704-372-3714) 

2115 E. 7th St., Ste. 101, Charlotte 28204 
John W. Denham, MD 34 (IM/PM)(919-768-4730) 

250 Charlois Blvd., Winston-Salem 27103 
Malcolm Fleishman, MD26 (IM/CD)(919-484-0144) 

PO Box 35126, Fayetteville 28303 
Charles E. Llewellyn, Jr, MD 3 2 (P)(919-493-7298) 

3308 Chapel Hill Blvd., #110, Durham 27707 
Alan A. Maltbie, MD 3 2 (P/PYA)(919-684-5217) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3837, Durham 27710 
S.J. Pelligra, MD 41 (PM)(919-379-3667) 

1200 N. Elm St., Greensboro 27401 
Suzanne Sauter, MD 3 2 (RHU/1M)(91 9-966-51 64) 

UNC, CB#7200, Trailer 33, Chapel Hill 27599 
Terry E. White, MD11 (PM)(704-274-2400) 

PO Box 15025, Asheville 28813 
Eric G. B. Zellner, MD26 (PM)(919-323-6036) 

PO Box 64614, Fayetteville 28306 

Consultants: 

Barbara D. Kramer, PhD (919-467-6100) 

Innovative Health Concepts, 2000 Regency Pkwy, Ste. 210, Cary 27511 
Ronald M. Loftin (919-733-3364) 

Dept. of Human Resources, Div. of Vocational Rehab. Services, 

PO Box 26053, Raleigh 27611 
Claude A. Myer, Director (919-733-3364) 

Dept. of Human Resources, Div. of Vocational Rehab. Services, 

PO Box 26053, Raleigh 27611 
Nirupama B. Shah, MD, Medical Director (919-733-3364) 

Dept. of Human Resources, Div. of Vocational Rehab. Services, 

PO Box 26053, Raleigh 27611 

35. Risk Management Committee III-4 (4)(3 Consultants) 

Thomas F. O'Brien, Jr, MD™ (IM/ADM)(919-551 -2149) Chair 

ECU, Brody Bldg, AD37-A, Greenville 27858 
Richard P. Corbin, MD60 (IM/PUD)(704-355-3165) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
John B. Emery, Jr,MD92(IM)(919-881 -5404) 

3100 Duraleigh Rd., Raleigh 27615 
Samuel N. Wheatley, MD2<T(GYN)(919-642-3294) 

Baldwin Woods, Whiteville 28472 

Consultants: 

MaryS. Dean (919-787-7124) 

St. Paul Insurance Co., PO Box 12225, Raleigh 27605 
Pamela Kirks (919-677-2400) 

Hospital Insurance Trust, PO Box 80428, Raleigh 27623 
Diane Reinoso (919-828-9334) 

Medical Mutual Insurance Co. of NC, PO Box 27285, Raleigh 27611 

36. Sexually Transmitted Diseases & AIDS Committee VI-4 (19) 
(3 Consultants) 

Myron S. Cohen, MD 3 2 (ID)(919-966-2536) Chair 

UNC, 547 Burnett-Womack Bldg, 229-H, Chapel Hill 27599 
Harry G. Adams, MD™ (IM/ID)(919-551-2550) 

ECU, Dept. of Medicine, Greenville 27858 
Mary P. Baucom, MD60 (IM)(704-355-3165) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 
Richard F. Bruch, MD 3 2 (ORS/GER)(91 9-220-5255) 

2609 N. Duke St., Durham 27704 
Don C. Chaplin, MD^ (IM/CD)(919-227-3621) 

Kernodle Clinic, 316 N. Graham-Hopedale Rd, Burlington 27217 
Harry E. Dascomb, MD92 (IM/ID)(919-250-8520) 

6723 Falconbridge Rd, Chapel Hill 27514 
Barbara M. Dudley 74 (ST)(ECU)(91 9-758-7006) 

1226 Treybrooke Cii Greenville 27834 
Robert H. Farley, MD 4 ' (GS)(919-275-8415) 

311 W. Wendover Ave, Greensboro 27408 
David H. Hall, MD60 (FP)(704-355-3084) 

910 N. Alexander St., Charlotte 28206 



Melissa M. Hicks, MD11 (FP)(704-258-0635) 

491 Biltmore Ave, Asheville 28801 
Timothy W. Lane, MD 4 1 (ID/IM)(919-379-4062) 

1200 N. Elm St, Greensboro 27401 
Donald R. Lannin, MD™(GS)(919-551-5418) 

ECU, Surgery Dept, Greenville 27858 
P. Samuel Pegram, Jr, MD 34 (ID/IM)(919-748-4246) 

2332 Elizabeth Ave, Winston-Salem 27103 
Jared N. Schwartz, MD60 (PTH)(704-384-4814) 

PO Box 33549, Charlotte 28233 
Pat Simpson^ (ST)(UNC)(91 9-942-3739) 

26 Spring Garden Apts, Chapel Hill 27514 
Hugh H. Tilson, MD g 2 (GPM/PH)(919-248-4354) 

3030 Cornwallis Rd Research Triangle Park 27709 
Lynn E. Wesson, MD&0 (P)(704-333-7726) 

1900 Randolph Rd, Ste. 900, Charlotte 28211 
Thad B. Wester, MD92 (PH/PD)(91 9-733-4984) 

1001 BrighthurstDr, Apt. 101, Raleigh 27605 
Catherine M. Wilfert, MD 3 2 (PD/ID)(919-684-6610) 
Duke University Medical Center, Box 2951, Durham 27710 

Consultants: 

Sandra E. Hendrickson, FNP (919-828-9882) 
Biomedical Home Care, 516 N. Bloodworm St, Raleigh 27601 

Charles H. Livengood, III, MD (919-684-2195) 
Duke University Medical Center, Box 3291, Durham 27710 

Rebecca Meriwether, MD (919-733-3039) 
STD Control Branch, Div. of Health Services, PO Box 2091, Raleigh 27602 

37. Third Party Relations Committee IV-5 (21)(3 Consultants) 
James P. Weaver, MD 3 2 (CDS)(919-479-4100) Chair 

PO Box 15249, Durham 27704 
Ann Q. Bogard, MD 34 (OTO)(919-768-1308) 

1901 S. Hawthorne Rd, Ste. 240, Winston-Salem 27103 
Robert W. Carter, MD1 (IM/CD)(919-227-3621) 

Kernodle Clinic, 316 N. Graham-Hopedale Rd, Burlington 27217 
Donald C. Copeland, MD60 (FP)(704-892-3723) 

19607 Hwy. 73, Ste. A, Davidson 28036 
Jennie R. Crews, MD 3 2 (RES)(919-684-81 1 1 ) 

2800 University Dr Durham 27707 
John W. Foust, MD60 (OT)(704-365-071 1 ) 

3535 Randolph Rd, Ste. R210, Charlotte 2821 1 
James C.Gaither,MDl8(|M)(704-322-1 128) 

Rt. 2, Box 199, Conover 28613 
David D. Grove, MD 4 1 (IM/CD)(919-373-1184) 

1511 Westover Terrace, Greensboro 27408 
Byron J. Hoffman, Jr, MD19 (IM)(919-663-3360) 

421 N. Holly St, Siler City 27344 
E. Rodney Hornbake, MD25 (IM/GER)(919-244-1785) 

Farm Life Ave, Vanceboro 28586 
Frederic R. Kahl, MD 34 (CD/IM)(919-748-4261) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Stephen N. Lang, MD 3 2(ORS)(919-684-3949) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 2919, Durham 27710 
John D. Larson, Jr, MD67 (EM/OBG)(91 9-247-2097) 

204 Green Dolphin St Morehead City 28557 
George H. Moore, MD g 2 (FP)(919-556-6762) 

833 Durham Rd, Ste. C, Wake Forest 27587 
H. Maxwell Morrison, Jr, MD6 3 (OPH)(919-295-6809) 

PO Box 460, Pinehurst 28374 
Frederick T. Owens, MD18 (PUD/IM)(704-322-8265) 

PO Box 3033, Hickory 28603 
Alexander F. Sanchez, MD™ (FP/OM)(803-547-3970) 

PO Box 70, Fort Mill. SC 29715 
Phillip A. Sellers, MD 4 5(IM)(704-692-2231) 

510 7th Ave, W, Hendersonville 28739 
Henry A. Unger, MD92 (U)(919-467-3203) 

101 S. W. Cary Pkwy., Cary 2751 1 
Andrew W. Walker, MD™ (PS/HS)(704-372-6846) 

2215 Randolph Rd, Charlotte 28207 
William H. White, Jr, MD$ 3 (OBG)(919-775-2304) 

1 140 Carthage St, Sanford 27330 

Consultants: 

Daniel J. Butler (919-490-2401) 

Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC, PO Box 2291, Durham 27702 
William W. Eller, Jr (919-547-4382) 

Jefferson-Pilot Life Insurance Co, PO Box 20727, Greensboro 27420 



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NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



Walter Cooper (704-362-8410) 
Travelers Insurance, PO Box 220374, Charlotte 28222 

38. Traffic Safety Committee 11-5 (15)(5 Consultants) 

George Johnson, Jr, MD32 (VS/CDS)(9 1 9-966-3391 ) Chair 

UNC, Surgery Dept, CB#7210, Chapel Hill 27599 
Harry W. Barrick, Jr, MD92 (FP)(919-733-3223) 

1900 Highland PI, Raleigh 27607 
Thomas B. Cole, MD 3 2 (PH/PD)(919-733-3222) 

PO Box 27687, Raleigh 27611 
Donald C. Copeland, MD60 (FP)(704-892-3723) 

19607 Highway 73, Ste. A, Davidson 28036 
John R. Dykers, Jr, MD^9 (FP)(919-663-2931) 

PO Box 565, Siler City 27344 
E. Bruce Elliston, MD 1 1 (FP)(704-258-8681) 

206 Asheland, Asheville 28801 
Joseph C. Farmer, Jr, MD32 (0T0/0T)(91 9-684-6357) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3805, Durham 27710 
Paul P. Gwyn, Jr, MD 34 (PS/GS)(919-765-8620) 

2901 Maplewood Ave Winston-Salem 27103 
Alfred R. Hansen, MD 3 ? (EM/FP)(91 9-966-5643) 

522 Dogwood Dr., Chapel Hill 27516 
John 0. Reynolds, Jr, MD80 (OPH)(704-637-0158) 

410 Mocksville Ave, Salisbury 28144 
Billy W. Royal, MD 3 2 (P)(919-967-9870) 

PO Box 2387, Chapel Hill 27516 
Marvin P. Rozear, MD 3 2 (N)(919-684-81 1 1) 

Duke University Medical Center, Box 3849, Durham 27710 
Robert W. Schafermeyer, MD60 (EM/PD)(704-355-3181) 

PO Box 32861, Charlotte 28232 



C. Leslie Sweeney, Jr, MD92 (FP)(919-787-1261) 

613 Sampson St, Raleigh 27609 
Steven F. Wiegand, MD92(EM/FP)(919-848-9471) 

10305 Whitestone Rd, Raleigh 27615 

Consultants: 

1st Sgt_ F. B. Davis (919-733-7952) 

N.C. State Highway Patrol, PO Box 27687, Raleigh 27611 
Paul Jones, Director (919-733-3083) 

Governor's Highway Safety Program, 215 E. Lane St., Raleigh 27601 
B.J.Campbell, PhD (919-962-2202) 

Injury Prevention Research Center, 134 1/2 Franklin St., Chapel Hill 27514 
John Armstrong, Director (919-733-1032) 

Drivers License Section, Division of Motor Vehicles, 

1 100 New Bern Ave, Raleigh 27697 
Myron Wolbarsht, PhD (919-660-5670) 

Duke University, Psychology Dept, Durham 27706 

39. North Carolina Society of Medical Assistants Advisors (5)(2-yr. term) 
William F. Crutchley, Jr, MD™ (GS)(1992)(919-338-3909) 

1134 N. Road St, Elizabeth City 27909 
Gary B. Copeland, MD26(OPH)(1992)(919-484-6141) 

1629 Owen Dr., Fayetteville 28304 
Hugh E. Fraser, Jr, MD41 (D)(1991)(919-373-1383) 

1030 Professional Village, Greensboro 27401 
Walter D. Pharr, MD (IM)(1992)(704-782-3135) 

390 Copperfield Blvd., Concord 28025 
John E. Wise, MD 18 (IM)(1991)(704-328-2094) 

1624N. Center St, Hickory 28601 



BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS OF STATE OF NC (3-yr. term) 
F. M. Simmons Patterson, Jr, MD (1992) President 

205 Page Rd, Pinehurst 28374 
Nicholas E. Stratas, MD (1993) Secretary-Treasurer 

3900 Browning PI, Ste. 201, Raleigh 27609 
John T. Daniel, Jr, MD (1992) 

415 Dunstan St, Durham 27707 
Harold L. Godwin, MD (1991) 

1601-B Owen Dr., Fayetteville 28304 
Hector H. Henry, II, MD (1992) 

102 Lake Concord Rd, NE, Concord 28025 
JohnW. Nance, MD (1991) 

403 Fairview St, Clinton 28328 
Walter M. Roufail, MD(1993) 

1901 Hawthorne Rd, Ste. 310, Winston-Salem 27103 
Kathryn H.Willis (1993) 

Rt. 1, Box 330, Zirconia 28790 

Executive Secretary 

Mr. Bryant D. Paris, Jr (919-876-3885) 

1313 Navaho Dr., PO Box 26808, Raleigh, N.C. 27611-6808 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL EDITORIAL BOARD (4-yr. term) 
Charles W. Styron, MD (1991) Chair 

615 St. Mary's St, Raleigh 27605 
Eugene A. Stead, Jr, MD, Editor 

DUMC, Box 3910, Durham 27710 
Laurel Ferejohn, Managing Editor 

DUMC, Box 3910, Durham 27710 
George E. Moore, Business Manager 

PO Box 27167, Raleigh 27611 
Jay Arena, MD (1991) 

DUMC, Box 3024, Durham 27710 



William B. Blythe, MD (1994) 

UNC, Dept. of Medicine, Chapel Hill 27599 
Margaret N. Harker, MD (1992) 

PO Drawer 897, Morehead City 28557 
Jack Hughes, MD (1992) 

30 Kimberly Dr., Durham 27707 
Walter J. Pories, MD (1994) 

203 Chowan Rd, Greenville 27834 
Robert W. Prichard, MD (1994) 

300 S. Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem 27103 
Louis deS. Shaffner, MD (1992) 

740 N. Pine Valley Rd, Winston-Salem 27106 



COMMISSION FOR HEALTH SERVICES 

(Division of Health Services) (Physician Members)(4-yr. term) 

Jesse H. Meredith, MD (1993) Chair 

Bowman Gray, Surgery Dept, Winston-Salem 27103 
George W. Brown, MD (1991) 

102 Brown Ave, Hazelwood 23738 
William D. Rippy, MD (1991) 

1610 Vaughn Rd, Burlington 27215 
G. Earl Trevathan, MD (1993) 

ECU, Ambulatory Pediatric Sec, Greenville 27858 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL CARE COMMISSION 

(Division of Facility Services) (Physician Members)(4-yr. term) 

John L. Lynch, Jr, MD (1995) 

905 Arbordale Dr., High Point 27262 
F. Maxton Mauney, Jr, MD (1994) 

257 McDowell St, Asheville 28803 
David T. Tayloe, Sr, MD (1993) 

608 E. 12th St, Washington 27889 



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COUNCILOR DISTRICTS 
Constitution and Bylaws of the 
North Carolina Medical Society 

Article VI — Section and District Societies 

The House of Delegates may divide the scientific work 
of The Society into appropriate sections, and organize 
such councilor district societies composed of members of 
component societies, as will promote the interests of the 
profession. 

Chapter VII — Councilor Districts 

Section 1. To facilitate the organization of the medical profes- 
sion, the State of North Carolina hereby is divided by counties 
into eighteen councilor districts as follows: 

Councilor Districts 

The State of North Carolina is divided by counties into eight- 
een Councilor Districts as follows: 

First District — Bertie-Gates-Hertford. Chowan-Perquimans, 
and Pasquotank-Camden-Currituck-Dare. 

Second District — Beaufort-Hyde-Martin-Washington-Tyrrell, 
Carteret, Craven-Pamlico-Jones, Lenoir-Greene and Pitt. 



Third District — Edgecombe, Halifax, Johnston, Nash, North- 
ampton, Warren, Wayne, and Wilson. 

Fourth District — New Hanover-Pender. 

Fifth District — Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, Harnett, 
Onslow, Robeson, and Sampson. 

Sixth District— Wake. 

Seventh District — Durham-Orange. 

Eighth District — Cumberland. 

Ninth District — Alamance-Caswell, Chatham, Franklin, Gran- 
ville, Lee, Person, Randolph, Rockingham, and Vance. 

Tenth District — Guilford (Greensboro and High Point). 

Eleventh District — Forsyth-Stokes-Davie. 

Twelfth District — Anson. Cabarrus, Hoke, Montgomery, Moore, 
Richmond, Scotland, Stanly and Union. 

Thirteenth District — Mecklenburg. 

Fourteenth District — Alleghany, Ashe, Davidson, Iredell, Ro- 
wan, Surry-Yadkin, and Wilkes. 

Fifteenth District — Alexander, Avery, Burke, Caldwell, Ca- 
tawba, Mitchell-Yancey, and Watauga. 

Sixteenth District — Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln, McDowell, 
and Rutherford. 

Seventeenth District — Cherokee, Graham, Haywood, Hen- 
derson, Jackson, Macon-Clay, Polk, Swain, and Transylvania. 

Eighteenth District — Buncombe and Madison. 



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CODING SYMBOLS 
ALPHABETICAL SECTION 

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DEPT. OF MED. A P * AC 

DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER 
DURHAM, NC 27710 919-684-0000 



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DECEASED 

PRIMARY/SECONDARY 
SPECIALTY (SEE KEY BELOW) 
COMPONENT SOCIETY CODE 
(SEE KEY BELOW) 
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MEDPAC MEMBER 
ATTENDED ANNUAL MEETING 
TYPE OF MEMBERSHIP (SEE 
KEY BELOW) 



COMPONENT SOCIETY SECTION 
t DOE, JOHN M., MD IM/GE AC 

DEPART. OF MED. 59 60 64 

DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER 
DURHAM, NC 27710 YALE 

919-684-0000 

t DECEASED 

IM/GE PRIMARY/SECONDARY SPE- 

CIALTY (SEE KEY BELOW) 

AC TYPE OF MEMBERSHIP (SEE KEY 

BELOW) 

59 YEAR GRADUATED 

60 YEAR LICENSED 

64 YEAR JOINED STATE SOCIETY 
YALE MEDICAL SCHOOL 

KEY TO SPECIALTIES 

A Allergy 

ABS Abdominal Surgery 

ADL Adolescent Medicine 

ADM Administrative Medicine 

Al Allergy & Immunology 

ALD Alcohol & Drug Abuse 

AM Aerospace Medicine 

AN Anesthesiology 

BE Broncho-Esophagology 

BLB Bloodbanking 

CC Critical Care 

CD Cardiovascular Diseases 

CDS Cardiovascular Surgery 

CHN Child Neurology 

CHP Child Psychiatry 

CLP Clinical Pathology 

CRS Colon & Rectal Surgery 

D Dermatology 

DIA Diabetes 

DMP Dermatopathology 

DR Diagnostic Radiology 

EM Emergency Medicine 

END Endocrinology 

FOP Forensic Pathology 

FP Family Practice 

FPY Forensic Psychiatry 

GE Gastroenterology 

GER Geriatrics 

GP General Practice 

GPM General Preventive Medicine 

GS General Surgery 

GYN Gynecology 

HEM Hematology 

HNS Head & Neck Surgery 

HS Hand Surgery 

HYP Hypnosis 

ID Infectious Diseases 

IG Immunology 

IM Internal Medicine 

IND Industrial Medicine 

LAR Laryngology 

LM Legal Medicine 

MFS Maxillofacial Surgery 

N Neurology 

NA Neuropathology 

ND Neoplastic Diseases 

NEP Nephrology 

NER Radiology, Neuro 



NM 


Nuclear Medicine 


NP 


Psychiatry, Neurology 


NPM 


Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine 


NR 


Nuclear Radiology 


NS 


Neurological Surgery 


NTR 


Nutrition 


OBG 


Obstetrics & Gynecology 


OBS 


Obstetrics 


OM 


Occupational Medicine 


ON 


Oncology 


OPH 


Ophthalmology 


ORS 


Orthopaedic Surgery 


OS 


Other Specialty 


OT 


Otology 


OTO 


Otorhinolaryngology 


P 


Psychiatry 


PA 


Clinical Pharmacology 


PD 


Pediatrics 


PDA 


Allergy Pediatrics 


PDC 


Cardiology Pediatrics 


PDE 


Endocrinology Pediatrics 


PDR 


Pediatric Radiology 


PDS 


Pediatric Surgery 


PH 


Public Health 


PHO 


Pediatric Hematology-Oncology 


PM 


Physical Med. & Rehabilitation 


PNP 


Pediatric Nephrology 


PS 


Plastic Surgery 


PSF 


Facial Plastic Surgery 


PTH 


Pathology 


PUD 


Pulmonary Diseases 


PYA 


Psychoanalysis 


PYM 


Psychosomatic Medicine 


R 


Radiology 


RHI 


Rhinology 


RHU 


Rheumatology 


RIP 


Radioisotopic Pathology 


SM 


Sports Medicine 


TR 


Therapeutic Radiology 


TRS 


Traumatic Surgery 


TS 


Thoracic Surgery 


U 


Urological Surgery 


VS 


Vascular Surgery 



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1 


ALAMANCE-CASWELL 


2 


ALEXANDER 


3 


ALLEGHANY 


4 


ANSON 


5 


ASHE 


6 


AVERY 


7 


BEAUFORT-HYDE-MARTIN- 




WASHINGTON-TYRRELL 


8 


BERTIE-GATES-HERTFORD 


9 


BLADEN 


10 


BRUNSWICK 


11 


BUNCOMBE 


12 


BURKE 


13 


CABARRUS 


14 


CALDWELL 




CAMDEN (SEE #70) 


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CARTERET 




CASWELL (SEE #1) 


18 


CATAWBA 


19 


CHATHAM 


20 


CHEROKEE 


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CHOWAN-PERQUIMANS 




CLAY (SEE #56) 


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CLEVELAND 


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COLUMBUS 


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CRAVEN-PAMLICO-JONES 


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CUMBERLAND 




CURRITUCK (SEE #70) 




DARE (SEE #70) 


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DAVIDSON 




DAVIE (SEE #34) 


31 


DUPLIN 


32 


DURHAM-ORANGE 


33 


EDGECOMBE 


34 


FORSYTH-STOKES-DAVIE 


35 


FRANKLIN 



36 GASTON 

GATES (SEE #8) 
GRAHAM (SEE #20) 

39 GRANVILLE 
GREENE (SEE #54) 

40 HIGH POINT 

41 GREENSBORO 

42 HALIFAX 

43 HARNETT 

44 HAYWOOD 

45 HENDERSON 
HERTFORD (SEE #8) 

47 HOKE 

HYDE (SEE #7) 

49 IREDELL 

50 JACKSON 

51 JOHNSTON 
JONES (SEE #25) 

53 LEE 

54 LENOIR-GREENE 

55 LINCOLN 

56 MACON-CLAY 

57 MADISON 
MARTIN (SEE #7) 

59 MCDOWELL 

60 MECKLENBURG 

61 MITCHELL-YANCEY 

62 MONTGOMERY 

63 MOORE 

64 NASH 

65 NEW HANOVER-PENDER 

66 NORTHAMPTON 

67 ONSLOW 
ORANGE (SEE #32) 
PAMLICO (SEE #25) 

70 PASQUOTANK-CAMDEN- 
CURRITUCK-DARE 
PENDER (SEE #65) 
PERQUIMANS (SEE #21) 

73 PERSON 

74 PITT 

75 POLK 

76 RANDOLPH 

77 RICHMOND 

78 ROBESON 

79 ROCKINGHAM 

80 ROWAN 

81 RUTHERFORD 

82 SAMPSON 

83 SCOTLAND 

84 STANLY 
STOKES (SEE #34) 

86 SURRY-YADKIN 

87 SWAIN 

88 TRANSYLVANIA 
TYRRELL (SEE #7) 

90 UNION 

91 VANCE 

92 WAKE 

93 WARREN 
WASHINGTON (SEE #7) 

95 WATAUGA 

96 WAYNE 

97 WILKES 

98 WILSON 
YADKIN (SEE #86) 
YANCEY (SEE #61) 



TYPE OF MEMBERSHIP CODES 

AC ACTIVE 

AF AFFILIATE 

AS ASSOCIATE 

C CONDITIONAL 

DE DISABILITY EXEMPT 

ER EARLY RETIRED 

H HONORARY 

L LIFE 

L/RT LIFE/RETIRED 

M MILITARY 

R RESIDENT 

RT RETIRED 

S/RT SEMI-RETIRED 

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Zantac" 150 Tablets BRIEF SUMMARY 

(ranitidine hydrochloride) 

Zantac 300 Tablets 
(ranitidine hydrochloride) 

Zantac B Syrup 
(ranitidine hydrochloride) 

The following is a brief summary only. Before prescribing, see complete prescribing information 
in Zantac-* product labeling. 

INDICATIONS AND USAGE: Zantac* is indicated in: 

1 . Short-term treatment of active duodenal ulcer. Most patients heal within four weeks. 

2 Maintenance therapy for duodenal ulcer patients at reduced dosage after healing of acute 
ulcers. 

3. The treatment of pathological hypersecretory conditions {eg, Zollinger-Ellison syndrome and 
systemic mastocytosis). 

4. Short-term treatment of active, benign gastric ulcer. Most patients heal within six weeks and 
the usefulness of further treatment has not been demonstrated. 

5. Treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Symptomatic relief commonly occurs 
within one or two weeks after starting therapy. Therapy tor longer than six weeks has not been 
studied 

In active duodenal ulcer; active, benign gastric ulcer; hypersecretory states; and GERD, 
concomitant antacids should be given as needed for relief of pain. 

CONTRAINDICATIONS: Zantac* is contraindicated for patients known to have hypersensitivity to 
the drug 
PRECAUTIONS: 

General: 1. Symptomatic response to Zantac* therapy does not preclude the presence of gastric 
malignancy. 

2. Since Zantac is excreted primarily by the kidney, dosage should be adjusted in patients with 
impaired renal function (see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION). Caution should be observed in 
patients with hepatic dysfunction since Zantac is metabolized in the liver. 

Laboratory Tests: False-positive tests for urine protein with MultistixS may occur during Zantac 
therapy, and therefore testing with sulfosalicylic acid is recommended. 
Drug Interactions: Although Zantac has been reported to bind weakly to cytochrome P-450 in 
vitro, recommended doses of the drug do not inhibit the action of the cytochrome P-450-linked 
oxygenase enzymes in the liver. However, there have been isolated reports of drug interactions 
that suggest that Zantac may affect the bioavailability of certain drugs by some mechanism as yet 
unidentified (eg, a pH-dependent effect on absorption or a change in volume of distribution). 
Carcinogenesis, Mutagenesis, Impairment ot Fertility: There was no indication of tumorigenic or 
carcinogenic effects in lifespan studies in mice and rats at doses up to 2,000 mg/kg/d. 

Ranitidine was not mutagenic in standard bacterial tests {Salmonella. Escherichia coli) for 
mutagenicity at concentrations up to the maximum recommended for these assays 

In a dominant lethal assay, a single oral dose of 1,000 mg/kg to male rats was without effect on 
the outcome of two matings per week for the next nine weeks 

Pregnancy: Teratogenic Effects: Pregnancy Category B: Reproduction studies have been 
performed in rats and rabbits at doses up to 160 times the human dose and have revealed no 
evidence of impaired fertility or harm to the fetus due to Zantac. There are, however, no adequate 
and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. Because animal reproduction studies are not 
always predictive of human response, this drug should be used during pregnancy only if clearly 
needed. 

Nursing Mothers: Zantac is secreted in human milk. Caution should be exercised when Zantac is 
administered to a nursing mother. 

Pediatric Use: Safety and effectiveness in children have not been established. 
Use in Elderly Patients: Ulcer healing rates in elderly patients (65 to 82 years of age) were no 
different from those in younger age groups. The incidence rates for adverse events and laboratory 
abnormalities were also not different from those seen in other age groups. 
ADVERSE REACTIONS: The following have been reported as events in clinical trials or in the 
routine management of patients treated with Zantac®. The relationship to Zantac therapy has been 
unclear in many cases. Headache, sometimes severe, seems to be related to Zantac 
administration. 

Central Nervous System: Rarely, malaise, dizziness, somnolence, insomnia, and vertigo. Rare 
cases of reversible mental confusion, agitation, depression, and hallucinations have been 
reported, predominantly in severely ill elderly patients. Rare cases of reversible blurred vision 
suggestive of a change in accommodation have been reported. 

Cardiovascular: As with other ^-blockers, rare reports of arrhythmias such as tachycardia, 
bradycardia, atrioventricular block, and premature ventricular beats. 

Gastrointestinal: Constipation, diarrhea, nausea/vomiting, abdominal discomfort/pain, and rare 
reports of pancreatitis. 

Hepatic: In normal volunteers, SGPT values were increased to at least twice the pretreatment 
levels in 6 of 12 subjects receiving 100 mg qid intravenously for seven days, and in 4 of 24 
subjects receiving 50 mg qid intravenously for five days. There have been occasional reports of 
hepatitis, hepatocellular or hepatocanalicular or mixed, with or without jaundice. In such 
circumstances, ranitidine should be immediately discontinued. These events are usually 



Zantac * 150 and 300 (ranitidine hydrochloride) Tablets 
Zantac (ranitidine hydrochloride) Syrup 

reversible, but in exceedingly rare circumstances death has occurred. 

Musculoskeletal: Rare reports of arthralgias. 

Hematologic: Blood count changes (leukopenia, granulocytopenia, thrombocytopenia) have 

occurred in a few patients. These were usually reversible. Rare cases of agranulocytosis, 

pancytopenia, sometimes with marrow hypoplasia, and aplastic anemia have been reported. 

Endocrine: Controlled studies in animals and man have shown no stimulation of any pituitary 

hormone by Zantac and no antiandrogenic activity, and cimetidine-induced gynecomastia and 

impotence in hypersecretory patients have resolved when Zantac has been substituted. However, 

occasional cases of gynecomastia, impotence, and loss of libido have been reported in male 

patients receiving Zantac, but the incidence did not differ from that in the general population. 

Integumentary: Rash, including rare cases suggestive of mild erythema multiforme, and, rarely, 

alopecia. 

Other: Rare cases of hypersensitivity reactions (eg, bronchospasm, fever, rash, eosinophilia), 

anaphylaxis, angioneurotic edema, and small increases in serum creatinine. 

OVERDOSAGE: Information concerning possible overdosage and its treatment appears in the full 

prescribing information. 

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION: (See complete prescribing information in Zantac* product 

labeling). 

Active Duodenal Ulcer: The current recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 

teaspoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) twice daily. An alternate dosage of 300 mg or 

20 ml (4 teaspoonfuls equivalent to 300 mg of ranitidine) once daily at bedtime can be used for 

patients in whom dosing convenience is important. The advantages of one treatment regimen 

compared to the other in a particular patient population have yet to be demonstrated. 

Maintenance Therapy: The current recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 

teaspoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) at bedtime. 

Pathological Hypersecretory Conditions {such as Zollinger-Ellison syndrome): The current 

recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 teaspoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of 

ranitidine) twice a day. In some patients it may be necessary to administer Zantacs 150-mg doses 

more frequently. Doses should be adjusted to individual patient needs, and should continue as long 

as clinically indicated. Doses up to 6 g/d have been employed in patients with severe disease. 

Benign Gastric Ulcer: The current recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 

teaspoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) twice a day. 

GERD: The current recommended adult oral dosage is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 teaspoonfuls equivalent 

to 150 mg of ranitidine) twice a day. 

Dosage Adjustment for Patients with Impaired Renal Function: On the basis of experience with a 

group of subjects with severely impaired renal function treated with Zantac, the recommended 

dosage in patients with a creatinine clearance less than 50 ml/min is 150 mg or 10 ml (2 

teaspoonfuls equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) every 24 hours. Should the patient's condition 

require, the frequency of dosing may be increased to every 12 hours or even further with caution. 

Hemodialysis reduces the level of circulating ranitidine. Ideally, the dosage schedule should be 

adjusted so that the timing of a scheduled dose coincides with the end ot hemodialysis. 

HOW SUPPLIED: Zantac M 300 Tablets (ranitidine hydrochloride equivalent to 300 mg of ranitidine) 

are yellow, capsule-shaped tablets embossed with "ZANTAC 300" on one side and "Glaxo" on the 

other. They are available in bottles of 30 (NDC 0173-0393-40) tablets and unit dose packs of 100 

(NDC 01 73-0393-47) tablets. 

Zantac 6 150 Tablets (ranitidine hydrochloride equivalent to 150 mg of ranitidine) are white 
tablets embossed with "ZANTAC 150" on one side and "Glaxo" on the other. They are available in 
bottles of 60 {NDC 0173-0344-42) and 100 (NDC 0173-0344-09) tablets and unit dose packs of 
100 (NDC 0173-0344-47) tablets. 

Store between 15° and 30° C (59° and 86° F) in a dry place. Protect from light. Replace cap 
securely after each opening. 

Zantac * Syrup, a clear, peppermint-flavored liquid, contains 16.8 mg of ranitidine hydrochloride 
equivalent to 15 mg of ranitidine per 1 ml in bottles of 16 fluid ounces (one pint) (NDC 0173-0383- 
54). 

Store between 4° and 25" C {39° and 77° F). Dispense in tight, light-resistant containers as 
defined in the USP/NF. 

July 1990 



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Glaxo Pharmaceuticals 

DIVISION OF GLAXO INC. 
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The number in small type following each name indicates the component society under which the member is 
listed in the Roster by component societies. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Jones, Frank Collins, Jr., Kilimanjaro Med. Ctr., The Good Samaritan Foundation, Moshi. Tanzania, E. Africa 

Marx, Herman Benno, Apdo 227-T, Zona Toncontin, Honduras C.A. 

McConnachie, Charles Chris., 1027 Fleming St., Hendersonville, NC 28739. 

Rambo, V. Birch, 235 Inman Dr., BP 117, Decatur, GA 30030. 

Rice, Edmond Lee, United Christian Hospital, Lahore, West Pakistan. 

Topple, Stanley Craig, Presbyterian Hosp., P.O. Box 45, Kikuyu, Kenya. 

MEMBERS 

(See Page 26 for Key to Specialties) 



AARON, MARK F. 032 

4604-A BYRD RD. A S 

DURHAM 27705 919 382-3278 

AARON, ROSEMARY HUNTER 032 

4604-A BYRD RD S 

DURHAM 27705 919 382-8177 

AARONS, MARK GOLD NEP 063 

2 MEMORIAL DR., STE 1 AC 

1 PINEHURST 28374 919 295-2124 

ABDA, SANDRA MARIE ORS 090 

701 ROOSEVELT BLVD. BLDG 600 AC 

MONROE 28110 704 289-4595 

ABELL, JAMES CURTIS PD 049 

925 THOMAS STREET AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 872-9595 

ABERNATHY, DAVID SMITH IM IM 012 

341 E. PARKER ROAD AC 

MORGANTON 28655 704 433-0225 

ABERNETHY, HENRY WALTER FP /IM 018 

221 13TH AVE. PL. NW-FP A P AC 
HICKORY 28601 704 322-5800 

ABERNETHY, MARY LISA D 032 

222 BARCLAY RD. R 
CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 932-1453 

ABERNETHY, PAUL MCBEE OPH 001 

I 1214 VAUGHN ROAD * AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 228-0254 

ABERNETHY, WILLIAM BORDEN, JR. PD 036 

610DEERWOOD A AC 

GASTONIA 28052 704 864-4298 

ABERT, STEVEN JAMES 034 

2624 OWAISA RD. S 

CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH 44221 919 723-0236 

ABRAHAMS, STUART JOEL GYN 041 

I 721 GREEN VALLEY RD.. STE 300 A AC 

; GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-5391 

I ABRAMS, MARK JEFFREY 032 

1007-B S. COLUMBIA ST. S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 933-0793 

I ABRAMS, MURRAY STANLEY GS 041 

311 W. WENDOVER AVE. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-8415 

I ABSE, DAVID WILFRED P /PYA 000 

ST. ALBANS HOSPITAL AC 

RADFORD, VA 24143 703 639-2481 

ABSON, PAUL ANTONY 032 

2600 STUART DR. R 

DURHAM 27707 919 684-6968 

ADAIR, WILLIAM EDWARD. JR. GP GS 043 

P. O. BOX 578 L 

ERWIN 28339 919 897-5521 

4DAMS, B. JEANNE S. FPS /HNS 032 

1110 W. MAIN STREET AC 

DURHAM 27701 919 682-9341 

4DAMS, CHARLES HUBERT FP 023 

PO BOX 1309 A AC 

KINGS MOUNTAIN 23086 704 739-3681 

ADAMS, FREDERICK F„ III IM /NEP 023 

808 SCHENCK ST. A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-1482 

FAX 704 482-0811 



ADAMS, HARLEY STEWART 

2710 ST. CLAIRE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
ADAMS, HARRY GLENN 

DEPT OF MEDICINE 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
ADAMS, HARVEY 

230 FOUST STREET 

ASHEBORO 27203 
ADAMS, KIRKWOOD F„ JR. 

UNO CB #7075 

338 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
ADAMS, MELANIE 

425 S. HUBBARDS LN. #376 

LOUISVILLE. KY 40207 
ADAMS, PATRICIA LEE 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

ADAMS, RICHARD WESLEY 

770 HARTNESS ROAD 

STATESVILLE 28677 
ADAMS, ROBIN DENISE 

APT. L-2 DOCTORS PARK APTS 

GREENVILLE 27834 
ADAMS, WILLIAM CHAMBLISS 

103 W. 27TH ST. 

LUMBERTON 28358 
ADCOCK, EUGENE W., Ill 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



ADCOCK. JIMMIE WARREN 

217 TRAVIS AVE. 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
ADELMAN, JAMES U. 

510 N. ELAM AVE.. STE. 302 

GREENSBORO 27403 
ADELMAN, RICHARD D. 

7320 SIX FORKS RD. STE 260 

RALEIGH 27615 
ADER, OTTIS LADEAU 

3812 FORRESTGATE DR. APT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ADERHOLDT, MARCUS LAFAYETTE 

624 QUAKER LANE, SUITE 100-A 

HIGH POINT 27262 
ADKINS, HENRY THOMAS, JR. 

2114 MARRYAT COURT 

CHARLOTTE 28211 
ADKINS, MARK ALLEN 

KINSTON CLINIC NORTH 

KINSTON 28501 
ADKINS, NEAL ASHLEY 

132 FOY DRIVE 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 
ADLER, MICHAEL L. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



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AGAYOFF, JOHN D., JR. 

3410 EXECUTIVE DR STE. 201 

RALEIGH 27609 
AGEE, ROBERT NELSON 

302 S MCCASKEY RD. 

WILLIAMSTON 27892 
AGNER, DAVID MARSHAL 

APT C-2 DOCTORS PARK APTS. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
AGNER. MARSHAL EDWARD 

609 E. ACADEMY ST. 

PO BOX 159 

CHERRYVILLE 28021 
AGNER, ROY AUGUSTA, JR. 

611 MOCKSVILLE AVENUE 

SALISBURY 28144 
AGNER, ROY CHRISTOPHER 

611 MOCKSVILLE AVENUE 

SALISBURY 28144 
AGSTEN, JOSEPH EDWARD 

107 AIRPORT ROAD 

KINSTON 28501 
AHDIEH, MASOUD 

302 HYLAN AVENUE 

HAMLET 28345 
AHEARNE, PAUL MICHAEL 

2329 ENGLEWOOD AVE. 

DURHAM 27705 
AHMAD, ZIA MOIZUDDIN 

2930-A WALNUT FOREST CT. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
AHMED, NADEEM 

200-16 ROLLINS DR 

GREENVILLE 27834 
AHN, YONG HUI 

1540 GARDEN TERRACE #305 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
AHUJA, NITA 

311 S LASALLE ST. APT. 15-1 

DURHAM 27705 
AIKEN. HOVEY EUGENE, JR. 

707 PROFESSIONAL DRIVE 

NEW BERN 28560 
AIKEN, JANET CYBRYNSKI 

1377-A E. GARRISON BLVD. 

GASTONIA 28054 
AIKEN, WARWICK, III 

1377-A E. GARRISON BLVD. 

GASTONIA 28054 
AINSLEY, THELLIE RUPERT, JR. 

1007 CARTHAGE ST. 

SANFORD 27330 
AINSWORTH, DEBORAH LOWRY 

608 E. 12THST 

WASHINGTON 27889 
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ASHEBORO 27203 
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631 COX ROAD 

GASTONIA 28054 
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624 QUAKER LN., STE. B-300 

HIGH POINT 27262 
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IBM CORPORATION 657 205 

P. O. BOX 12195 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK 
AKWARI, ONYEKWERE E. 

BOX 3076. DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
ALBERGOTTI, JULIAN S„ JR. 

SOUTHERN BELL MED. DEPT. 

ROOM 414 SNC-PO BOX 30188 

CHARLOTTE 28230 
ALBERS, CHARLES ALLEN 

835 FLEMING STREET 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
ALBERTSON, DAVID ALLEN 

BOWMAN GRAY 

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WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4442 

ALBRIGHT, BENJAMIN PHILLIPS, JR IM 036 

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411 BILLINGSLEY RD., STE. 105 

CHARLOTTE 28211 
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242 BRYAN BLDG. 

CAMERON VILLAGE 

RALEIGH 27605 
ALDERMAN, EDWARD HATCHER 

RT. #4. BOX 40E 

FOUR OAKS 27524 
ALDERMAN, JAMES F. 

1700 ABBEY PLACE 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
ALEXANDER, ANNE D. 

5007 BISBEE DR. 

GREENSBORO 27407 
ALEXANDER, BRIAN A. 

129 CRAWFORD PARKWAY 

PORTSMOUTH, VA 23704 
ALEXANDER, EBEN, JR. 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



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AC 

704 333-4175 

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A AC 



919 832-1205 
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A LRT 

919 963-3148 
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919 629-8807 
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B-205 

MATTHEWS 28105 704 841-1025 

ALEXANDER, JAMES FROSST IM /GE 060 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 365-0760 

ALEXANDER, JAMES MOSES IM 060 

225 PERRIN PL. A L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 365-0760 

ALEXANDER, JAMES PORTER OM /IM 060 

DUKE POWER CO. A AC 

PO BOX 1007, WC08C 

CHARLOTTE 28201 704 373-4329 

ALEXANDER, JAMES RAY GE 011 

49 MCDOWELL ST. A P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-3870 

ALEXANDER, JOSEPH BLACK IM 078 

395 W. 27TH STREET A RT 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-7551 

ALEXANDER, KERRY ANTHONY 060 

CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER R 

PO BOX 32861 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 338-2000 

ALEXANDER, LAWRENCE MELTON FP 053 

555 CARTHAGE STREET A AC 

SANFORD 27330 919 774-6518 

ALEXANDER, LEON GEORGE, JR. TS /CDS 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD..STE.306 A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 782-7900 



ALEXANDER, RICHARD LYNN 

BLADEN COUNTY HOSPITAL 

EMERGENCY DEPT. 

ELIZABETHTOWN 28337 
ALEXANDER, WILLIAM MCKINLEY 

P. O. BOX 627 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
ALFORD, JAMES DAVID 

427 E. STATESVILLE AVENUE 

MOORESVILLE 28115 
ALFORD, PETER T. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ALI, SHAMSHAD 

1200 MEDICAL CTR. #B 

MARION 28752 
ALKHALDI, AOUS SALIM 

104 TRANQUIL CIRCLE 

OXFORD 27565 
ALLAN, JAMES THOMAS, JR. 

309 MAYWORTH WAY 

CRAMERTON 28032 
ALLBERT, JOHN RAYMOND 

2801 JAMESTOWN WAY 

JACKSON, MS 39211 
ALLEN, BENJAMIN GRAY 

PO BOX 1398 

ALBEMARLE 28002 
ALLEN, CHARLES UPTON 

2329 ROSEWOOD AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ALLEN, CYRIL ANTHONY 

P. O. BOX 14005 

RALEIGH 27620 
ALLEN, DAVID GEOFFREY 

PINEHURST MEDICAL CLINIC 

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ALLEN, DAVID HENRY 

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ALLEN, ELIZABETH 
PO BOX 88 
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ALLEN, ELMS LEACH 

3314 HEALY DR. STE. 107 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

ALLEN, FRED HUNTLEY, JR. 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., STE. 601 
CHARLOTTE 28203 

ALLEN, JAMES LATHAN 

209 E. CARVER ST. 

DURHAM 27704 
ALLEN, JOHN O. HENRY 

31 STATE ST. 

PO BOX 1189 

MARION 28752 
ALLEN, LEE F. 

5519 WESCOTT PLACE 

DURHAM 27712 
ALLEN, LEROY 

3009 NEW BERN AVE. 

PO BOX 14027 

RALEIGH 27620 

ALLEN, LOUIS DAVID 

3124 BLUE RIDGE RD. #102 

RALEIGH 27612 
ALLEN, MOLLY VIRGINIA 

1120 MEDICAL CENTER DR 

WILMINGTON 28401 
ALLEN, ROBERT LEE 

3009 NEW BERN AVE. 

POBOX 14027 

RALEIGH 27620 
ALLEN, WILLIAM GILES 

1515 DOCTOR'S CIR. 

WILMINGTON 28401 
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MACON, GA 31201 
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704 663-4065 


PUD IM 


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AC 


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PD /NPM 


059 




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039 




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704 338-2000 


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092 




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919 828-3466 


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034 




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034 


A 


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919 768-2521 


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060 




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FAX 704 358-9664 


OBG 


032 


A 


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919 471 


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059 




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032 




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919 383-4409 


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092 


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919 231 


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FAX 919 832-1647 


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092 




AC 


919 782-0021 


OPH 


065 


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AC 


919 763-7316 


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092 


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919 832-4448 


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065 




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919 343-0614 


ALD 


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912 745-1575 


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026 


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1902 QUEEN ST.. APT D-5 A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 723 

ALLF, BRYAN EWING OPH 

3120 OXFORD DR. A 

DURHAM 27707 
ALLGOOD, JOHN WILLIAM, JR. IM 

1503 PEBBLE DR. A 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 292-; 

ALLIGOOD, TOBY RAY D /IM 

1110 HIGHLAND DRIVE 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946' 

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221 RIVENOAK DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28303 919 323 

ALLISON, E. JACKSON, JR. EM 

PROFESSOR & CHAIRMAN A 

ECU, DEPT. OF EMERGENCY MED. 

GREENVILLE 27858 



ALMARIO, JOSELITO 

500 N. ACADEMY ST. 

AHOSKIE 27910 
ALMEKINDERS, LOUIS C. 

UNO DIV. OF ORTHO. SURG 

CB #7055 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
ALMIRALL, PETER DAVID 

OAK ISLAND MEDICAL CENTER 

307 YAUPON DR. 

YAUPON BEACH 28465 
ALMKUIST, RALPH DURWOOD, II 

1302 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE 

WILMINGTON 28401 
ALMOND, CHARLES MALCOLM 

1960 S. 16TH ST. 

WILMINGTON 28401 



919 551 
FAX 919 551 
U 



919 332 
ORS /SM 

A 

919 966 
FP OM 



919 278 
NEP /IM 

A P 
919 343 
FP 



ALMQUIST. PERRY F. 

1700 ABBEY PLACE 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
ALPERT, ERIC DAVID 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY 

PO BOX 36937 

CHARLOTTE 28236 
ALQAISI, MUNTHER E. 

ECU SCHOOL OF MED 

DEPT OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY 

GREENVILLE 27858 
ALSENTZER, ULRICH KARL 

REGIONAL REHABILITATION CTR 

P. O. BOX 6028 

GREENVILLE 27834 



919 343' 
FAX 919 343 
PD 
A 

704 523 
R 



704 365 
RO 

A 

919 551 
PM 

A 



919 551 
FAX 919 551 
ALSON, ROY LEE EM 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A 

BOWMAN GRAY.DEPT.OF EMERG.MED. 



034 / 

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060 

AC 

■0343 
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AC 

•2900 
074 
AC 

•4440 I 
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AC 



WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ALSPAUGH, JAMES A„ II 

601 HIBBARD DR. #C 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
ALSTON, MICHAEL CURTIS 

405 HOLLY HILL RD. 

MURFREESBORO 27855 
ALSUP, ROBERT MARTIN 

175 CHARLOIS BLVD., STE. 101 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ALSUP, WILLIAM BYRN, JR. 

261 WESTVIEW DR. SW 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
ALTHEIMER, MICHAEL D. 

1022 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE 

GREENSBORO 27410 
ALTSHULLER, LILLIS FLATMAN 

1301 FAYETTEVILLE ST. 

DURHAM 27707 
ALVA, JUAN 

609 VICKERS AVENUE 

DURHAM 27701 
ALVARADO, TERESA LOIS 

200 MEMORIAL DR 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 
AMATO, MARY THERESA 

822 LANCASTER ST. APT. #2 

DURHAM 27701 



919 748- 

A 
919 933 
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919 398 
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A 

919 768 
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A 

919 724 
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919 683 
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919 688 
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A 

919 353 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



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;MAYA, MARCELINO 

2928 FRIENDSHIP ROAD 
DURHAM 27705 
MEEN, WILLIAM OTIS, JR. 
2310 BLUE RIDGE DR. 
GREENSBORO 27405 

MES, DAVID ANTHONY 

' 313 LONGMEADOW ROAD 

GREENVILLE 27858 

MES. RICHARD HAIGHT 
' 2316 PRINCESS ANN ST. 

GREENSBORO 27408 

MMAR. MOHAMED IBRAHIM 

P. O. BOX 468 

KENANSVILLE 28349 

MSELLEM. DAVID 

GOOD HOPE HOSPITAL 

PO BOX 668. DENIM DR 

ERWIN 28339 
MUNDSON, RUSSELL HENRY 

100 HOSPITAL DR. 

LEXINGTON 27292 
,NAGNOST, JOHN WILLIAM 

1515 DOCTORS CIRCLE 

WILMINGTON 28401 
,NAND, RAKESH TARLOK 

LENOIR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

KINSTON 28501 
.NDERSEN. SUSAN HOLLAR 

1700 S. TARBORO ST. 

WILSON 27893 
iNDERSON, DUDLEY BUIST 

1700 S. TARBORO ST. 

WILSON 27893 



vNDERSON, EDWARD EVERETT 

: DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CTR 
, DURHAM 27710 

INDERSON, J. ROBERT 
'■■ 2000-J FALCON WOOD COURT 
~ WINSTON-SALEM 27127 

iNDERSON. JACK D. 
I 1350 S. KINGS DR. 

I CHARLOTTE 28207 

VNDERSON, JAMES DICK 

1 1023 EDGEHILL ROAD. SOUTH 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
« ANDERSON, JOHN B., JR. 
1018 COLLEGE STREET 
OXFORD 27565 
ANDERSON, KENT THOMAS 
j 2112 W. NASH STREET 
i WILSON 27893 
UNDERSON, LANDON BUTLER 
i 1222 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE 
A WILMINGTON 28401 

:' ANDERSON, LARRY GLENN 
j 103 MEDICAL HEIGHTS DR. 
j MORGANTON 28655 

*NDERSON, LYNN BIVINS 
■ 250 CHARLOIS BLVD. 
I WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
: UNDERSON, PAGE ALBERT WILLIS 

BOX 3218, DUKE MEDICAL CTR. 
3 DURHAM 27710 
- ANDERSON, RICHARD DAWSON 
-i 2520 SEDLEY ROAD 
.I CHARLOTTE 28211 

ANDERSON, ROBERT BENTLEY 
1 1001 BLYTHE BLVD. ,#200 
' CHARLOTTE 28203 



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919 575-7621 

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P 074 

AC 

919 752-7151 

NS 041 

A L/RT 

919 288-0421 

OBG 031 

A AC 

919 296-1666 

P 043 

A P AC 



ANDERSON, ROBERT JOHN 
I 1414 MEDICAL CENTER DR. 
i WILMINGTON 28401 

ANDERSON, ROBERT LOUIS 
[ 301 CENTRAL ROAD 
t CLEMMONS 27012 
I ANDERSON, ROGER FABIAN, JR. 
■ 4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL 
I REX CANCER CENTER 
I RALEIGH 27607 



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A AC 

919 763-5182 

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A AC 

919 522-7373 

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A AC 

919 399-2277 

ON HEM 098 

A AC 

919 399-2231 

FAX 919 399-2295 

U 032 

A AC 

919 684-3448 

034 

A * S 

919 785-2667 

PD 060 

AC 

704 342-8200 

FAX 704 332-7020 

OBG 060 

A AC 

704 373-1541 

FP 039 

AC 

919 693-3972 

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A AC 

919 237-6787 

ORS 065 

A AC 

919 763-2977 

FAX 919 763-8804 

ORS 012 

A P AC 

704 437-6500 

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A AC 

919 768-4730 

PDC 032 

AC 

919 681-2916 

R /NM 060 

A AC 

704 379-5860 

ORS 060 

A AC 

704 373-0544 

FAX 704 347-5320 

GS 065 

A AC 

919 763-7363 

OBG 034 

A AC 

919 760-0444 

TR /ON 092 

A AC 



919 783-3018 



ANDERSON, RUPERT COTHAM GS 018 

RT. #2, BOX 196 C 

CONOVER 28613 704 322-8485 

ANDERSON, STEPHEN GRIFFITH OBG 034 

2927 LYNDHURST AVENUE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-9350 

FAX 919 760-4255 

ANDERSON, SUSAN MCLENDON 034 

2000-J FALCON WOOD CT. A * S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27127 919 785-2667 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM BANKS, JR. OPH 032 

DUKE UNIVERSITY EYE CENTER A * AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3771 

FAX 919 684-2230 

ANDRACCHIO, VINCENT CHARLES AN 064 

3709 WESTRIDGE CIRCLE DR AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 443-8038 

ANDREW, RAYMOND HALL P 034 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

ANDREW, WALLACE F., JR. ORS /HS 092 

3515 GLENWOOD AVE. A AC 
PO BOX 10707 

RALEIGH 27605 919 781-5600 

ANDREWS, BOB BARCUS PTH 078 

P. O. BOX 847 A AC 

LUMBERTON 28359 919 671-5074 

ANDREWS, D. SCOTT CDS /TS 060 

301 HAWTHORNE LANE A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 375-8413 

FAX 704 332-4602 

ANDREWS, ELLEN N /P 063 

PO BOX 1749 A AC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-6868 

ANDREWS, LEON POLK IM 065 

1902 DRUID LANE A RT 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 343-0167 

ANDREWS, PAUL STEPHEN OBG 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. STE. 204 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8402 

ANDREWS, ROBERT JACKSON IM 065 

5305 WRIGHTSVILLE AVENUE A AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 791-2626 

ANDREWS, ROBERT WILLIAM U 032 

923 BROAD ST. A AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 286-1297 

ANDREWS, THOMAS J. P 045 

1612 ASHEVILLE HWY, STE. 4 AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 697-2673 

ANDRINGA, RICHARD CORNELL AN /PD 041 

1816 PEMBROKE RD„ STE. #2 AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 272-3720 

ANDRINOPOULOS, GEORGE C. OBG NPM 060 

2028 RANDOLPH RD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-5800 

ANDRUS, THOMAS ROSS, JR. D 092 

4005 CITY OF OAKS WYND A AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 782-3782 

ANGELILLO, JOHN CHARLES FPS 032 

DUKE MEDICAL CENTER A AC 
DIV. OF PLASTIC SURGERY 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2943 

ANIXTER, WILLIAM L. P 011 

PO BOX 1101 A AC 
HIGHLAND HOSPITAL 

ASHEVILLE 28802 704 254-3201 

ANLYAN, WILLIAM GEORGE GS 032 

2200 W. MAIN ST., STE 1066 A AC 
DURHAM 27705 919 684-3438 

FAX 919 286-2623 

ANSCHER, MITCHELL S. TR /IM 032 

BOX 3085, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3742 

FAX 919 684-3953 

ANSTADT, MARK PETER GS 032 

803 LEON ST. A R 

DURHAM 27704 919 684-6012 

ANTHONY, LUTHER LESLIE, JR. IM /CD 036 

1896 REMOUNT ROAD A AC 

GASTON IA 28054 704 867-0736 

ANTLEY, RAY M. R 012 

2201 S. STERLING ST. A AC 
MORGANTON 28655 704 433-1235 

ANTONACCI, DIANA JO P 074 

DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRIC MED. * AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2663 



CD/IM 


042 




AC 


919 537-9268 




034 


A 


S 


919 723-5205 


ORS 


041 


A 


AC 


919 275-0724 


FAX 919 272-5178 


U 


026 




AC 


919 485-8151 


ORS 


098 


A 


AC 


919 291 


1300 




034 




AC 


GE/IM 


086 


A P 


AC 


919 786-9088 


GP/OM 


016 




AC 


919 728-5141 


PD 


081 




AC 


704 286-9049 


vs 


092 




AC 


919 833-8404 




034 




s 


PD 


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A 


L 


919 684-6138 


DR/NM 


011 



ANTONY, JOSE KANDANATT 

306 BECKER DR. 

PO BOX 1175 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 
ANYADIKE, CYRIL 

1641-M NORTHWEST BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
APLINGTON, JAMES PAGE 

PO BOX 14580 

315 W. WENDOVER AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27415 

APPEL, ROBERT ALBERT 

1786 METROMEDICAL DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
APPERT, ROBERT ALBERT 

1700 S. TARBORO STREET 

WILSON 27893 
APPLEGATE, ROBERT J. 

320 STANAFORD RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
APPLER, MARK LEE 

1006 OLD ROCKFORD ST. 

MT. AIRY 27030 
AQUADRO, CHARLES FRASURE 

326 FRONT STREET 

BEAUFORT 28516 
ARCHER, WILLIS 

117TRYON RD. 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 
ARCHIE, JOSEPH PATRICK, JR. 

3020 NEW BERN AVE. #560 

RALEIGH 27610 
ARDANS, TAMARA MARIE 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

SCHOOL BOX #450 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ARENA, JAY MORRIS 

DUKE HOSPITAL, BOX 3024 

DURHAM 27710 
ARENDALE, STEPHEN SYDNES 

STE. 301, 445 BILTMORE CENTER A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-2371 

ARENSMAN, TODD ALLEN 074 

M-6 DOCTOR'S PARK APTS. S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-9029 

AREY, JOHN VINCENT GYN 013 

246 UNION ST. N. L/RT 

CONCORD 28025 704 788-4151 

ARGENTA, LOUIS C. PS 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4416 

ARI, ABDULLAH NECIP OBG 055 

300 LABANS LANE A AC 

LINCOLNTON 28092 704 732-0777 

ARIAIL, JERRY NOLAN D 011 

390 S. FRENCH BROAD AVE. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-3576 

ARKIN, ROY MARC GS 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-2889 

ARMISTEAD, HOWARD LACY.JR. FP /OM 065 

2108 S. SEVENTEENTH STREET AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-7776 

ARMISTEAD, RAY BAXTER ORS 025 

1315 S. GLENBURNIE RD. STE. 7 AC 

NEW BERN 28562 919 633-3256 

FAX 919 633-9345 

ARMON, CARMEL N 065 

311 S. LASALLE ST. APT. 15F A R 

DURHAM 27705 919 684-8111 

ARMSTRONG, BEVERLY WELLER OT 060 

3034 HAMPTON RD. A L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 366-0954 

ARMSTRONG, BRUCE GRIFFEY U 011 

1 DOCTOR'S PARK A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
ARNEY, GERALD WAYNE DR 036 

1381 E. GARRISON BLVD. A AC 

PO BOX 1495 

GASTON I A 28053 704 864-4378 

FAX 704 864-4606 

ARNOLD, GORDON BRUCE IM 040 

624 QUAKER LN„ STE 213-B AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 883-4132 



34 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



ARNOLD. TERRY VINCENT IM 029 

13 MEDICAL PARK DR. AC 

LEXINGTON 27292 704 249-7051 

ARONSON, PHILIP R. IM /CD 034 

BOX 631 AC 

BERMUDA RUN 27006 919 765-3471 

ARONSON, RICHARD ADLER IM /DIA 041 

510 N. ELAM AVE. A AC 
GUILFORD MEDICAL ASSOCIATES 



GREENSBORO 27403 
ARRENDELL, WANDA BERTEL 

102-F VICTORIA COURT 

GREENVILLE 27834 
ARRINGTON, JOHN HODGE, III 

1608 VALLEYMEDE 

GREENSBORO 27410 
ARROWOOD, JOHN P., JR. 

2326-C ARDMORE TERRACE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ARTHUR, BARTON STEVENSON 

M-9 DOCTOR'S PARK APT. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
ARTHUR, ROBERT KEY 

P. O. BOX 5128 

HIGH POINT 27262 
ARTIS, AVIS ADRIENA 

400-B CRUTCHFIELD 

DURHAM 27705 
ARTIS, ISAAC AMOS, JR. 

114 ROANOKE PLACE 

P. O. BOX 7304 

GREENVILLE 27834 
ASCHER, JOHN ALBERT 

3030 CORNWALLIS RD. 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK 
ASHBURN, PHILIP EUGENE 

3100 BLUE RIDGE RD. #300 

RALEIGH 27612 
ASHLEY, GALE JACKSON 

DOCTORS OFFICE BUILDING 

SPARTA 28675 
ASKARY, NASSER AGHA 

PO BOX 1715 

ROCKINGHAM 28379 
ASKEW, ANNE PRESTON 

4016 BARRETT DR., STE. 101 

RALEIGH 27609 
ASRAEL, GERSON 

1350 KINGS DRIVE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
ASSEVERO, MICHAEL LAWRENCE OBG /GYN 065 

916 17TH ST. S AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-3290 

ASSIMOS, DEAN GEORGE U 034 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MEDICINE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4131 

FAX 919 748-2747 

ATASSI, INAD BADREDDIN NS 026 

101 ROBESON ST. STE. 410 A AC 



919 299-5454 

PTH /FOP 074 

R 

919 551-4495 

PTH /DMP 041 

AC 

919 379-4073 

034 

S 

919 724-7963 

074 

A S 

919 758-7862 

OBG 040 

AC 

919 887-3011 

OBG 032 

A * AC 

919 471-1573 

IM 074 

AC 

919 756-6986 

P 032 

A * AC 

27709 91 9 248-3259 

IM GE 092 

P AC 

919 781-7500 

FP 003 

AC 

919 372-4644 

OBG /END 077 

A AC 

919 997-3151 

PD 092 

A AC 

91 9 781 -2438 

U 060 

AC 

704 342-8000 



AU, VICTOR K. 

1214 VAUGHN RD„ STE. B 

BURLINGTON 27215 
AUL, CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR 

4092 PROFESSIONAL DR. 

HOPE MILLS 28348 
AUMAN, EDWIN LEWIS 

624 QUAKER LANE. SUITE 210-A 

HIGH POINT 27262 
AUMAN, GEORGE LOUIS 

3900 BROWNING PLACE 

RALEIGH 27609 
AURINGER, SAM THOMAS 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
AUSTIN, FREDERICK DA COSTA.III 

615 E. 12TH STREET 

WASHINGTON 27889 
AUSTIN, HENRY VANN 

PINEHURST MEDICAL CLINIC 

205 PAGE RD 

PINEHURST 28374 
AUSTIN, ROBERT GRAY, JR. 

1410 FRANKLIN ST., EAST 

MONROE 28110 
AUSTIN, WALTER KENNETH, JR. 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD.. STE. 300 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
AUSTIN, WILLIAM ELLIOT 

1830 HAWTHORNE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
AVERETT, LELAND STANLEY, JR. 

204 BOULEVARD ST. 

HIGH POINT 27262 
AVERY, FRANK WALTON 

RALEIGH COMMUNITY HOSP. 

PO BOX 28280 

RALEIGH 27611 
AYCOCK, PERRY WILLIAM, JR. 

1896 REMOUNT ROAD 

GASTONIA 28054 
AYCOCK, WILLIAM GLENN 

202 S. FIFTH STREET 

MEBANE 27302 
AYERS, JAMES SALISBURY 

113 FINCH ST. 

CLINTON 28328 
AYMOND, JAMES KIRK 

BOX 3000, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
AZIZKHAN, RICHARD GEORGE 



PS 



FAYETTEVILLE 28301 

ATHAR, MOHAMMED A. 

146 RENFRO ST. 

MT. AIRY 27030 
ATKINS, JAMES NORMAN 

203 COX BLVD. 

GOLDSBORO 27534 
ATKINS, MARK RUSSELL 

708 HUGO ST. 

DURHAM 27704 
ATKINS, WILLIAM SHAFFER 

907 STATE FARM ROAD 

BOONE 28607 
ATKINSON, ALVAN WILLIAM 

3400 EXECUTIVE DR. STE. 

RALEIGH 27609 
ATKINSON, SAMUEL MARVIN, 

DEPT. OF OB-GYN 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 



ATTEBERRY, LINDA ROSE 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. BOX 185 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ATWATER, JOHN SPENCER, JR. 

390 S. FRENCH BROAD AVE. 
ASHEVILLE 28801 



919 483-5050 

FAX 919 483-5999 

FP 086 

AC 



ON /IM 096 

AC 

919 734-9455 

032 

A R 

919 684-3300 

OPH 095 

P AC 

704 262-1554 

TS 092 

A AC 

919 872-8080 

OBG 074 

P * AC 



102 



JR. 



919 551-4669 
FAX 919 551-5329 
034 
A * S 

919 723-5736 
A/PD 011 
A P AC 

704 254-5366 



001 

AC 

919 227-5440 

FP 026 

AC 

919 424-0123 

IM 040 

AC 

919 841-8822 

PD 092 

AC 

919 787-0266 

DR 034 

A AC 

919 748-2818 

IM /ID 007 

AC 

919 946-2101 

RHU 063 

AC 

919 295-5511 

OPH 090 

A AC 

704 289-5455 

CD /IM 060 

A AC 

704 373-0212 

GE /IM 034 

A AC 

919 765-0463 

FP 040 

AC 

919 882-1324 

PTH 092 

A AC 

919 954-3118 

IM GE 036 

A AC 

704 867-0735 

FP 001 

AC 

919 563-9341 

FP 082 

A L'RT 

919 592-2541 

032 

R 

919 684-4202 

PDS /GS 032 



UNC. DEPT. OF SURGERY CB 7210 A 



AC 



CHAPEL HILL 27599 
AZZATO, JOHN ANTHONY 

902 HOWE ST. 

SOUTHPORT 28461 
BAAGIL, HASAN MOHAMAD 

1315 E. GARRISON BOULEVARD 

GASTONIA 28054 
BABB, JEFFREY DEAN 

612 HILLSBOROUGH #7 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BACH, PHILIP JOHN 

120 PROVIDENCE ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 

BACHL, FREDERICK JOSEPH 

720 GROVE STREET 

SALISBURY 28144 
BACON, DAVID SCOTT 

244 13TH ST. NE #310 

ATLANTA, GA 30309 
BADAWI, RAOUF FAHMY 

522 N. ELAM AVE., STE. 203 

GREENSBORO 27403 
BADEN, THOMAS JAMES 

2203 S. STERLING ST. 

MORGANTON 28655 
BAGGETT, HENRY CLIFFORD 

2420 PROFESSIONAL DR 

P. O BOX 7099 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 



919 966-4643 

ORS 010 

AC 

919 457-4789 

FP 036 

AC 

704 866-0101 

032 

S 

919 968-0490 

ORS 060 

A AC 

704 377-0351 

FAX 704 373-0746 

PD 080 

AC 

704 636-5576 

032 

S 

404 892-5273 

P 041 

AC 

919 854-2391 

D /IM 012 

AC 

704 438-4683 

OTO 064 

* AC 



101 



BAGGETT, JOHN ROBERT 

702 NEWMAN ROAD 
MCCARTHY SQUARE 
NEW BERN 28560 



919 937-4100 

FAX 919 937-0571 

IM 025 

AC 

919 633-5333 



BAGGETT, JOSEPH WOODROW 

P. O. BOX 53514 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 
BAGLEY, CARTER SNOW 

131 MCDOWELL STREET 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
BAGWELL, JOHNNY WAYNE 

1005 VANDORA SPRINGS RD. 

GARNER 27529 
BAHNSON, EDWARD REID 

2725 WINDSOR ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
BAHRANI, KHOSROW H. 

3111 MAPLEWOOD AVE., STE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BAHRANI, OTAROD 

1221 PARTRIDGE LN. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
BAILEY, CHASSE MARGOT 

P-6 DOCTORS PARK APTS. 

BEASLEY DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
BAILEY, CLARENCE ALMON, JR. 

1824 HILLANDALE ROAD 

DURHAM 27705 
BAILEY, CLAUDE FLETCHER 

403 E. FEARING ST. 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 
BAILEY, GEORGE TILLMAN 

212 OLD COLONY WAY 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 
BAILEY, HILDA HART 

102 MOCKSVILLE AVENUE 

SALISBURY 28144 
BAILEY, JOHN BENNETT 

131 MCDOWELL STREET 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
BAILEY, JOHN RICHARD 

205 W. 29TH STREET 

LUMBERTON 28358 
BAILEY, LLOYD W. 

109 FOY DRIVE 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
BAILEY, ROBERT WOODWARD 

611 FIFTH AVE. WEST 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
BAILEY, ROYCE K. 

PO BOX 217 

NAPLES 28760 
BAILEY, THOMAS DANIEL 

1413 N. LAFAYETTE ST 

SHELBY 28150 
BAIRD, HARRY HAYNES 

1012 KINGS DRIVE 

CHARLOTTE 28283 
BAIRD, HAYNES WALLACE 

1200 N. ELM STREET 

GREENSBORO 27401 
BAIRD, JAMES HAMILTON 

1624 MEMORIAL DRIVE 

BURLINGTON 27215 
BAKER, ALFRED LECARPENTIER 

3155 MAPLEWOOD AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BAKER, BERNIE BALLINGTON, SR. 

EDENTON OB-GYN CENTER.PA 

P. O. BOX 990 

EDENTON 27932 
BAKER, CHRISTOPHER CAMERON 

UNC, CB 7210 

215 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
BAKER, DAVID STANFORD, II 

2600 E. 7TH ST, 

PO BOX 35228 

CHARLOTTE 28235 
BAKER, EDGAR 

510-A FLEMING STREET 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
BAKER, HERBERT MARVIN 

258 THE BOULEVARD ST. 

EDEN 27288 
BAKER, HORACE MITCHELL.JR. 

1901 N. ELM ST. 

LUMBERTON 28358 



OBG 

919 485 
OTO /HNS 

A 

704 254- 
FP 

919 779 
IM /ADM 
A 

919 768 
P 



919 768 



919 768 



919 830- 
PD/AI 
A 
919 286- 

OBG 
A 

DR 

919 443- 
PD 

704 633- 
PD 

704 254- 
OPH 

A 

919 738- 
OPH 

919 443' 
FP 

704 697- 

CD 
A 

704 684 
OPH 
A 
704 482 
U 
A 
704 334 
PTH /CLP 
A 

919 379 
OBG 
A 

919 226 
R 
A 

OBG 



919 782- 
GS/CC 

A 

919 966- 
HS /ORS 

A 



02I 
LFT 
183; | 

ov 

AC 

351; 
09: 

AC 

144( 

03' 
LR1 
778i 

034 

AC 
2162 

034 

s, 

2766 

074 

' S 

9448 

032 

AC 
■2202 

070 
LRT 

064 

AC 
■8083 

080 

AC 
■3727 

011 

AC 
■4337 

078 

AC 
•4856 

064 

AC - 
-5164 

045! 

AC 
1508 

045, 

AC 
1046 

023 
C : 
-6767 

060 
L ' 
6449 ; 

041 

AC 
4074 

001 

AC 
7386 

034 
C 

021 ! 

AC 

7407 
032 
AC 

■4389 
060 
AC 



9820 
045 
AC 

9973 
079 
AC 

1129 
078 

L/RT 
919 738-8571 



704 372 
FP 



704 693 
FP 



919 627 
GS 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



35 



AKER. JOAN MARGO 

105 AIRPORT RD. 

KINSTON 28501 
3AKER, JOHN WOODWARD 

CAROLINAS MEDICAL CTR. 

P. O. BOX 32861 

CHARLOTTE 28232 
3AKER, LENOX DIAL 

BOX 3706, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
?AKER. LINNY MARSHALL 

40 ARDSLEY AVENUE, N.E. 

CONCORD 28025 
JAKER, MARK EARLY 

DUMC, BOX 3808 

DURHAM 27710 



OBG 



AKER, MARVIN I. 

PO BOX 1047 

EDENTON 27932 
3AKEWELL, WILLIAM ERNEST, JR. 
| N. C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
3AKRI, KAMAL MANUBHAI 
, P. O. BOX 42935 

FAYETTEVILLE 28309 
3ALAJI, TALLURI 
' 708 S. SOUTH ST, 
, MOUNT AIRY 27030 
3ALDWIN. BOYCE D„ JR. 
, 225 LAMBETH WALK 
] FLETCHER 28732 
3ALDWIN, MARIE 

PO BOX 173 

DUE WEST, SC 29639 
3ALES, DONALD WEESNER, JR. 
i PO BOX 7828 
, ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
3ALL, FRANK JERVEY, JR. 

601 LAUCHWOOD DR. 

LAURINBURG 28352 
3ALL, JAMES DALE 

DIV. OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
3ALL, MARSHALL RAY 

BOWMAN GRAY, DEPT. OF RAD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BALLARD, HARRY HAMPTON 

701 NEWMAN RD. 

NEW BERN 28562 
BALLEN, PATRICK LASELVE 
I 1511 WESTOVER TERR., STE. 103 

GREENSBORO 27408 
BALLENGER, CLARENCE EUGENE.III 

227 MEMORIAL DRIVE. A 



054 

AC 

919 523-8383 

EM /IM 060 

A AC 

704 355-5225 

ORS 032 

A L/RT 

919 684-2628 

PD/A 013 

AC 

704 782-1918 

DR 032 

A AC 

919 681-2711 

FAX 919 681-5636 

R /NM 021 

A AC 

919 482-8446 

P 032 

A AC 

919 966-4551 

ON /IM 026 

A AC 

919 323-6910 

U 086 

AC 

919 786-5144 

EM 011 

C 

704 255-4032 

P/PN 011 

A L/RT 



IM 



064 

A AC 

919 977-6746 

IM 083 

A AC 

919 276-7727 

NM R 034 

AC 

919 748-3520 

DR 034 

A AC 

919 748-4435 

GS /VS 025 

AC 

919 633-2081 

GS 041 

A AC 

919 378-1583 

N 025 

AC 



JACKSONVILLE 28540 



919 633-4551 
FAX 919 633-9439 

BALLENGER, CLAUDE NEWTON, JR. PD 084 

■ PO BOX 1427 A RT 

ALBEMARLE 28002 704 982-2133 

BALLENTINE, KINCHEN WHITAKER R 026 

486 WINDWOOD ON SKYE AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 323-2012 

BALLENTYNE, KEITH AN /FP 060 

2330 RED FOX TRAIL A AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 377-5772 

BALLIN, ROBERT HANS ARTHUR AN 033 

HERITAGE HOSPITAL A P AC 

] 111 HOSPITAL DR. 

TARBORO 27886 919 641-7700 

BALOCH, MOHAMMAD HAROON FP 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD. STE. 402 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 787-0486 

BALSLEY, ROBERT EUGENE PD 079 

825 CRESCENT DRIVE A L/RT 

REIDSVILLE 27320 919 349-6335 

BALTIMORE, CHAS. LITTLEBURG.JR OPH 007 
211 N. MARKET STREET P AC 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-2171 

BANDY, LAWRENCE C. OBG /ON 096 

102 HANDLEY PARK CT. A C 

GOLDSBORO 27534 919 734-3344 

BANKOV, ROBERT WILLIAM EM 023 

PO BOX 2366 A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-7972 



BANKS, JERRY B., II 074 

2901 -F CEDAR CREEK RD. S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 830-9240 

BANKS, WILLIAM JEFFERY 034 

1143 S. HAWTHORNE RD. R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4316 

BARADA, FRANC A., JR. RHU /IM 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 477-5179 

BARADARAN, AMIR SOHEIL 034 

191 GLENDARE DR. APT. #7 A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 294-9428 

BARBE, ROBERT FRANCIS OPH 033 

PO BOX 1029 H 

BUIES CREEK 27506 919 823-2105 

BARBEE, LEWIS ELISHA GP 041 

4928 SYLVANGLADE ROAD A P AC 

MCLEANSVILLE 27301 919 375-3434 

BARBER, ALFRED JOSEPH IM /HEM 070 

1134 N. ROAD STREET A AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 338-5183 

BARBER, JOHN FRANCIS GYN 011 

157 WINDSOR RD. A L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28804 704 253-7209 

BARBORIAK, PETER N. 032 

1504 EDGEVALE RD. R 

DURHAM 27701 919 684-8111 

BARCO, DANIEL H. FP 032 

2020 W. MAIN ST. A AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 286-3885 

BARDELAS, JOSE ANTONIO, JR. A /PD 040 

100 WESTWOOD AVE. A * AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 883-1393 

BARDEN, GRAHAM ARTHUR, III PD 025 

707 PROFESSIONAL DR. AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-2900 

BARDEN, GRAHAM ARTHUR, JR. PD 025 

707 PROFESSIONAL DRIVE AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-2900 

BAREFOOT, KAREN DIANE FP 026 

4092 PROFESSIONAL DR. AC 

HOPE MILLS 28348 919 424-0123 

BAREFOOT, ROBERT ALLEN, JR. 000 

RT. #2, BOX 42-A-1 R 
HOLLY SPRINGS 27540 

BAREFOOT, VERNA YOUNG PH 025 

2504 OLD CHERRY POINT ROAD L/RT 

NEW BERN 28560 919 637-5574 

BAREFOOT, WILLIAM FREDERICK GS 024 

P. O. BOX 573 A URT 

WHITEVILLE 28472 919 642-3256 

BARISH, CHARLES FRANKLIN GE /IM 092 

3100 BLUE RIDGE RD., STE. 300 P AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 781-7500 

BARKER, CAROLYN E. CULBRETH P 039 

PO BOX 1541 A AC 

OXFORD 27565 919 693-3003 

BARKER, DAVID BERT U 023 

1001 N. WASHINGTON ST. A * AC 

SHELBY 28151 704 482-2011 

BARKER, JULIAN GYN 041 
721 GREEN VALLEY RD., STE. 201 A P AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 378-1110 

BARKER, MARSHALL JAY OBG 054 

1100 HARDEE RD. #112 A AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 527-7208 

BARKER, ROGER WILLIAM OTO /HNS 049 

707 BRYANT ST. A AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-5224 

BARKER, RUDY WATKINS OBG 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 204 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8402 

BARKLEY, KARL LEE OBG 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD., SUITE 102 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 273-2411 

BARKLEY, KARL LEE, II FP 000 

556 HAMILTON STATION R 

COLUMBUS, GA 31909 

BARNARD, DIANNE C. CD 065 

1515 DOCTORS CIR. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-5182 

BARNES, JAMES A., JR. 034 

126-2 LEWISVILLE-CLEMMONS RD. A R 

CLEMMONS 27012 919 766-0762 

BARNES, MAJOR RUSSELL, JR. OBG /GP 067 

200 MEMORIAL DR. A AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 919 353-0759 



BARNES, VICTOR RUSSELL 000 

3609 NW 22ND PL. R 

GAINESVILLE, FL 32605 904 395-0111 

BARNETT, STEWART D. 074 

217 E. WOODSTOCK DR. S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-6717 
BARNHARDT, LUTHER ERNEST, JR. R /NM 011 

900 MEDICAL CT., STE. A A AC 
PO BOX 910 

MARION 28752 704 652-4630 

BARNHILL, LARRY JARRETT.JR. CHP /P 032 

120 BONAPARTE DR. AC 

HILLSBOROUGH 27278 919 966-4136 

BARR, FALVY CARL, JR. PTH /FOP 082 

404 BUTLER DRIVE AC 

CLINTON 28328 919 592-8511 

BARR, JOHN FINDLEY FP 080 

CLEVELAND FAMILY PRACTICE AC 
PO BOX 310 

CLEVELAND 27013 704 278-4053 

BARRETT, GEORGE CARLYLE R 060 

6913 HUNTFIELD DR. * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28270 704 365-2878 

BARRETT, LINDA LUCILLE 074 

1313 TREYBROOKE CIR. A * S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-4742 

BARRETT, ROLLAND JOHN, II GYN /ON 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A P AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2353 

BARRICK, HARRY W., JR. FP 092 

1900 HIGHLAND PL. A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 733-3223 

BARRIER, CHARLES HAROLD IM 074 

1705 W. 6TH ST., BLDG. E AC 
GREENVILLE 27834 

BARRINGER, ARCHIBALD LIPE FP 013 

BOX 278 A L/RT 

MOUNT PLEASANT 28124 704 436-9151 

BARRINGER, MICHAEL LYNN GS 023 

904 MEADOWBROOK LANE A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-6359 

BARRINGER, PHIL LOUIS GS 090 

P. O. BOX 968 A L 

MONROE 28110 704 283-2738 

BARRINGER, ROBERT PHILLIPS IM 036 

1896 REMOUNT ROAD A P AC 

GASTON I A 28054 704 867-0730 

BARRINGER, THAD JONES P 092 

3900 BROWNING PL., STE. 201 A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 787-7125 

BARRINGER, THADDEUS JONES, JR. P 092 

3900 BROWNING PL.. STE. 201 A P AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 787-7125 

BARRINGER, THOMAS AVERYJII FP 060 

10724 PARK ROAD A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 542-6577 

BARRO, LEE DENNIS GP 036 

1 1 9-B W. PENNSYLVANIA AVE. AC 

BESSEMER CITY 28016 704 629-4186 

BARRON, JERRY LYNN ORS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #200 AC 
MILLER ORTHOAEDIC CLINIC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-0544 

BARRON, JOHN ISAAC FP 012 

P. O BOX 489 A L 

MORGANTON 28655 704 437-5641 

BARROW, ROY DOUGLAS 074 

1612-AOAKLAWN AVE. R 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4633 

BARRY, DAVID WALTER IM /ID 032 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME CO. A * AC 
3030 CORNWALLIS ROAD 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK 27709 919 248-4534 

BARRY, PAUL DOUGLAS DR /NM 041 

#2 WALDRON COURT A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 288-9346 

BARRY, WILLIAM FP /EM 026 

121 ELLERSIE DR. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28303 919 864-7416 

BARTELL, GARY DENNIS P 078 

207 W 29TH STREET AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 738-5261 

BARTELS, GEORGE THOMAS FP /NTR 092 

605 BENSON RD. AC 

GARNER 27529 919 779-6330 



36 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



BARTELT, CURTIS FREDERICK FP 060 

6725 FAIRVIEW ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 365-0677 

BARTHOLOMEW, CYNTHIA L. PD 060 

7108 PINEVILLE-MATTHEWS RD. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 542-1952 

BARTLETT, EDWIN CLARY ORS /SM 074 

622 MEDICAL DR. A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-4613 

BARTLETT, STEPHEN RUSSELL GS 074 

208 N. LONGMEADOW ROAD A L/RT 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-3218 

BARTON, FORBES MARSHALL, JR. GS 060 

2501 HANDLEY PL. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 375-3728 

BARTON, JOHN HOMER, JR. IM 034 

160 SARATOGA ST. A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-7946 

BARWICK, WILLIAM JAMES PS /GS 032 

BOX 3098. DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3320 

BASS, DAVID ALDEN ID /IM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4322 

BASS, SPENCER PIPPEN, JR. PTH 064 

P. O. BOX 605 L/RT 

TARBORO 27886 919 823-3114 

BASS, THOMAS RECTOR FP 051 

P. O. BOX 849 A AC 

CLAYTON 27520 919 553-7158 

BASSETT, FRANK HOUSTON, III ORS 032 

DUKE UNIV. MED. CTR. A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-4378 

FAX 919 684-8280 

EDGAR HADLEY, JR. GS /TS 067 



BATCHELLER, 

P.O. BOX 1000 AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353-2194 

BATE, DAVID SOULE, JR. FP 011 

1812 HENDERSONVILLE RD. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 684-001 1 

BATEMAN, WALLACE BRYSON, JR. EM 096 

309 WALNUT CREEK DRIVE AC 

GOLDSBORO 27534 919 778-6205 

BATES, HAROLD BASCOM U 001 

1610 VAUGHN ROAD A AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 227-2761 

BATES, MICHAEL D. 032 

BOX 3287, DUMC A S 

DURHAM 27710 919 489-1586 

BATES, PAUL KENNETH, JR. PD 018 

240 18TH STREET CIRCLE, SE AC 

HICKORY 28602 704 322-2550 

BATTEN, HUBERT ELMORE R 026 

2121 RAEFORD RD. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 323-2012 

BATTEN, WOODROW IM 051 

601 -B N. EIGHTH STREET A AC 

SMITHFIELD 27577 919 934-8977 

BATTISTONE, MICHAEL J. IM /CD 032 

886 LOUISE CIR. APT. 26F S 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-2199 

BATTLE, CONSTANCE Y. OBG 092 

3714 BENSON DR. AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-5550 

BATTLE, MARGARET E. WHITE GYN 064 

521 PEACHTREE STREET A L 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 442-2414 

BATTS, JAYNE JOHNSON EM 060 

8255 LEGARE CT. R 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 556-1388 

BAUCOM, MARY PADGETT IM 060 

PO BOX 32861 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-3165 

BAUER, JOHN MONTGOMERY PTH 018 

ROUTE #2, BOX 197 A AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 322-3821 

BAUGHAM, LEONARD ANDREW GS 097 

P.O. BOX 1146 AC 

NORTH WILKESBORO 28659 919 667-4718 

BAUMAN, LOREN A. AN /PD 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. C 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 948-4294 

BAUMGARTEN, ALAN S. FP 011 

206 ASHELAND AVE. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-8681 



BAUMRUCKER, JOHN FREDERICK FP 056 

P.O. BOX 1060 AC 

HIGHLANDS 28741 704 526-2125 

BAXLEY, MARY JOHN IM /PD 041 
1008 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE * AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 272-2119 

BAZEMORE, WEBSTER CARLYLE, JR. IM/PUD 011 
30 CHOCTAW ST. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-7733 

BEACH, LAURIE JEANNE AN 013 

920 CHURCH ST. N. A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 786-2111 

BEAL, DOUGLAS WAYNE PD 025 

ECU DEPT. OF COMMUNITY PED. A AC 

POBOX 1390 
NEW BERN 28560 



BEALS, MARTIN FEARING, JR. 

1142 N. ROAD ST. 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 
BEAMER, MARK EDWARD 

119 FLETCHER PL. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
BEAN, GARY OWEN 

1109 DRESSER COURT 

RALEIGH 27609 
BEAN, VIRGIL EDWARD 

3225 SHADOW CT. 

WILMINGTON 28403 
BEAR, SIGMOND AARON 

371 2-B RESTON COURT 

WILMINGTON 28403 
BEARD, ELDON S. 

3640-A WESTGATE CENTER CIR 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BEARD, JOHN NICHOLS 

1350 KINGS DRIVE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
BEARDSLEY, THOMAS LEWIS 

495 BILTMORE AVE. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 

BEARER, ELIZABETH ANN 

7J RIVER BIRCH ROAD 

DURHAM 27705 
BEASLEY, CHARLES BRITTON 

KINSTON CLINIC, NORTH 

KINSTON 28501 
BEASLEY, CHARLES RONALD 

206 W. 27TH STREET 

LUMBERTON 28358 
BEASLEY, MICHAEL EDWARD 

2215 RANDOLPH RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 



BEASON, EDWARD STEWART 

1732 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BEATTIE, KATHRYN I. D. 

1250 EPHESUS CHURCH RD..APT H5 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BEAUCHEMIN, RICHARD R., JR. OPH 050 

201 ASHEVILLE HWY..STE. 103 A P AC 



919 633-4496 
FAX 919 633-6443 
PD 070 
AC 
919 338-2155 
074 
S 
919 758-2290 
FP 092 
AC 
919 872-4900 
AN 065 
AC 
919 343-7000 
GYN 065 
L/RT 
919 799-3103 
FP 034 
AC 
919 768-6682 
OM /PD 060 
AC 
704 372-8750 
OPH 011 
AC 
704 258-1586 
FAX 704 258-1765 
032 
A R 

919 684-8111 
OTO 054 
AC 
919 523-0687 
IM /PUD 078 
A * AC 

919 738-1421 
PS 060 
A AC 

704 372-6846 
FAX 704 342-0752 
PS 034 
A * AC 

919 765-3540 
032 
S 



SYLVA 28779 



BEAVER, ROBERT HOWELL 

109 COUNTRY CLUB DR. 

CONCORD 28025 
BEAVER, WALTER BURNS, JR. 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
BEAVERS, CHARLES LEE 

100 MEADOWBROOK TERRACE 

GREENSBORO 27408 
BEAVERS, CLARENCE HENRY 

520 S. VAN BUREN RD 

EDEN 27288 
BEAVERS, JAMES WALLACE 

2206 W. MARKET ST. 

GREENSBORO 27403 
BECAN, ARTHUR FRANK 

PO BOX 686 

OUTPATIENT CENTER 

KING 27021 
BECERRA, FRANCISCO 

ROSE HILL MEDICAL CLINIC 

ROSE HILL 28458 



704 586-7462 
FAX 704 586-3312 
ORS 013 
A AC 

704 786-5122 
ORS 060 
A AC 

704 373-0544 
AN 041 
A L/RT 

919 273-1066 
FP 079 
A C 

919 623-5171 
GP 041 
A L/RT 

919 272-3487 
ORS 034 
A P AC 



BECHTOLDT, ALBERT ARTHUR, JR. AN 

UNC, DEPT. OF ANES. A 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966- 

BECK, J. MONTGOMERY FP /U 

4045 FOREST OAKS LN. A 

MEBANE 27302 919 563- 

BECKER, BRYAN NEIL 

BOX 31 130, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
BECKER, DENIS I. 

3410 EXECUTIVE DR., SUITE 205 

RALEIGH 27609 
BECKHAM, DAVID ROBERTSON 

1762 METROMEDICAL DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28302 
BECKNELL, GEORGE FRANKLIN, JR 



919 684- 
END /IM 
A 
919 876- 

AN 
A 
919 323 

GP 
A 

704 245 
CD/IM 



407 S. BROADWAY 

FOREST CITY 28043 
BECKWITH, GEORGE HUGHES 

PO BOX 2554 

702 NEWMAN RD. MCCARTHY SQ. 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633- 

BECKWITH, MARY KRISTINE OBG 

209 E. CARVER ST. A 

DURHAM 27704 919 471- 

BEDRICK, JAMES JOSEPH OPH 

2015 RANDOLPH RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 334 

BEEMER, CHARLES T. ORS 

POBOX 1169 A 

1816 DOCTORS' DR. 

SANFORD 27330 



919 775- 
FAX 919 774- 
PD 



919 739- 
IM/CD 



704 758- 

AN 
A 

704 254- 
OPH 

919 682- 
IM /PUD 



919 633- 



919 983-9617 

IM 031 

AC 

919 289-3030 



BEISCHEL, JEAN MARIE 

103 W. 27TH ST. 

LUMBERTON 28358 
BELK, ROBERT SAMUEL 

322 MULBERRY ST SW 

POBOX 1020 

LENOIR 28645 
BELL, CAROL ROLAND 

202 DOCTOR'S BUILDING 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
BELL, DOROTHY MCFARLAND 

1110 W. MAIN ST. 

DURHAM 27701 
BELL, EDWIN LILLINGTON 

702 NEWMAN RD. 

PO BOX 2554 

NEW BERN 28560 
BELL, ELIZABETH ANNE 

423 WHITEHEAD CIRCLE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942 

BELL, IRA EUGENE, JR. TR /R 

508 6TH ST., NW 

HICKORY 28601 704 322 

BELL, JOHN DAVIS AN 

401 SIXTH AVE., WEST 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 693 

BELL, JOSEPH TYRON PD 

103 W. 27TH ST. 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739 

BELL, MICHAEL JOHN R NM 

2001 VAIL AVENUE A 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 379 

BELL, RALPH MONROE IM 

8223 BONDS GROVE CHURCH RD. A 

WAXHAW 28173 704 377 

BELL, WILLIAM HARRISON, JR. R /NM 

P. O. BOX 2065 A 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633 

BELL, WILLIAM HARRISON.III VS /TS 

800 HOSPITAL DR. SUITE 10 A 

NEW BERN 28560 919 638 

BELL, WILLIAM OSGOOD NS 

BOWMAN GRAY, DEPT. OF NS A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748 

BELL, WILLIS HARVEY, II IM /PUD 

2027 WAWA AVENUE A 

DURHAM 27707 919 493 

BELLAMY, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR. IM /PUD 

3101 ESSEX CIRCLE P 

RALEIGH 27608 919 782 

BENBOW, EDWARD PERRY, JR. PD 

PO BOX 339 A 

ORIENTAL 28571 919 299 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



37 



BENBOW, JOHN MILLER 

40 ARDSLEY AVENUE, N.E. 
CONCORD 28025 
BENDER, NEIL CARMICHAEL 

P. 0. BOX 68 
POLLOCKSVILLE 28573 

BENEDUM, JOHN LOYLE 

I 1350 S. KINGS DR. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
BENFIELD, RONALD WM. 

520 BROOKDALE DR. 

STATESVILLE 28677 
BENJAMIN, EUGENE E. 

1718 E. 4TH ST., #702 

CHARLOTTE 28204 



PD 013 

AC 

704 786-1144 

IM 025 

A AC 

919 633-1010 

FAX 919 224-3071 

IM 060 

AC 

704 364-7037 

ORS /HS 049 

AC 

704 872-7492 

N 060 

A AC 

704 334-6085 

FAX 704 334-0711 

PTH /CLP 060 

A AC 

704 379-5982 

ORS 097 

A AC 



BERGER, BRUCE R. 

105 FAIRLANE RD. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
BERGER, FREDERICK ALLEN 

28 RIVERVIEW STREET, #114 

FRANKLIN 28734 
BERGER, GARY STERLING 

109 CONNER DR., STE. 2104 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BERGIN, DONALD J. 

3312 BATTLEGROUND AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27410 



FPY /CHP 074 

A AC 

919 355-8777 

PD 056 

AC 

704 524-8474 

OBG PH 032 

A AC 

919 968-4656 

OPH 041 

A AC 

919 282-5000 



BENJAMIN, SANFORD PHILIP 

2001 VAIL AVE. 
, CHARLOTTE 28207 

BENNETT, CRAIG RANDALL 
408 8TH ST. DOCTOR'S BLDG. 
PO BOX 788 

NORTH WILKESBORO 28659 919 667-5039 

BENNETT, HERRON KENT OBG 040 

P.O. BOX 5128 AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 887-3011 

BENNETT, JERRY L. PD 034 

2240 CLOVERDALE AVENUE AC 
SUITE 217, PROF. BLDG. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 722-7143 

BENNETT, JOHN DIETER 032 

611 SNOWCREST TRAIL A R 

DURHAM 27707 919 684-8111 

BENNETT, JOHN JOE GP /OM 025 

102 GIBBS ROAD AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-0709 

BENNETT, JOHN MARK 011 

| 491 BILTMORE AVE AC 
ASHEVILLE 28801 

BENNETT, JOHN NORTHWOOD R 097 

ROUTE #1, BOX 96 A AC 

MORAVIAN FALLS 28654 919 838-3896 

BENNETT, LAWRENCE NORTHWOOD DR 097 

PO BOX 609 A AC 

N. WILKESBORO 28659 919 651-8400 

BENNETT, PAUL CLIFFORD, JR. FP 096 

2400 WAYNE MEM. DR., STE B AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 735-1251 

BENNETT, WILLIAM TYSON CD /IM 060 

3626 LATROBE DR. A * AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 364-0057 

FAX 704 362-1611 

BENSEN, VLADIMIR BASIL FP GS 092 

422 ST.MARY'S STREET A L 

RALEIGH 27605 919 832-6855 

BENSON, JOHN DEWITT PTH 092 

4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 783-3040 

: BENSON, JOHN FISHER RHU /IM 040 

318 WESTWOOD AVENUE AC 

I HIGH POINT 27262 919 882-2515 

• BENSON, NICHOLAS HEROD EM 074 

109 DUKE RD. A AC 

WINTERVILLE 28590 919 551-2954 

BENSON, TERRY LEE FP 060 

1618 E. MOREHEADST, AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 563-1290 

'; BENTIVOGLIO, GIAN P. 034 

13 HIGHLAND AVE. S 

• WEST LEBANON, NH 03784 

; BENTLEY, RALPH LUTHER PD 049 

PO BOX 1460 A AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 878-2011 

J BENTSEN, BIRGER STEVEN P 064 

1701 SUNSET DR., STE. 200 AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 972-4302 

, BENTSON, EDWARD KEITH IM 045 

. 559 N. JUSTICE ST. A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 696-8166 

I BENTZEL, CARL JOHAN IM /NEP 074 

!' DEPT. OF RENAL MED. AC 

:, ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2545 

" BERGANT, JAMES ALLEN U 032 

;. 2609 N. DUKE ST., SUITE 302 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8423 



FAX 919 282-5022 

BERGLUND, LAURA H. 032 

5605 HIDEAWAY DR. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 379-3900 

BERKELEY, SCOTT BRUCE, JR. GS 096 

2400 WAYNE MEM. DR. STE. E A AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 735-6021 

BERKEY, WILLIAM SALDERUS, JR FP 011 

PO BOX 696 AC 

SKYLAND 28776 704 684-7801 

BERKOWITZ, GERALD PHILLIP NPM /PD 060 

200 HAWTHORNE LANE A * AC 
P. O. BOX 33549 

CHARLOTTE 28233 704 384-4944 

BERMAN, JEFFREY MICHAEL AN 049 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 
DEPT. OF ANESTHESIA 

BERMAN, LISA ANNE 034 

2358 CLOVERDALE AVE., APT. D S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 724-3942 

BERNARDO, DANILO REYES NEP /IM 042 

PO BOX 220 AC 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 535-2111 

BERNE, FREEMAN ALBERT DR 078 

P. O. DRAWER 1527 A P AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 738-8222 

BERNER, THOMAS EM 011 

22 WILLOW RD. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28804 704 274-3592 

BERNHARDT, PETER F. PTH 032 

3549 MAYFAIR ST., APT. 101 A R 

DURHAM 27707 919 493-2132 

BERNING, LENORA WONG EM 000 

1439 JODHPUR CT. R 

CHARLOTTE 28212 704 355-3181 

BERNSTEIN, DANIEL OPH 091 

1924 RUIN CREEK RD. STE. 204 A P * AC 

HENDERSON 27536 919 492-8021 

BERNSTEIN, JERRY CHARLES PD /PDA 092 

4905 PROFESSIONAL COURT AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-0250 

BERNSTEIN, ROSLYN JULIE IM /NEP 032 

704 SLEEPY CREEK DR A R 

DURHAM 27713 919 684-8111 

BERRY, FRANCIS XAVIER OBG 041 

1208 COLONIAL AVE. L/RT 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 272-2155 

BERRY, JOHN, JR. GS 054 

PO BOX 1316, DOCTORS DR. A AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-1626 

BERRY, WILLIAM ROSSER ON /HEM 092 

PO BOX 30098 A AC 

RALEIGH HEM/ONCOLOGY CLI. 

RALEIGH 27622 919 781-7070 

FAX 919 571-9352 

BERRYHILL, BRUCE HOLT OTO 060 

1600 E. THIRD STREET A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3300 

BERSIN, ROBERT MERLE IM /CD 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., STE. 300 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-1503 

BERTICS, GREGORY M. N 092 

3821 MERTON DR. A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-3456 

BERTRAM, ROBERT U 080 

909 W. HENDERSON ST A AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-9441 

BERTRAND, MARGARET LINS DR 041 

3607 HENDERSON RD. A * AC 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 379-0941 

BERTRAND, SCOTT ALAN AN 041 

PO BOX 10373 A P AC 

GREENSBORO 27404 919 373-0372 



BESHAI, AMIR ZAHER 032 

3611 UNIVERSITY DR. 14-S R 

DURHAM 27707 919 684-8111 

BEST, ANDREW ARTHUR FP 074 

P. O. BOX 949 L 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-2129 

BEST, DAVID CHARLES PS /HS 041 

600 PASTEUR DR. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 852-0300 

BEST, JAMES ERNEST PD /ADL 041 

600 PASTEUR DRIVE A L/RT 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 854-9023 

BEST, RANDALL MARK EM 092 

2004 LODESTAR DR. A AC 

RALEIGH 27615 919 733-6220 

BETHEL, MILLARD BAIMBRIDGE PH 092 

400 AVINGER LANE-409 A L/RT 

DAVIDSON 28036 704 896-1409 

BETTS, CHARLES SAMUEL IM 076 

220-A FOUST STREET A AC 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 629-7710 

BETTS, WILMER CONRAD P /ALD 092 

920-A PAVERSTONE DR. A P * AC 

RALEIGH 27615 919 847-2624 

BEUTEL, WILLIAM DEAN GS 055 

PO BOX 811 AC 

LINCOLNTON 28093 704 732-1108 

BEVIN, ABNER GRISWOLD, JR PS /GS 032 

UNO DIV. OF PLASTIC SURG. A AC 
CB #7195 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-4446 

BEVIS, CHARLES ALAN ORS 049 

1835 DAVIE AVE, STE. 415 AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 872-7676 

BEY, RICHARD DOUD N 034 

160 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-5834 

BEYER, ALFRED JAMES GS 026 

521 BEAUMONT ROAD AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 483-5031 

BEYER, CATHERINE HERLIHY PD 026 

1213 WALTER REED ROAD AC 
FAYETTEVILLE 28305 

BEYTAS, EROL MARTIN NM /R 032 

BOX 3808, DUMC A C 

DURHAM 27710 919 660-2711 

BHAGWANDASS, SHEILA SODHI PD 042 

PO BOX 66 A AC 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 537-6465 

BHOTIWIHOK, PREECHA AN 054 

P.O. BOX 1043 A * AC 

KINSTON 28503 919 522-7800 

BIANCHI, EDGARDO HUGO CD /IM 067 

1703 COUNTRY CLUB RD. STE. 202 A AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 455-9600 

BIBBY, CHARLES K., JR. 032 

5125 WINDING BROOK RD. S 
CHARLOTTE 28226 

BICKET, DAPHNE PATRICIA FP 097 

RT. #1, BOX312-A C 

FERGUSON 28624 919 973-8682 

BICKLEY, SAMUEL TAYLOR FP 040 

P.O. BOX 5168 * AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 885-2118 

BIERMAN, DAVID RALPH P /CHP 092 

6031 RAMBLING HILL DR. A C 

MORRISVILLE 27560 919 571-7744 

BIESECKER, GARY LEROY GS 040 

624 QUAKER LN, STE. C-101 AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 883-1348 

BIGGERS, DAVID CARL PTH 011 

MEMORIAL MISSION HOSPITAL A * AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-4270 

FAX 704 255-4215 

BIGGERS, WILLIAM PAUL OTO /A 032 

610 BURNETT-WOMACK CB 7070 * AC 

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3341 

FAX 919 966-7656 

BIGHAM, ROY STINSON, JR. IM 060 

4000 MCKEE RD. A L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28270 704 846-2233 

BILBREY, GEORGE MARVIN, JR CDS /TS 011 

257 MCDOWELL STREET A P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 258-1121 



38 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



BILBRO, ROBERT HODGES 


IM /CD 092 


3521 HAWORTH DR. 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 782-1806 




FAX 919 782-4756 


BILLICA, WILLIAM HARRY 


FP 032 


BOX 2914, DUMC.ERWIN SQUARE C 


DEPT. OF COMM. AND FAMILY MED. 


DURHAM 27710 


919 548-9618 


BILLINGS, JACK SMITH 


FP 034 


540 HOLMES DRIVE 


A AC 


RURAL HALL 27045 


919 969-9158 


BINDER, GEORGE ARTHUR 


DR 026 


401 LAKESHORE DR. 


AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28305 


919 484-4028 


BINION, GERALD RAY 


OBG 023 


110 W. GROVER STREET 


A AC 


SHELBY 28150 


704 487-5258 


BIRMINGHAM, LORRAINE FAITH 


FP 032 


10817 TRAPPERS CREEK DR. 


AC 


RALEIGH 27614 


919 870-7633 


BISHOP, JOHN MASON, JR. 


GYN 007 


118 N. HAUGHTONST. 


C 


WILLIAMSTON 27892 


919 781-7450 


BISHOPRIC, ALICE 


OBG 018 


1205 N. CENTER STREET 


AC 


HICKORY 28601 


704 328-2901 


BISSELL, LEWIS F. 


IM 011 


12 ROUND OAK ROAD 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28804 


704 254-0663 


BISSRAM, GANESH 


ORS 042 


130 CARDINAL DR. 


AC 


ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 


919 535-3091 


BITTER, KARL FFOLLIOTT 


U 011 


1 DOCTOR'S PARK 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 253-5314 


BITTINGER, ISABEL 


ORS 034 


118 S. CHERRY ST., 


A L 


POBOX 10668 




WINSTON-SALEM 27108 


919 725-0656 


BLACK, BILLY GENE 


OBG /AN 060 


2711 RANDOLPH RD. #309 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 342-0982 




FAX 704 342-4088 


BLACK, EDWARD BARNWELL 


R 060 


CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY 


A AC 


PO BOX 36937 




CHARLOTTE NC 28236 


704 365-0343 


BLACK, JAMES FRANKLIN 


OBG 029 


200 CAROLINA AVE. 


A AC 


LEXINGTON 27292 


704 243-2431 


BLACK, JAMES HAMPTON 


IM /NEP 060 


125 BALDWIN AVE. 


A * AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 374-1696 


BLACK, JOHN ALEXANDER 


R 065 


102 TRAIL IN THE PINES ST. 


A AC 


WILMINGTON 28409 


919 343-7000 


BLACK, KYLE E., JR. 


ORS 040 


624 QUAKER LN., STE. D-200 


P AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 841-6262 


BLACK, KYLE EMERSON 


GS 080 


ONE ACORN LANE 


A L 


SALISBURY 28144 


704 636-5510 


BLACK, MARTIN L. 


DR 045 


PARDEE HOSPITAL 


AC 


HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 696-1040 


BLACK, PAUL ADRIAN L. 


OALR/OPH 065 


5553 OLEANDER DRIVE 


A L 


WILMINGTON NC 28403 


919 799-2226 


BLACKBURN, KATHERINE S. 


034 


1601 TRINITY GARDEN CIR. 


R 


CLEMMONS 27012 


919 765-5952 


BLACKBURN, THOMAS REID 


DR 023 


PO BOX 1148 


A AC 


SHELBY 28150 


704 487-3141 


BLACKERBY, JAMES 


GP 025 


1807TRYON ROAD 


A L/RT 


NEW BERN 28560 


919 637-3424 


BLACKERBY, JAMES NICHOLAS GS 025 


701 NEWMAN RD. 


AC 


NEW BERN 28562 


919 633-2081 


BLACKLEY, DONALD WAYNE 


AN 060 


2001 VAIL AVENUE 


C 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 379-5000 


BLACKLEY, ROY JACKSON 


P /GPM 092 


4907 QUAIL HOLLOW DR. 


* L/RT 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 733-4506 



BLACKLEY, SHEM K., Ill 


U 023 


1001 N. WASHINGTON ST. 


A AC 


SHELBY 28150 


704 482-201 1 


BLACKMAN, JESSE AYCOCK 


GP 096 


109 S. SYCAMORE STREET 


AC 


FREMONT 27830 


919 242-6171 


BLACKMON, BRUCE BERNARD 


FP 043 


P. O. BOX 8 


A * AC 


BUIES CREEK 27506 


919 893-3543 


BLACKWELL, OSCAR MOORE, III 


IM /BE 029 


309 PINEYWOOD ROAD 


A AC 


THOMASVILLE 27360 


919 475-8121 


BLACKWELL, SAMUEL DWIGHT 


092 


2431 CONDOR CT 


C 


RALEIGH 27615 


919 471-4921 


BLAINE, DAVID ALLAN 


034 


715 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 


A S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 722-8519 


BLAIR, JAMES SEABORN 


FP 070 


PO BOX 629 


A R 


HATTERAS 27943 


919 986-2352 


BLAIR, JAMES SEABORN, JR. 


FP 031 


400 E. MAIN STREET 


A AC 


WALLACE 28466 


919 285-2134 


BLAIR, JERRY RAY 


OPH 032 


673 LINDLEY RD. 


S 


GLENSIDE, PA 19038 


215 887-8250 


BLAIR, ROBERT GILLESPIE, JR. 


ORS 025 


P. O. DRAWER 1694 


A AC 


TRIANGLE PLAZA 




NEW BERN 28560 


919 633-4477 


BLAKE, GERALD WAYNE 


IM /ID 092 


3521 HAWORTH DR. 


AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 782-1806 


BLAKE, JOHN PAUL 


P 001 


723 EDITH STREET 


A AC 


BURLINGTON 27215 


919 227-9818 


BLAKE, ROBERT ADAMS 


ORS 036 


902-D COX ROAD 


AC 


GASTON I A 28054 


704 864-6723 


BLAKELY, GENE THORNTON 


EM 045 


MARGARET PARDEE HOSPITAL 


AC 


HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 693-6522 


BLAKEMORE, WILLIAM STEPHEN 


OPH 021 


101 MARK DR. 


P AC 


EDENTON 27932 


919 482-7471 


BLALOCK, FLOYD ESTON, JR. 


FP /GP 020 


VALLEY RIVER CLINIC 


AC 


ANDREWS 28901 


704 321-4510 


BLANCHAT, TIMOTHY JOSEPH 


IM 018 


11 13TH AVENUE, N. E. 


A AC 


HICKORY 28601 


704 322-3541 


BLAND, RALPH WINGATE 


GS /TS 096 


2400 WAYNE MEM.DR.STE.J 


A P AC 


GOLDSBORO 27530 


919 734-5010 


BLAND, VEITA JOYCE 


FP 041 


1021 E. WENDOVER AVE. STE. 202 " AC 


MEDICAL ARTS BLDG. 




GREENSBORO 27405 


919 373-1557 


BLANK, JONATHAN WILLIAM 


AN 032 


5500 BURLING CT. 


R 


NC MEMORIAL HOSP. 




BETHESDA, MD 20817 


301 295-3140 


BLANK, ROY CRARY 


IM 060 


335 N. CASWELL RD. 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 376-4852 


FAX 704 376-5012 


BLAYLOCK, RUSSELL LANE 


NS 040 


P. O. BOX 5388 


A AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 889-3242 


BLAZEK, F. DOUGLAS 


GS /ABS 040 


624 QUAKER LN., STE. C-101 


AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 883-1348 


BLEDSOE, MARY C. 


034 


BOWMAN GRAY SCH.OF MED.BOX 121 


300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 




WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 724-9754 


BLEDSOE, MARY M. 


032 


805 W. MAIN ST. #A 


S 


CARRBORO 27510 


919 968-1822 


BLIEVERNICHT, STEPHEN WALDO 


GS 041 


1014 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE 


P AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 373-1078 


BLINN, LAWRENCE ALLAN 


R 011 


PO BOX 2959 


AC 


103 DOCTORS BLDG. 




ASHEVILLE 28802 


704 254-4517 



BLOCH, EDMOND CECIL AN PD 

BOX 3094, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 919 681- 

BLODGETT, GEO. S., Ill OPH 

DOCTORS BLDG, STE. 110 A 

FRANKLIN 28734 704 524- 

BLOMELEY, CHARLES PERRY FP 

PO BOX 608 

COLUMBUS 28722 704 894- 

BLOMGREN, PETER FREDERICK FP 

317 W. WENDOVER AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 373- 

BLOMQUIST, GUSTAV ARTHUR, JR. NS 

1021 E. WENDOVER AVE, STE. 103 A 

GREENSBORO 27405 919 275- 

BLOOM, MITCHELL JAY PM 

1200 N. ELM ST. A 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379- 

BLOOMFIELD, ROBERT LEE IM 

651 BRENTWOOD CT A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 919 727- 

BLOUNT, CHARLES WHITNER, JR. FP 

6708 ALBEMARLE ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28212 704 536- 

BLOUNT, FREDERICK ALEXANDER PD 

2390 COLISEUM DRIVE A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 724. 

BLOUNT, JOHN MYERS, III FP /OM 

130 WOODSON ST. 

SALISBURY 28144 704 637 

BLOW, OSBERT PTH 

5238 N. WILLOWHAVEN DR. A 

DURHAM 27712 919 383 

BLOWE, RALPH BOYD, SR. FP 

10 WEST 6TH STREET A 

WELDON 27890 919 536 

BLUE, DANIEL WILLIAM AN 

ONSLOW MEM. HOSPITAL 

DEPT. OF ANES 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 462 

BLUE, JOHN FREDERICK FP 

P. O. BOX 820 

SANFORD 27330 919 775 

BLUE, JOHN FREDERICK, JR. FP 

4092 PROFESSIONAL DR 

HOPE MILLS 28348 919 424 

BLUM, JEFFREY CLARK DR /IM 

651 CHURCH ST., NORTH A 

CONCORD 28025 704 786 

BLYTHE, WILLIAM BREVARD IM /NEP 

UNO DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966 

BOARD, ROBERT JEFFREY OPH 

3320 EXECUTIVE DR. STE. 111 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876 

BOAT, THOMAS FREDERICK PD /PUD 

2025 S. LAKESHORE DRIVE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BOATRIGHT, JAMES RICHARD 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., STE. 200 

CHARLOTTE 28203 



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5737 

056 

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7333 

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8213 

041 

AC 
1794 

041 

AC 
1111 

041 

AC 
3667 

034 

RT 
8165 

060 

AC 
■4903 

034 
L/RT 
•3072 

080 

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■3207 

032 

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■1076 

042 

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-3820 

067 

AC 



BOBBITT, JAMES DANIEL 

33 LAKE CONCORD ROAD, 
CONCORD 28025 



919 966 
HS /ORS 
A 

704 373 
FAX 704 347 
OPH 



N.E. 



704 786 
FAX 704 788 



BOBZIEN, WILLIAM FREDRICK, III HEM /IM 

100 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443 

BODE, DONALD DENBY, JR. OPH 

2573 STANTONSBURG RD. A 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752 

BODNER, WILLIAM RAYMOND, JR. P 

606 WALTER REED DR. A 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 299 

BOEHM, O. ROBERT A /IM 
1718 EAST FOURTH ST., STE. 703 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 332 

BOERNER, DAVID FRANKLIN IM /PUD 

3100 BLUE RIDGE RD.STE. 300 P 

RALEIGH 27612 919 781 

BOERNER, ROBERT MARTIN ID /PUD 

520 BILTMORE AVENUE A 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254 

BOETTE.RICHARD WALTERS PD 
515 COLLEGE RD., STE. 11 

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flOGARD, ANN QUINN OTO 034 

/ 1901 S.HAWTHORNE RD..STE. 240 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-1308 

BOGARD, PHYLLIS JEANETTE * 074 

1440 TREYBROOKE CIRCLE A R 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 551-5912 

BOGARD, TERRENCE DALE AN 034 

5020 KNOB VIEW TRAIL A P AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 760-3954 

BOGEY, WILLIAM M., JR. GS /VS 074 

DEPT. OF VASCULAR SURGERY A AC 

i ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4667 

BOGGS, LAWRENCE KENNEDY U 060 

1012 KINGS DRIVE AC 

. CHARLOTTE 28283 704 333-3825 

BOHNSACK, MICHAEL ROBERT AN 098 

1803 WILDWOOD CT A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-1700 

BOKA, BERNARD GEORGE 034 

1 250-B GLENDARE DR AS 

I WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 768-1219 

BOKESCH, CHARLES RICHARD IM /CD 086 

P. O. BOX 1547 AC 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 919 786-6146 

BOLDING, WILLIAM ROBERT AN 092 

2032 THORPSHIRE DR. A AC 

; RALEIGH 27609 919 755-8000 

BOLEN, LOUIS ROBERT 034 

2353 QUEEN ST., #D S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-9467 

BOLES, MARK LEONARD 032 

, 201 WESTBROOK DR., APT. D-20 A S 

' CARRBORO 27510 919 929-3251 

BOLICK, DEBBIE A. 032 

: RT. #9, BOX 4 A R 

f LYSTRA HILLS 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-2127 

BOLIN, LEWIS BRYANT, JR. FP 036 

i , 603 COX RD. AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 865-2386 

I BOLLING, THOMAS VANCE GS 075 

1 208 HOSPITAL DR. AC 

:» COLUMBUS 28722 704 894-3566 

- BOLLINGER, RALPH RANDAL GS /IG 032 

BOX 2910, DUKE HOSPITAL A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-5209 

FAX 919 684-8716 

!: BOLON, CHARLES GORDON GYN 060 

RR 10, BOX 865 L/RT 

MOORESVILLE 28115 704 333-4104 

1 BOLSTAD, KARL EDWARD ORS 029 

1 14 MEDICAL PARK DR. A AC 

j LEXINGTON 27292 704 249-2978 

: BOLZ, EVERETT ARTHUR OTO 060 

1 3535 RANDOLPH RD, STE. 210 * AC 

Jj CHARLOTTE 28211 704 365-0711 

' BOMBATEPE, VAMIK FP 096 

'■' 204 N. HERMAN STREET AC 

J GOLDSBORO 27530 919 735-7580 

| BOMBENGER, JAMES JOHN EM /PUD 023 

'•■: ROUTE #3, BOX 774-B AC 

CONNELLY SPRINGS 28612 704 397-6147 

a; BOMBERG, ROBERT BRYAN IM 032 

i JOHN UMSTEAD HOSPITAL AC 

:; MEDICAL SERVICE UNIT 

;j BUTNER 27504 919 575-7211 

]H BOND, EDWARD GRIFFITH IM /CD 021 

:; CHOWAN MEDICAL CENTER URT 

PO BOX B 

fi EDENTON 27932 919 482-2116 

-: BOND, JOHN LAWRENCE, JR. GS /ORS 097 

P.O. BOX 1128 A P AC 

S N. WILKESBORO 28659 919 838-4789 

: - BOND, JOHN PENNINGTON GS 036 

1806 FAIRFIELD DRIVE A L/RT 

"■'* GASTONIA 28054 704 865-0154 

; BOND, THOMAS MADISON GE /IM 011 

49 MCDOWELL ST. A P AC 

: ! ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-3870 

;: BONDURANT, STUART IM 032 

I CB 7000, 125 MACNIDER BLDG. AC 

;. UNC-CH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

"; CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-4161 



BONNER, JACK WILBUR.III P 011 

BOX 1101, HIGHLAND HOSPITAL A P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28802 704 254-3201 

FAX 704 258-8095 

BONNER, MERLE DUMONT PUD /A 041 

3504 FLINT ST., APT. D-1 21 A L/RT 

GREENSBORO 27405 919 288-4460 

BONNER, STEVEN PAUL FP 060 

211 S. SHARON AMITY RD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 366-7586 

BONNIN, IRVIN RAYMOND OBG 036 

1225 E. GARRISON BLVD. AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 867-7226 

BOOKER, JOHN PARKS, JR. DR 018 

P. O. BOX 308 A AC 

HICKORY 28603 704 322-2644 

BOOLS, JOHN C. DR /NM 018 

18 13THAVE. NE A * AC 

PO BOX 308 

HICKORY 28603 704 322-2871 

BOONE, EDWARD EVERETT IM 018 

ROUTE #2. BOX 199 AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 322-1128 

BOONE, JOHN WOODIE, JR. FP 042 

120 PROFESSIONAL DRIVE AC 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 537-9176 
BOONE, STEPHEN CHRISTOPHER NS /EM 092 

3009 NEW BERN AVE. A AC 

PO BOX 14027 

RALEIGH 27620 919 832-4448 

BORCHERT, LYNN GORDON GYN 074 

PO BOX 160 AC 

STOKES 27884 919 752-0973 

BOSKEN, DONALD WILLIAM FP 029 

1120 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 16 * AC 

THOMASVILLE 27360 919 475-7163 

BOSSE, HELEN HALL AN 092 

1419 SPRINGMOOR CIR. A L/RT 

RALEIGH 27615 919 779-0777 

BOSSEN, EDWARD HECHT PTH 032 

BOX 3712, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3300 

BOST, WILLIAM STUART, JR. OTO 074 

8 DOCTOR'S PARK A AC 

PO BOX 5007 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-5227 

BOSTIC, WILLIAM CHIVOUS, III ORS 034 

SALEM ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOC. PA A AC 

PO BOX 25007 

WINSTON-SALEM 27114 919 768-1270 

BOSWELL, JOHN IVERSON, JR. CHP /P 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY AC 

WING C, RM, 237, CB #7160 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3379 

BOTERO, ERNESTO MIGUEL NS 041 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST., STE. 312 AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 272-4578 

BOTROS, SHERIF BOTROS OTO 065 

1625 DOCTOR'S CIRCLE A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-0234 

BOUNOUS, CHRISTINE G. IM 025 

BOX 68 AC 

POLLOCKSVILLE 28573 919 633-1010 

BOUNOUS, EDWIN P., JR. IM 025 

BOX 68 A AC 

POLLOCKSVILLE 28573 919 224-4591 

BOUNOUS, JUDITH FRANCES EM /PD 070 

2082 RIVERSHORE ROAD AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 335-1003 

BOURGEOIS, JOHN ELLIOTT OPH 060 

1600 E. THIRD ST. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3300 

BOUZIGARD, RAY JOSEPH R /DR 054 

KINSTON CLINIC, NORTH A AC 

DOCTORS DRIVE 

KINSTON 28501 919 527-7077 

FAX 919 527-0565 

BOWEN, BENJAMIN CURETON FP 049 

RT. #9, BOX 183-H AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 878-6592 

BOWEN, EDWYN TAYLOR, JR PD 034 

3001 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-9170 

BOWEN, J. HARTLEY, III PTH 012 

208 CAMELOT DRIVE AC 

MORGANTON 28655 704 438-2254 



BOWEN, JAMES WILLIAM 


AN 064 


3709 WESTRIDGE CIRCLE DR. 


C 


ROCKY MOUNT 27801 


991 443-2125 


BOWEN, JANET WILDER 


FP 092 


117 ESCHER LANE 


C 


CARY 27511 


919 323-1152 


BOWEN, JOHN HENRY 


FP /GP 014 


912 CONNELLY SPRINGS ROAD 


AC 


P. O. BOX 1014 




LENOIR 28645 


704 728-8224 


BOWEN, MICHAEL LYNN 


FP 098 


PO BOX 3185 


A AC 


WILSON 27895 


919 237-2891 


BOWEN, SAMUEL T. 


IM 060 


PO BOX 490 


A AC 


DAVIDSON 28036 


704 892-5076 


BOWER, EDWARD BIRCH 


GS 090 


900-A E. SUNSET DR. 


A AC 


MONROE 28112 


704 289-2561 


BOWER, STEPHEN LEE 


DR . 034 


3155 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 760-5874 


BOWERS, SCOTT P. 


OPH 098 


#5 SILVER LAKE VILLAS 


A * AC 


WILSON 27893 


919 291-1300 


BOWES, WATSON ALLEN, JR. 


OBG 032 


DEPT. OF OBG 


AC 



CB #7570,MACNIDER BLDG, UNC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-1601 

BOWLES, FRANCIS NORMAN OBG 032 

1019 FISH CROW ROAD A URT 

SANIBEL, FL 33957 813 472-4436 

BOWLES, RICHARD MORGAN PD 023 

101 GROVER STREET A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-1435 

BOWLING, RICHARD FRANKLIN GS 023 

P. O. BOX 638 A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-8591 

BOWMAN, CHRIS R. OBG 000 

1182 SHIPYARD BLVD. R 

WILMINGTON 28712 919 799-0199 

BOWMAN, JAMES FREDERICK ORS /SM 074 

604 MEDICAL DR. A P AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-1777 

FAX 919 758-7484 

BOWMAN, MARJORIE ANN FP /GPM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A * AC 

DEPT. OF FAMILY MEDICINE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-3724 

FAX 919 748-4204 

BOWMAN, MICHAEL HIGGINS N 092 

3821 MERTON DR. A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-3456 

BOWMAN, WILLIAM EDMUND, JR. GS /VS 041 

1317 N. ELM ST., STE. #5 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 274-8444 

FAX 919 274-5367 

BOWMAN, WILLIAM KELLY 074 

104-15 CHESTERFIELD CT. A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 355-1122 

BOWMAN, ZEBULON LYNN OPH /IM 097 

110 CEDAR LANE A AC 

N. WILKESBORO 28659 919 838-9119 

BOWTON, DAVID LOWELL PUD /CC 034 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 
BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MEDICINE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4332 

BOWYER, ALLEN FRANK CD 074 

2000 VENTURE TOWER DR..STE.300 A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 551-4651 

BOX, PATRICK RHU /IM 060 

2310 RANDOLPH ROAD A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 376-2707 

BOYCE, OREN DOUGLAS IM /HYP 036 

328 HUFFMAN RD. A L 

GASTONIA 28054 704 865-1653 

BOYCE, STEPHEN EUGENE OTO 092 

3010 ANDERSON DR. AC 

RALEIGH 27619 919 787-7171 

BOYCE, WILLIAM HENRY U 034 

RT. #2, BOX 150 A L/RT 
STUART, VA 24171 

BOYD, BASIL MANLY, JR. ORS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-0544 



40 

BOYD, DALE WOODS 

300 AUGUSTA CT. 

NEW BERN 28562 
BOYD, DEBORAH DAETWYLER 

1704 S. TARBORO ST 

WILSON 27893 
BOYD, ELLEN 

GREENWOOD GENETIC CENTER 

1 GREGOR MENDEL CIRCLE 

GREENWOOD, SC 29646 
BOYD, JAMES FRANCIS 

2015 RANDOLPH RD. #210 

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NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



R 025 

P AC 

919 633-1010 

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919 291-7001 

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STATESVILLE 28677 
BOYER, GEORGE NORMAN 

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TRYON 28782 
BOYETTE, CHARLES OTIS 

P. O. BOX 310 

BELHAVEN 27810 
BOYETTE, DEANNA MARIE 

424 BROOKSIDE DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BOYETTE, DOUGLAS DEWITT 

200 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 



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919 438-4645 
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808 SCHENCK STREET 
SHELBY 28150 
BOYETTE, EDWARD LEE 



CHINQUAPIN 28521 
BOYETTE, GRAY THOMAS 

2933 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BOYLES, LARRY WAYNE 

MEDICAL SPECIALITIES BLDG. 

415 N. CENTER ST., STE. 202 

HICKORY 28601 
BOYLES, WAYNE FRANCIS 

ROUTE #3, BOX 155 

HICKORY 28602 
BOYLSTON, JAMES ALAN 

701 COLVILLE RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
BOZYMSKI, EUGENE MICHAEL 

UNC.DEPT. MED., CB #7080 

324 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
BRAASCH, ERNEST R. 

4114 DEEPWOOD CIRCLE 

DURHAM 27707 
BRAASCH, LESLEY KRIEGMAN 

4114 DEEPWOOD CIRCLE 

DURHAM 27707 
BRABHAM, FELICIA B. 

518 SIXTH AVE. WEST 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
BRABSON, JOHN ANDERSON 

1030 N. EDGEHILL RD. #308 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
BRACEY, VICTOR A. 

109 TWISTED OAK PL. 

DURHAM 27705 
BRACKBILL, THOMAS ANDREW 

1011 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE 

GREENSBORO 27401 

BRADFORD, ARTHUR LOUIS 

123 E. BROAD STREET 

ST. PAULS 28384 
BRADFORD, EDWARD AYERS 

7920 ALEXANDER RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28270 
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738-A BRYANT ST. 

STATESVILLE 28677 



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704 371-4814 

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704 333-0611 

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PO BOX 150 

REIDSVILLE 27323 
BRADFORD, WILLIAMSON Z., JR. 

150 PROVIDENCE ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
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P. O. BOX 998 

BLADENBORO 28320 
BRADLEY, DON WAYNE 

PO BOX 30004 

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NC 

DURHAM 27702 919 490-4003 

BRADLEY, GEORGE LEE, JR. GP /AM 036 

800 E. FIRST STREET P AC 

CHERRYVILLE 28021 704 435-4111 

BRADLEY, HAROLD JOHN, JR. U 041 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 378-9176 

BRADLEY, TERESA KELLER 074 

WEDGEWOOD ARMS APTS. 304 A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 756-2534 

BRADSHAW, PETER H. GS /VS 018 

415 N. CENTER ST., STE. 102 A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 327-9178 

BRADSHAW, PRESTON HATCHER, JR. U 092 

1200 KERSHAW DR. AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 783-6687 

BRADSHER, JAMES DONALD GP 073 

P.O. BOX 168 L/RT 

ROXBORO 27573 919 599-1611 

BRADY, JOSEPH LAWRENCE, JR. PD /NPM 060 

PO BOX 33549 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28233 704 384-4944 

BRADY, WALTER MORRIS FP 016 

#5 MEDICAL PARK A AC 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 919 726-8414 

BRAME, ROBERT GRIFFIN OBG 074 

DEPT. OF OB-GYN ' AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 



BRAMLEY, MICHAEL LAIRD 

300 BETHESDA DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
BRAMMER, THOMAS DALTON 

1005 VANDORA SPRINGS RD 

GARNER 27529 
BRANAMAN, GUY HEWITT, JR. 

915 WILLIAMSON DR. 

RALEIGH 27608 
BRANCH, CHARLES LEON, JR. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 



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BOWMAN GRAY.SECT.NEUROSURGERY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4083 

BRANCH, JAMES DAVID OPH 034 

224 TOWN RUN LANE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 919 723-0748 

BRANDON, DANIEL EM 036 

3028 MT. VERNON DRIVE A AC 

GASTON I A 28056 704 827-0253 

BRANDON, HENRY ALLEN, JR. IM /EM 095 

RT. #4, BOX L30-B A P AC 

BOONE 28607 704 264-3308 

BRANDSPIGEL, KARL NEP /IM 070 

104 W. COLONIAL AVE. AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 335-1083 

BRANHAM, HENRY EZELL, JR. P /HYP 034 

1409 PLAZA WEST RD., STE. E AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-9393 

BRANNAN, WILLIAM CHESTER OBG 011 

143 ASHELAND AVENUE A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-9191 

BRANNER, WILLIAM A., Ill OPH 060 

4335 COLWICK RD AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 364-7400 

BRANNON, SUSAN ANN PD 011 

131 MCDOWELL ST AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-4337 

BRANTLEY, BERT ALTON, JR. ON 032 

307 COLONY WOODS DRIVE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 684-3695 

BRANTLEY, INGRID JEAN CHP /P 032 

3510 UNIVERSITY DRIVE AC 

DURHAM 27707 919 489-1884 



BRANTLEY, JEFFREY GARLAND 

1109 HUNTSMAN DR. 

DURHAM 27713 
BRANTLEY, JULIAN CHISOLM, JR 

1507 LAFAYETTE AVE. 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 
BRANTLEY, JULIAN CHISOLM,lll 

701 SHOREWOOD DRIVE 

WASHINGTON 27889 
BRANTLEY, JULIAN THWEATT 

6-C FOUNTAINVIEW CIR. 

GREENSBORO 27405 
BRANYON, DAVID WATTERSON 

PO BOX 9149 

HICKORY 28603 
BRASHEAR, HARRY ROBERT, JR. 

N C MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
BRASHEAR, RALPH GUY 

P. O. BOX 827 

WENDELL 27591 
BRASHER, BRUCE UMBERTO 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BRASWELL, WILLIAM KELLEY 

MIDWAY MEDICAL CENTER 

P. O. BOX 1409 

CANTON 28716 
BRATTON, TERESA SUE 

1021 E. WENDOVER, STE. 302 

GREENSBORO 27405 
BRAUN, SIMON DAVID 

4 HOLMWOOD RD. 
PO BOX 2959 
ASHEVILLE 28801 

BRAWLEY, BOBBY WATSON 

1010 EDGEHILL RD, NORTH 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
BRAXTON, DORIS BLACKWELL 

711 HERMITAGE ROAD 

BURLINGTON 27215 
BRAY, ANTHONY D. 

1729-D E. CORNWALLIS RD. 

DURHAM 27713 
BRAZIL, WILBURN OSCAR, JR. 

100 VICTORIA ROAD 
ASHEVILLE 28801 

BREAM, CHARLES ANTHONY 

N. C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
BRECHTELSBAUER, P. BRADLEY 

#6 HOLLAND DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BREEDEN, THOMAS E. 

1391-C GARRISON BLVD. 

GASTON I A 28054 
BREMER, CHARLES CHRISTOPHER 

DEPT. OF FAMILY MED. 4N78 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
BRENCKMAN, WAYNE D., JR. 

GLAXO, INC. 

5 MOORE DR. 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK 27709 919 941 
BRENIZER, ADDISON GORGAS, JR. GS TS 

1333 QUEENS RD #101 A 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 376 

BRENNAN, MICHAEL W. OPH 

1214 VAUGHN RD. 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 228 

BRENNER, WILLIAM EDWARD OBG 'NPM 

101 CONNER DR. STE. 402 
CHAPEL HILL 27514 

BRENTON, BRADLEY CLARK 

2700 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
BRESLIN, MARIANNE S. 

1704 MICHAUX ROAD 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BRESTEL, ERIC PAUL 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
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BREWER, JAMES CHESTER, JR. FP 

P. O. BOX 8248 A 

GREENSBORO 27419 919 852- 

BREWER, THOMAS E., JR. EM GP 

2807 EARHLAM PLACE A 

HIGH POINT 27263 919 724- 

BREWINGTON, THOMAS ELMER, JR. OPH 

P. O. BOX 20346 

GREENSBORO 27420 919 272- 

BREWSTER, VANN ALLEN OM /GP 

5308 HILLINGDON RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 542- 

BREZINA, DAWN S. IM 

1612 TREYBROOKE CIR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 757- 

BREZINA, EDWARD SHARP, JR. OBG 

2101 CHELSEA DR. A 

WILSON 27893 
BRICE, ROBERT SAMUEL, JR. IM GE 

1901 HAWTHORNE RD., STE. 310 A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760- 

BRIDGERS, STEPHEN B. FP 

PO BOX 2231 

ELIZABETHTOWN 28337 919 862- 

BRIDGES, THOMAS HOWARD EM 

P.O. BOX 1706 

SHELBY 28150 704 487 

BRIGGS, DOUGLAS MERRILL FP 

1198 WYKE ROAD 

SHELBY 28150 



BRIGGS, JOHN GLENN, JR. 

1774 METRO MEDICAL DR. 
FAYETTEVILLE 28304 

BRIGHAM, CRAIG D. 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD.. #200 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
BRIGHT, DON CLARK 

1705 W. SIXTH STREET 

GREENVILLE 27834 
BRIGMAN, PAUL HAMER 

2807 EARLHAM PLACE 

HIGH POINT 27263 
BRINKHOUS, KENNETH MERLE 

UNC, DEPT.OF PATH., 228-H 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 



704 487 
FAX 704 487 
PS 
P 
919 323 
FAX 919 483 
ORS 
A 

704 373 
AN 
A 

919 752 
EM 



919 434- 
PTH /HEM 
A 
919 966 
FAX 91 9 966 
BRINKLEY, WILLIAM MCCALL, JR. 

826 BRENT ST. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 724- 

BRINKMAN, DENNIS MICHAEL AN 

1203 GREENBRIAR COURT A 

WILSON 27893 919 291 

BRINKMAN, LINDA EVES 

10 PALMETTO PLACE A 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 355 

BRINTON, LEWIS FLOYD GS /GYN 

603 E. CENTER AVE. 

MOORESVILLE 28115 
BRITT, BENJAMIN EARL 

1209 GLEN EDEN DR. 

RALEIGH 27612 
BRITT, SAMUEL EMERSON 

295 W. 27TH ST. 

LUMBERTON 28358 
BRITT, TILMAN CARLISLE, JR 

216 GRACE STREET 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 
BRI2EL, DAVID MANFIELD 

BOX 3085, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 



, II 



704 664 
P 
A 

919 876 
GS 
A 

919 738 
CD/IM 
A 

919 786 
TR 
A 

919 684 
FAX 919 684 
BRNA, THEODORE GEORGE, JR. FP /GER 
BAILEY FAMILY PRACTICE CTR. 
115 W. DEANS ST. 
BAILEY 27807 



BROCK, JULIAN STANLEY 

200 ENGLEWOOD DRIVE 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
BROCK, MARGARET FUNCH 

1105 WETHERBURN CT. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
BROCKMAN, STEVEN KENNETH 

300 E. GROVER ST. 

SHELBY 28150 



919 235- 
FAX 919 235- 
R 
A 
919 443- 

A 
919 768- 
AN 

704 482- 



041 

AC 
7618 

040 

C 

9455 

041 

AC 
5628 

060 

7584 

074 

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2961 
098 
AC 

034 

AC 

4340 
009 
AC 

8885 
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3134 
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1148 

7753 
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1203 

1130 
060 
AC 

0544 
074 
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2140 

040 

L 

4007 

032 

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1061 

6718 

034 

S 

2845 
098 
AC 

1700 

074 

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6121 
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AC 

1414 
092 

L/RT 

0287 
078 
AC 

8556 
086 

L/RT 

■5745 
032 
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3742 

-3953 
098 
AC 

■4181 
2950 

064 
L/RT 
■1353 

034 

S 

2750 

023 

AC 
■5716 



BRODER, MICHAEL SYLVAN 


DR 029 


PO BOX 789 


A AC 


THOMASVILLE 27360 


919 472-2000 


BRODIE, BRUCE ROGERS 


CD /IM 041 


520 N. ELAM AVE. 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27403 


919 547-1700 


BRODIE, HARLOW KEITH HAMMOND P 032 


DUKE UNIV. ALLEN BLDG. RM 207 


A AC 


DURHAM 27706 


919 684-2424 


BRODISH, PAUL HENRY 


034 


1900 QUEEN ST., APT. C-7 


S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 766-8447 


BROMBERG, PHILIP ALLAN 


IM /PUD 032 


724 CLI. SCI. BLDG. CB #7020 


AC 


UNC, DIV. PULMONARY DISEASE 




CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-2531 


FAX 919 966-7524 


BRONEC, PETER ROBERT 


NS 032 


DURHAM CLINIC, PA 


A P AC 


PO BOX 15249 




DURHAM 27704 


919 479-4100 


BROOKS, CHARLES MICHAEL 


OBG 054 


KINSTON CLINIC NORTH 


A AC 


DOCTORS DR., STE. E 




KINSTON 28501 


919 522-3373 


BROOKS, CLYDE LONG, JR. 


IM 007 


615 E. 12TH ST. 


AC 


WASHINGTON 27889 


919 946-2101 


BROOKS, CONNIE LYNN 


074 


1135 TREYBROOKE CIR 


S 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 830-6842 


BROOKS, JEAN BAILEY 


GYN 041 


1100 N. ELM STREET 


A L/RT 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 273-8658 


BROOKS, JOHN IRVING, JR. 


IM 033 


TARBORO CLINIC 


A AC 


101 CLINIC DR. 




TARBORO 27886 


919 823-4212 


FAX 919 823-3164 


BROOKS, MARTIN LUTHER 


GP 078 


711 HIGHWAY E. 


A P AC 


P. O. BOX 37 




PEMBROKE 28372 


919 521-4221 


BROOKS, MICHAEL ANTHONY 


DR 070 


106 S. WATER ST. 


AC 


ELIZABETH CITY 27909 


919 338-1193 


BROOKS, RALPH ELBERT, JR. 


U 040 


624 QUAKER LN. STE. E-100 


A AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 886-5151 


BROOKS, THOMAS WILLIAM, III 


R /NM 018 


521 THIRD AVENUE, N.W. 


A AC 


HICKORY 28601 


704 322-2644 


BROOKS, WILLIAM LESTER, JR. 


IM RHU 060 


CHARLOTTE INT. MED. ASSOCIATES A AC 


411 BILLNGSLEY RD., #105 




CHARLOTTE 28211 


704 333-4175 


BROSNAN, WALTER HAWKINS 


OPH 011 


2 DOCTORS PARK 


AC 


417BILTMORE AVE. 




ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 254-9693 


FAX 704 254-9695 


BROST, BRIAN C. 


OBG 032 


6601 AMHERST DR. 


S 


OCEAN SPRINGS. MS 39564 




BROSTROM, RICHARD JAMES 


032 


16 OLD UNIVERSITY STATION DR 


S 


CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 942-8554 


BROTHERS, MICHAEL FRANCIS 


R 032 


BOX 3808, DUMC 


AC 


DURHAM 27710 


919 681-2711 


BROUETTE, THOMAS EDWARD 


034 


21 16 QUEEN ST. 


A S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 721-9151 


BROWN, ALAN REID 


DR 044 


848 GOLFSIDE DR. 


A L 


SEBRING, FL 33872 




BROWN, ALBERT BELMONT 


GYN 065 


1615 DOCTOR'S CIR. 


A L 


WILMINGTON 28401 


919 343-1122 


BROWN, ANNE BARBARA 


034 


808 CALIFORNIA AVE. 


S 


PITTSBURGH, PA 15202 




BROWN, CHARLES CALVIN 


AN 070 


211 ROUNDTREE DR. 


A AC 


ELIZABETH CITY 27909 


919 338-1542 



BROWN, CHARLES KEVIN 

DEPT. OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE A 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
fBROWN, CHARLES WILLIAM 

2127 QUEENS ROAD, EAST 

DECEASED--1 1-22-90 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
BROWN, CYNTHIA J. HECKER 

77 MCDOWELL RD. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
BROWN, DANIEL ELMER 

3124 BLUE RIDGE RD..STE. 102 

RALEIGH 27612 
BROWN, DAVID ALLEN 

390 S. FRENCH BROAD AVE. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
BROWN, DAVID HOUSTON 

PO BOX 399 

BUIES CREEK 27506 
BROWN, DAVID WARREN 

891 W. WILLOW DRIVE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BROWN, DONALD CLAUDE 

305-B S. ACADEMY ST. 

CARY 2751 1 
BROWN, ERNEST HYDE, JR. 

4300 FAYETTEVILLE ROAD 

LUMBERTON 28358 
BROWN, FRANK MAC 

1027 FLEMING STREET 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
BROWN, FRANK REID 

1103 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE 

GREENSBORO 27408 
BROWN, GEORGE WALLACE 

102 BROWN AVENUE 

HAZELWOOD 28738 
BROWN, JAMES WALTER, JR. 

633 GRANDVIEW DR., NE 

CONCORD 28025 
BROWN, JOHN MARK 

3605 SWEETEN CREEK RD. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BROWN, MALCOLM M. 

1900 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

312 FORSYTH MEDICAL PK. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BROWN, MARTIN TODD 

1718 E. FOURTH ST. #207 

CHARLOTTE 28204 



EM 



919 551- 
GYN OBS 

A 

704 333- 
PD 

704 684- 
PD 

919 782- 

Al 
A P 
704 254 
EM /GER 

919 893- 
IM 

919 942 
FP /GER 
A 

919 467 
OBG 
A 

919 738 
ORS 

704 692 
IM 
A 

919 272 
FP 

704 456 
OTO /HNS 

A 

704 782 
IM/EM 

919 490 
IM /RHU 



BROWN, PAUL EUGENE 

250 18TH ST. CIR. SE 

HICKORY 28602 
BROWN, RAEFORD E„ JR. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BROWN, RHETT LEROY 

421-A N. CHURCH ST. 

CHARLOTTE 28202 
BROWN, ROBERT CALVIN 

223 FLEMINGTON RD. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BROWN, ROBERT LEE 

202 SHILOH DR. #A 

GREENVILLE 27834 
BROWN, RONALD LAUCHLIN 

2711 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 305 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
BROWN, SHEILA ELAINE 

1900 QUEEN ST., #B1 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BROWN, STEVEN DUNNING 

1719 S. LIVE OAK PKY. 

WILMINGTON 28403 
BROWN, SUSAN EVANS 

5501 FORTUNES RIDGE, STE. 

DURHAM 27713 
BROWN, THOMAS LAWRENCE 

145 AFTONSHIRE COURT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
BROWN, THOMAS WALTER 

920-A PAVERSTONE DR. 

RALEIGH 27615 



919 659 
OPH 

A 

704 377 
FAX 704 334 
ORS 



704 322 
AN 

919 748- 

A 
704 355 
CLP /PTH 

A 

919 929 

A 
919 355 
OBG 

704 372 



919 773 
PUD /CCM 

919 341 
FP 
\ 

919 493 

OBG 

P 

919 765 

P/LM 

A 

919 847 



074 

AC 



4757 
060 



9852 
011 
AC 

1000 
092 
AC 

0021 
011 
AC 

5366 
043 
AC 

5141 
032 
AC 

5123 
092 
AC 

■3730 
078 
AC 

■9601 
045 
AC 

■5781 
041 

L/RT 

■5048 
044 
AC 

■6021 
013 

L/RT 

■8316 
032 
AC 

•4406 
034 
AC 

■9218 
060 
AC 

■3689 

■3707 
018 
AC 

■5172 
034 
AC 

4498 

060 

R 

2000 
041 
AC 

0922 

074 

S 

3223 
060 
AC 

8020 
034 
S 

0490 

065 

C 

3376 
032 
AC 

8877 
034 
AC 

2802 
092 
AC 

2624 



42 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



BROWN, VASCUE O'NEIL P 

3532 MOUNTAINBROOK ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 553 

BROWN, WALLACE DAVID PD 

3708 LUBBOCK DRIVE 

RALEIGH 27612 919 872- 

BROWN, WALTER JOHN PH /FP 

79 TRUNDLE RDG.FEARRINGTON A 

PITTSBORO 27312 919 933 

BROWN, WILLIAM EDWARD OBG 

2245 STANTONSBURG RD„ STE. H A 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 757 

BROWN, WILLIAM LEE IM 

PO DRAWER 158 A 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 537 

BROWN, WILLIAM RAY, JR. NS 

2825 LYNDHURST AVE. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765 

BROWNE, GEOFFREY H. 

1600 LONGWOOD DR. 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 355 

BROWNE, JAMES DALE OTO 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748 

BROWNING, DAVID JUDSON OPH 

1600 E. THIRD ST. 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 358 

BROWNING, DOUGLAS GUY FP 

2050 CRAIG ST., APT. 23 A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 723 

BROWNLEE, ROBERT CALVIN PD 

111 SILVER CEDAR COURT A 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 929 

BRUCE, JAMES CRAWFORD IM /CD 

1036 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE A 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 378 

BRUCE, KAREN EMY FP 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A 

DEPT. OF FAMILY MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551 

BRUCH, RICHARD FRANKLIN ORS /GER 

TRIANGLE ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOC. A P 

2609 N. DUKE STREET 

DURHAM 27704 



BRUEN1NG, FREDERICK L. 

3746 VEST MILL RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BRUGGERS, BARRY ALAN 

101 S. W. CARY PKY. STE. 170 

CARY 27511 
BRUMBACK, GEORGE FRANKLIN 

1105 MONTPELIER 

GREENSBORO 27401 
BRUNETTI, LOUIS LEO 

4912 CHARMAPEG AVE. 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
BRUNSTETTER, RICHARD W. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BRUTON, HENRY DAVID 

195 W. ILLINOIS AVE. 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 



919 220- 

FAX 91 9 220- 

OPH 

A P 

919 765- 

OBG 



919 467 
OPH 
A 

919 274 
IM LM 
A 

704 365 
P 



919 748 
PD 
A 

919 692 
FAX 919 692 
IM /CD 
A P * 
919 299 
OPH 
A 

919 942 
IM /HEM 



BRYAN, EDWIN LANCASTER 

510 N. ELAM AVE. #201 

GREENSBORO 27403 
BRYAN, JAMES A., Ill 

110 CONNER DR. STE. #2 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BRYAN, JAMES ALEXANDER, II 

NC MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966- 

BRYAN, JOHN HUGH TR /PHO 

DEPT. OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY 

BOX 41208, CAPE FEAR MED. CTR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323- 

BRYAN, PAT CHAPPELL OBG 

120 CONNER DR., STE 101 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942- 

BRYAN, THOMAS RHUDY, JR. PD /OBS 

MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING 

P. O. BOX 1163 

NORTH WILKESBORO 28659 919 838-2500 



060 

AC 

1179 
092 
AC 

0250 
019 
AS 

9331 
074 
AC 

3131 
042 
AC 

0134 
034 
AC 

3750 
074 

' S 

7607 
034 
AC 

4161 
060 
AC 

4138 

034 

R 

6603 
032 
AC 

0461 
041 

L/RT 

9180 
074 
AC 

2021 
032 

* A 

5255 

5568 
034 
AC 

6900 
092 
AC 

■5941 
041 
AC 

-4626 
060 
AC 

■0104 
034 
AC 

•6236 
063 
AC 

■2444 

■3651 
041 
AC 

■5454 
032 
AC 

-8701 
032 
AC 

2268 
026 

AC 

6690 
032 
AC 

8571 
097 

AC 



BRYAN, W. BLAIR PD 060 

1700 ABBEY PLACE A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28209 704 523-7232 

BRYAN, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, III PD 011 

ASTON PARK CENTER A AC 
53 S. FRENCH BROAD AVENUE 
ASHEVILLE 28801 



BRYANT, JAMES EDWARD 

P. O. BOX 589 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 
BRYANT, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. 

1700 ABBEY PLACE 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
BUCCINI, ROBERT V. 

1511 WESTOVER TERR., STE. 108 

GREENSBORO 27408 

BUCH, HAL NATHAN 

127TABER AVE. 

PROVIDENCE. Rl 02906 
BUCHANAN, DALE CONWAY 

4217 HORSESHOE BEND 

MATTHEWS 28105 
BUCHANAN, ROBERT A., JR. 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE 403 

DURHAM 27704 
BUCHANAN, SCOTT A. 

2A CARSON CIRCLE 

DURHAM 27705 
BUCHIN, DAVID LEE 

14212 CROSS CREEK ROAD 

RALEIGH 27615 
BUCK, THERESA ANN 

671 CROSTON DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
BUCKALEW, VARDAMAN M. JR. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BUCKLEY, EDWARD GEORGE 

BOX 3802. DUKE EYE CENTER 

DURHAM 27705 

BUCKWALTER, JOHN D. 

RT. #7, BOX 60 

DURHAM 27707 
BUFF, SAMUEL JOSEPH 

P. O. BOX 2065 

NEW BERN 28560 
BUFFONG, ERIC ARNOLD 

1703 COUNTRY CLUB RD, STE 203 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 
BUGG, CHARLES PAULETT 

5807 SENTINEL DR. 

RALEIGH 27609 
BUGG, EVERETT IRVING, JR. 

RT. #2. BOX 143 

PITTSBORO 27312 
BUIE, STEPHEN E. 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL 

PO BOX 1101 

ASHEVILLE 28802 
BUKHARI, MUSHTAQ AHMAD 

560 MALCOLM BLVD. 

WESTERN PIEDMONT CLI. 

VALDESE 28671 
BULLA, JEFFERSON DAVIS, II 

780 WOODY DRIVE 

GRAHAM 27253 
BULLARD, ANDREW GRAY 

1135 CARTHAGE ST. STE. 107 

SANFORD 27330 
BULLARD, DENNIS EUGENE 

3009 NEW BERN AVE. 

PO BOX 14027 

RALEIGH 27620 



704 258-0969 
FAX 704 258-8403 
FP 064 
AC 
919 977-6701 
PD 060 
A * AC 

704 523-7232 
GE /IM 041 
A AC 

919 378-0713 
FAX 919 273-9060 
074 
S 

AN /PD 060 

AC 

704 338-2372 

CD /IM 032 

AC 

919 471-8441 

032 

S 

919 383-8367 

GP /P 092 

AC 

919 872-5411 

034 

A S 

919 760-9636 

NEP /IM 034 

AC 

919 748-2062 

OPH /PD 032 

A AC 

919 684-6084 

FAX 919 684-8983 

AN 032 

AC 

91 9 470-4000 

DR 025 

AC 

919 633-5057 

OBG /END 067 



AC 

919 346-2182 

PD 092 

AC 

919 779-0777 

ORS 032 

A L 

919 286-1249 

P/IM 011 

A AC 

704 254-3201 
GE/IM 012 

AC 



BULLARD, GRAHAM WESLEY 

PO BOX 36351 

CHARLOTTE 28236 
BULLARD, HOKE VOGLER, JR. 

WILSON CLINIC 

WILSON 27893 
BULLARD, TERESA 

EVANS MHP, BOX #7 

WINTERVILLE 28590 



704 879-8335 

FP 001 

AC 

919 228-1354 

IM /PUD 053 

A * R 

919 684-8111 

NS 092 

A AC 

919 231-3320 

FAX 919 832-1647 

AN 060 

A P AC 

704 375-6792 

IM 098 

A AC 

919 399-2408 

074 

S 

919 355-0220 



BULLEN, DORIS CM. P 

PO BOX 56 A 

DARTMOUTH CLINIC, PA 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 692 

BULLINGTON, WALTER GRAHAM OPH /AM 

4335 COLWICK RD. A P * 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 364- 

FAX 704 364 
BULLOCK, THURMAN MONROE, JR. FP /A 

PO BOX 465 

CHADBOURN 28431 919 654- 

BULLOCK, WILLIAM ROBERT IM OM 

217 TRAVIS AVENUE 

CHARLOTTE 28204 



BUMGARNER, JOHN HENRY 

420 PRINCETON DR. 

SALISBURY 28144 
BUMGARNER, JOHN REED 

221 MISTLETOE DR. 

GREENSBORO 27403 
BUNCE, PAUL LESLIE 

970 FAIRFIELD DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
BUNCH, MARY ELIZABETH 

P. O. BOX 956 

BLACK MOUNTAIN 28711 
BUNDY, ROBERT FRANCIS, JR. 

3215 SUMMER PL, APT. #17 

GREENVILLE 27834 
BUNDY, WILLIAM LUMSDEN 

PO BOX 786 

N. WILKESBORO 28659 
BUNEMANN, LEE M. 

1590-H WOODS RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
BUNN, DAVID GLENN 

EAST MAIN STREET 

WHITEVILLE 28472 
BUNN, DAVID GLENN, JR. 

2215 CANTERWOOD DR. 

WILMINGTON 28401 
BURAPAVONG, THAVIJ DAVID 

416 GATEWOOD AVENUE 

HIGH POINT 27260 



BURCH, LARRY THOMAS 

GLASSY MOUNTAIN DR. 

PO BOX 160 

FLAT ROCK 28731 
BURCH, WILLIAM HOBART 

BOX 285, HARRIS RD AND 74 

LAKE LURE 28746 
BURCHETTE, BRUCE WILSON 

1411 CARDINAL PL. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
BURCHFIELD, WILLIAM JOHN 

500 LAKE CONCORD RD., NE 

CONCORD 28025 
BURDETTE, FRED MCPHERSON, JR 

1232-A COLUMBUS CIR. 

WILMINGTON 28403 
BURDICK, RICHARD LAWRENCE 

1704 S. TARBORO ST. 

WILSON 27893 
BURGESS, GLENN NORMAN 

2422-B REYNOLDA RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
BURGESS, WILLIAM PATRICK 

928 BAXTER STREET 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
BURHANS, ROLLIN SCOFIELD, JR. 

PO BOX 1 5249 

3901 ROXBORO RD 

DURHAM 27704 
BURKART, JOHN 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
BURKART, THOMAS ELMA 

6 DOCTORS PARK 

GREENVILLE 27834 



704 372- 
FAX 704 373- 
AN 
A P 
704 638- 
CD/CD 
A 

919 373- 
U 

919 933- 
IM /PUD 

A 
704 669- 

A 
919 355- 
IM/GP 
A 

919 838 
PD 
A 
919 722 
GP 

919 642 
OBG 

919 763 
PS /GS^ 

919 882 
FAX 919 884 
P 
A 



704 692 
FP 

A 

704 625 



919 758' 

OPH 
A 

704 782 
GP 
A 

919 762 
IM 
A 

919 399 
P 

919 722 
NEP /IM 
A 

704 374 
GS 



919 479- 
IM /NEP 



BURKE, ANNETTE BLACKMON 

4117 VANN DRIVE 
LUMBERTON 28358 



919 748 
NEP 
A 

919 752 
FAX 919 752 
PD 

919 739 



063/ 

AC 

6471 

060 

AC 
7400 
9830 

024 

RT 
5369 

060 

AC 
3350 
0943 

080 

AC 
1000 

041 
L/RT 
1123 

032 
L/RT 
8766 

011 
L/RT 
8117 

074 

S 

8733 

097 
L/RT 
•2550 

034 

R 

•2953 

024 

AC 
■2016 

065 

AC 
■1031 

040 I 

AC 
•2531 
•8254 

045 

AC 

■4900 

045 

AC 

■9121 

041 

R 

6981 

0131 

AC 

1127 

065 

L/RT" 

9463 I 

098 

AC 

2408 

034 

AC 

-5022 

060 

AC 

-1321 

032 

AC 

4100 

034 

AC 
3963 

074 

AC 
8880 
4893 

078 

AC 
0243 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



43 



BURKE, ANTHONY LEE 

709 BARKER ST. 
SALISBURY 28144 
BURKE, DAVID JOSEPH 

528 LAKE CONCORD ROAD, 
POBOX 1606 
CONCORD 28025 



GS 080 

A AC 

704 633-3441 

ORS 013 

E. AC 

704 788-31 55 
FAX 704 788-3487 
ORS 086 
AC 



BURKE, JAMES GILLUM 

414 W. LEBANON STREET 

P.O. BOX 1544 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 
BURKE, JAMES OTIS, JR. 

8 MEDICAL PARK DRIVE 

LEXINGTON 27292 
BURKE, JOSEPH ANTHONY 

4117 VANN DRIVE 

LUMBERTON 28358 
BURKE, MARGARET OBER 

POBOX 15025 

ASHEVILLE 28813 
BURKE, PATRICK 

5950 FAIRVIEW RD. STE. 100 

3 FAIRVIEW PLAZA 

CHARLOTTE 28210 
BURKE, WILLIAM ALLEN 

502 WINSTEAD RD. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
BURKHARDT, NATHAN LESLIE, JR 

129 MCDOWELL ST. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
BURKHART, CECIL ROBERT 

1006 OAKCREST DRIVE 

REIDSVILLE 27320 
BURKHART, CHARLES ANDREW 

345 WESTVIEW DRIVE, S.W. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
BURKHART, VERNON ANDERSON 

2700 W. MARKET ST. 

GREENSBORO 27403 
BURLESON, WILLIAM ROWELL 

101 WEST 27TH STREET 

LUMBERTON 28358 
BURNETT, BRENT ALAN 

PO BOX 220 

SUMMERFIELD 27358 
BURNETT, JOHN WESLEY, JR. 

810 KENNEDY AVE. 

NEW BERN 28560 
BURNETTE, HOWARD OLSEN 

108 N. COBLE STREET 

RANDLEMAN 27317 
BURNETTE, J. P. 

ENGLEWOOD DR., KENLY CLI. 

KENLY 27542 
BURNEY, DONALD PATRICK 

1317 N. ELM ST., STE. 1 

GREENSBORO 27401 
BURNEY, FREDRIC ARLEN 

402 MORVEN ROAD 

WADESBORO 28170 
BURNHAM, STEVEN JAMES 

UNO DEPT. OF VS 

229-H CLINICAL SCIENCE BLDG. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
BURNS, MARGARET VIRGINIA 

POB 8724 

ASHEVILLE 28814 
BURNS, STANLEY SHERMAN, JR. 

1600 E. THIRD STREET 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
BURNS, WALTER WOODROW, JR. 

PO BOX 15249 

3901 ROXBORO RD. 

DURHAM 27704 919 967-8258 

BURQUEST, BRET P 060 

6404 CARMEL RD., STE. 202 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 541-0800 

BURROUGHS, FRANKLIN DANFORD FP 092 

4812 SLEEPY HOLLOW DR. AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 870-9889 

BURROUGHS, FREDERICK DOUGLAS PD 092 

100 SUNNYBROOK ROAD, STE. 202 AC 

RALEIGH 27610 919 821-3180 

BURROUGHS, PAUL LEACH, JR. ORS 092 

3410 EXECUTIVE DRIVE A P AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-5296 



919 789-9041 

PD 029 

AC 

704 249-491 1 

R 078 

AC 

919 276-2121 

PM 011 

A AC 

704 274-2400 

PD 060 

AC 

704 551-4200 

D 074 

AC 

919 551-2555 

ORS 011 

AC 

704 258-8800 

PTH /CLP 079 

AC 

919 349-8461 

GP 034 

A AC 

919 761-1541 

OM /IM 041 

AC 

919 379-6961 

U 078 

AC 

919 738-7166 

FP 041 

AC 

919 643-7711 

FP 025 

A AC 

919 633-1678 

GP 076 

L/RT 

919 498-2500 

IM 098 

A AC 

919 284-5151 

CDS /TS 041 

A AC 

919 373-8245 

FP 004 

AC 

704 694-2129 

GS 032 

A AC 

919 966-3391 

P 011 

A L 

704 253-3398 

OTO 060 

AC 

704 358-4111 

GS 032 

A AC 



BURROUGHS, RUTH REUBEN PH /PD 092 

6413 MARGATE COURT A L/RT 

RALEIGH 27612 919 781-5015 

BURRUS, JAMES HENRY GYN 023 

P.O. BOX 1256 AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-2486 

BURT, TERRENCE WILLIAM EM 011 

405 WINDSWEPT DR. #703 P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-3786 

BURTON, ASHBY J., Ill FP 042 

POBOX 710 A AC 

RICH SQUARE 27869 919 539-2082 

BURTON, CLAUDE SHREVE.III D /IM 032 

BOX3511.DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-5037 

BURTON, EARL EDWARD, JR. D /IM 092 

3900 BROWNING PLACE A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-2735 

BURTON, HARRY G., Ill CDS /TS 011 

257 MCDOWELL ST. A P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 258-1121 

BURTON, JOHN H. 032 

ONE MAPLE DR. A S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 967-9372 

BURTON, MARK WESLEY IM 059 

500 MEDICAL COURT WEST C 

MARION 28752 704 652-7776 

BURTON, PHILIP DOUGLAS FP 092 

802 S. MAIN ST. AC 

WAKE FOREST 27587 919 556-7111 

BURWELL, WALTER BRODIE IM 091 

317 ORANGE STREET L 

HENDERSON 27536 919 438-5619 

BUSBY, JULIAN GOODE, JR. OBG 040 

307 N. LINDSAY ST. A AC 

HIGH POINT 27260 919 885-0149 

BUSBY, MERLE RUDY GS 080 

901 W. HENDERSON STREET A AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-1581 

BUSBY, WILLIAM JARVIS ORS 029 

105 PINEYWOOD ROAD AC 

THOMASVILLE 27360 919 475-8141 

BUSCH, JAMES R. PD 098 

1700 S. TARBOROST. A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-4370 

BUSH, JEFFREY SULLIVAN 074 

800 HEATH ST. #19 A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 757-0729 

BUSH, RONALD EARL IM 011 

2561 HENDERSONVILLE RD. AC 

ARDEN 28704 704 684-001 1 

BUSH, RUTH LEE 032 

213 PUREFOY RD #B S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 929-1382 

BUSHER, JANICE THERESE IM 074 

133 ANTLER RD. AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 551-4633 

BUSS, DAVID HUMPHREY PTH /HEM 034 

237 GRANDVIEW DRIVE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 748-2641 

BUSSE, EWALD WILLIAM P GER 032 

BOX 2948, DUMC L 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3416 

FAX 919 684-8666 

BUSTARD, VICTOR WILLIAM OBG /GYN 025 

800 HOSPITAL DR., STE. #2 A AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-3339 

BUTER, THOMAS HENRY ORS 060 

120 PROVIDENCE ROAD A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-0351 

FAX 704 373-0746 

BUTLER, CAREY JONES OTO /OT 026 

516 OWEN DRIVE A P * AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 485-6101 

BUTLER, DOROTHY WOLF OBG 074 

ECU, DEPT. OF OB/GYN A R 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4669 

BUTLER, FREDERICK CLARENCE, JR OPH 065 

1915 GLEN MEADE ROAD A AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 763-3601 

BUTLER, JAMES HILTON R 034 

3155 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-2702 

BUTLER, LARRY STEPHEN OBG 053 

1832 DOCTOR'S DR P AC 

SANFORD 27330 919 774-8761 



BUTLER, PETER CAWOOD 

ECU, BRODY 2 N-72 

GREENVILLE 27858 
BUTLER, RADFORD NORMAN 

1881 WILLIAMS RD. 

LEWISVILLE 27023 
BUTLER, ROBERT HOYT 

550 WHITE OAK STREET 

ASHEBORO 27203 
BUTLER, THOMAS WAYNE 

DEPT.OF MED/HEM-ONCOLOGY 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
BUTTERFIELD, MARIAN ISBEY 

2025 WOODROW ST. 

DURHAM 27705 
BUTTERLY, DAVID WM. 

705 CROSSTIMBERS DR. 

DURHAM 27713 
BUTTERWORTH, JOHN F„ IV 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



074 

C 

919 551-2767 

IM 034 

L/RT 

919 945-5563 

GE 076 

AC 

919 625-3218 

IM /HEM 074 

A AC 



BUTTS, JOHN DAVIS, JR. 



919 551-2560 
032 
S 
919 286-7099 
032 
R 
919 684-8111 
AN 034 
A AC 

919 748-3613 
FAX 919 748-4204 
FOP 032 



OFF.OF CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER 



AC 



CHAPEL HILL 27599 
BYERLY, JAMES HAMPTON 

P. O. BOX 340 

SANFORD 27330 
BYERLY, WESLEY GRIMES, JR. 

24 SECOND AVENUE, N.E. 

HICKORY 28601 
BYLCIW, STANLEY ROBERT 

PO BOX 1538 

SMITHFIELD 27577 
BYNUM, DONALD K., JR. 

245 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG 

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
BYNUM, ROBERT WILLIAM, IV 

100 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
BYRD, KERRY WENDELL 

PO BOX 236 

FPO SEATTLE, WA 98764 
BYRD, VERNON DALE 

1249 SPRING CREEK DR 

NASHVILLE TN 37209 
BYRD, VICKI MARIE 

RT. #1, BOX268-C 

DEEP RUN 28525 
BYRD, WILLIAM EUGENE 

1724 E. 10TH ST. 

PO BOX 1093 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 
BYRNE, JOHN JACOB 

PO BOX 32861 

CHARLOTTE 28232 
BYRNES, THOMAS HENDERSON.JR. IM /CD 

309 PINEYWOOD ROAD 

THOMASVILLE 27360 
BYRNETT, JEFFREY WILLIAM 

1624 MEMORIAL DR. 

BURLINGTON 27215 
BYRON, ROBERT SILL 

675 BILTMORE AVENUE 

ASHEVILLE 28803 
BYRUM, CLIFFORD CONWELL 

1221 DIXIE TRAIL 

RALEIGH 27607 
BYRUM, GRAHAM VANCE 

P. O. BOX 540 

SCOTLAND NECK 27874 
BYRUM, GRAHAM VANCE, JR. 

6 DOCTORS PARK 

GREENVILLE 27834 



919 966-2253 

GP 053 

A L 

919 775-5932 

GS 018 

* AC 

704 328-4999 

ORS 051 

A P AC 

919 934-1094 

ORS /HS 032 

229-H A AC 

919 966-2030 

NEP /IM 064 

A AC 

919 443-9084 

034 



074 

A S 

074 

A S 

919 523-5865 

RHU /IM 042 

AC 



CABERWAL, DALJIT SINGH 

P. O. BOX 1509 
ASHEBORO 27203 

CABINUM, DOMINGO E., JR. 
PO BOX 457 
AHOSKIE 27910 

CABLE, THOMAS ALLEN 
206 FISHER PARK CIRCLE 
GREENSBORO 27401 



919 535-1082 

AN 060 

A P AC 

704 355-2372 

029 

A * AC 

919 475-8121 

GS /VS 001 

A * AC 

919 229-6428 

P 011 

A P AC 

704 254-5369 

GYN 092 

A L 

919 782-0124 

FP 042 

A AC 

919 826-3143 

IM /NEP 074 

A AC 

919 752-8880 

FAX 919 752-4893 

U 076 

AC 

919 625-3997 

ORS 008 

AC 

919 332-8344 

FP 041 

A AC 

919 379-4132 



44 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



CABRAL, DEBORAH BARBARA FP 029 

208-B W. CENTER ST. A AC 

LEXINGTON 27292 704 249-2921 

CABUGWASON, LUCILA NOVAL GP 084 

28 N. MAIN ST. AC 
PO BOX 726 

NORWOOD 28128 704 474-3171 

CACERES, MARCO ANTONIO GS /TS 042 

PO BOX 458 A AC 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 537-6525 

CADDELL, TILLIE HORKEY GP 063 

P.O. BOX 519 A L 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-5511 

CAHILL, WILLIAM THOMAS N 060 

MECKLENBURG NEURO. ASSOC A AC 
1900 RANDOLPH RD.. STE. 1010 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 334-7311 

CAHN, JACK RICHARD FP 003 

616 DOCTOR'S ST. AC 

SPARTA 28675 919 372-5606 

CAIN, FRANK CORAL, JR. GP 036 

224 NEW HOPE ROAD AC 

GASTON I A 28052 704 865-8241 

CALDEMEYER, JOHN EVERETT DR 045 

807 JUSTICE ST. AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 693-1441 

CALDWELL, BRUCE FRANCIS EM /GS 082 

P.O. BOX 1006 A AC 

CLINTON 28328 919 592-8511 

CALDWELL, DAVID STEWART RHU /IM 032 

BOX 2978, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-8844 

CALDWELL, JESSE BURGOYNE, JR. GYN 036 

1307 PARK LANE A L/RT 

GASTONIA 28052 704 865-0968 

CALDWELL, LAWRENCE M. II GE /IM 018 

P. O. BOX 849 A AC 

NEWTON 28658 704 464-4550 

CALHOUN, AUBREY DANIEL IM 049 

403 E. STATESVILLE AVE. AC 

MOORESVILLE 28115 704 663-4443 

CALIFF, JAMES C. ORS 001 

316 N. GRAHAM-HOPEDALE RD. A AC 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-3621 

CALL, DAVID LEE DR 079 

MOREHEAD MEM. HOSP.-RAD AC 

EDEN 27288 919 623-9711 

CALL, KENNETH D. 074 

110 FOX RUN CIR. A S 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 752-1732 

CALLAGHAN, WILLIAM M. OBG 011 

143 ASHELAND AVE. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-9191 

CALLAHAN, JOSEPH BRODHEAD OBG 091 

MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING A AC 

HENDERSON 27536 919 492-8576 

CALLAWAY, CLIFFORD KAY EM 060 

PO BOX 667967 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28266 704 588-3418 

CALLAWAY, JASPER LAMAR D 032 

26 STONERIDGE CIR. A L/RT 

DURHAM 27705 919 684-3432 

CALLAWAY, SAMUEL CLAYTON, JR. OTO 065 

2311 DELANEY ROAD AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 762-8754 

CALLISON, WILLIAM JOSEPH ORS 011 

STE. 101, 445 BILTMORE CENTER A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-7271 

CAMBLOS, JOSHUA FRY BULLITT GS /GYN 011 

17 FOREST ROAD A L7RT 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 274-2794 

CAMERON, HAROLD H. OPH 025 

802 MCCARTHY BLVD. A AC 

NEW BERN 28562 919 633-4183 

CAMNITZ, PAUL SAMUEL OTO 074 

BOX 5007 A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-5227 

CAMP, EDWARD HAYS GS 044 

112 BALSAM DRIVE A L/RT 

WAYNESVILLE 28786 704 456-9858 

CAMP, JOHN FREDERICK AN 060 

6901 N. BALTUSROL LANE A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 375-6792 

CAMP, THOMAS FRANCIS, JR. IM /CD 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE, STE. 205 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 782-0414 



CAMPANO, MANUEL OSWALDO 
P. O. BOX X-3 

GREENSBORO 27402 
CAMPBELL, ALLEN BARRY 

93 VICTORIA ROAD 
ASHEVILLE 28801 



CAMPBELL, CHARLES BRUCE, III 

2827 LYNDHURST AVE., STE. 204 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
CAMPBELL, CHERRI D. HOBGOOD 

201-ACEDARWOOD LN 

CARRBORO 27510 
CAMPBELL, DIANE JANE 

2315 EXECUTIVE PARK CIR. 

PO BOX 8307 

GREENVILLE 27835 



PTH 041 

A AC 

919 854-6462 
OBG 011 
A * AC 

704 253-4821 
FAX 704 255-0376 
OPH 034 
AC 
919 768-0725 
032 
R 
919 967-7336 
OBG 074 
A P AC 



CAMPBELL, DONALD BARNES 

3100 BLUE RIDGE RD. 

RALEIGH 27612 
CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH E. 

143 LOBLOLLY LANE 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 
CAMPBELL, FRANCIS MICHAEL 

642 CARPENTER AVE. 

MOORESVILLE 28115 
CAMPBELL, FRANK HIGHSMITH 

P. O BOX 53651 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 
CAMPBELL, JAMES ARCHIBALD 

2015 RANDOLPH RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
CAMPBELL, ROBERT RICHARD 

2700 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE 

GOLDSBORO 27530 

CAMPBELL, WALKER HAWES 

102 HANDLEY PARK CT. 

GOLDSBORO 27534 
CAMPORESI, ENRICO MARIO 

750 E. ADAMS ST. 

DEPT. OF ANES. 

SYRACUSE, NY 13270 
CANADAY, MAURICE LEWIS 

110 DOCTOR'S PARK 

LINCOLNTON 28092 
CANDELA, STEPHEN JOSEPH 

PO BOX 260 

SUPPLY 28462 
CANIPE, TOMMIE LEE 

P. O. BOX 5229 

HIGH POINT 27262 
CANNON, EUGENE BOLIVIA 

366 LEXINGTON ROAD 

ASHEBORO 27203 
CANNON, MICHAEL L. 

330 LINDSAY DR., APT. #1 

GREENVILLE 27834 
CANNON, WOODWARD 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD. STE 

RALEIGH 27607 
CANTLEY, LARRY KEITH 

2933 MAPLEWOOD AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
CANUPP, TONY WAYNE 

5722 MAYLANDIA RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28269 
CANZANELLO, VINCENT J. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
CAPIZZI, ROBERT LAWRENCE 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

CAPOROSSI, PAUL VINCENT 

RT. #2, BOX 195 
CONOVER 28613 
CAPPIELLO, DAVID LAWRENCE 

129 MCDOWELL STREET 
ASHEVILLE 28801 

CAPPS, RHONDA MARIE 

201 COUNTRY RD. 
GRIMESLAND 27837 



919 830-1035 
FAX 919 830-0827 
IM 092 
AC 
919 781-7500 
HEM /IM 032 
A C 

919 966-4431 
GS 049 
AC 
704 663-7905 
GS /TS 026 
A AC 

919 485-6161 
OBG 060 
AC 
704 376-3536 
R 096 
A AC 

919 734-1866 
FAX 919 736-1804 
OBG 096 
A AC 

919 734-3344 
AN 032 
AC 



305 



FP /CD 055 

AC 

704 735-7413 

ORS 010 

AC 

919 754-4355 

GS /TS 040 

AC 

919 887-3164 

PD 076 

A b'RT 

919 625-2460 

074 

A S 

919 355-5492 

GS 092 

AC 

919 781-7416 

END 034 

* AC 

919 765-1640 

EM /IM 049 

A AC 

704 548-0611 

NEP 034 

AC 

919 748-6191 

ON /HEM 034 

A AC 

919 748-4464 

FAX 919 748-4204 

OBG 018 

AC 

704 322-4920 

ORS 011 

AC 

704 258-8800 

FAX 704 258-0416 

EM 074 

A R 

919 551-4184 



CARANDANG, NAPOLEON VELUZ 

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 

P. O. BOX 25000 

GREENSBORO 27420 
CARDWELL, JEFFREY GLENN 

1018 ROANOKE AVE. 

CHARLOTTE 28205 
CARDWELL, WILLARD 

2312 LAFAYETTE 

GREENSBORO 27408 
CARLISLE, RICHARD WRIGHT 

1601-BOWEN DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
CARLOS, RITA QUIAMBAO 

1200 N. ELM ST. 

GREENSBORO 27401 
CARLSON, ERIC BARNETT 

EASTERN CARDIOLOGY, P.A 

SUITE 10, MED. PAVILION 

GREENVILLE 27834 



CARLSON, KENNETH PAUL 

2932 LYNDHURST AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
CARLSON, PHILIP RANDALL 

WILKES GENERAL HOSPITAL 

DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY 

N. WILKESBORO 28697 
CARLSTEIN, MARJORIE L. 

413 YATES CT. #B 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 
CARLTON, JANIS H. 

PO BOX 5782 

WINSTON-SALEM 27113 
CARLTON, RICHARD ALAN 

420 N. CENTER ST. 

HICKORY 28601 
CARLTON, THOMAS KERN, JR. 

720 GROVE STREET 

SALISBURY 28144 
CARLTON, WILLIAM YARBOROUGH 

1115 ENGLEWOOD DR 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 



CARMACK, KEITH K.K. 

4716 N. CROATAN HIGHWAY 

KITTY HAWK MED. CTR. 

KITTY HAWK 27949 
CARMICHAEL, DENNIS D. 

1917 PARK DR. 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
CARNEY, RODERIC GRIFFIN 

407 BEAMAN STREET 

CLINTON 28328 
CARO, JOSE FRANCISCO 

DEPT OF ENDOCRINOLOGY 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
CARPENTER, FREDERICK J., JR 

BOX 15609 

DURHAM 27704 
CARPENTER, SALLY L. 

605 BERKSHIRE RD. 

SMITHFIELD 27577 
CARPENTER.KENNETH C. 

P. O. BOX 699 

LENOIR 28645 
CARR, DAVID RUDDLE 

5407 S.W.80TH TERRACE 

GAINESVILLE, FL 32608 
CARR, HENRY JAMES, JR. 

PO BOX 857 

CLINTON 28328 
CARR, JENIFER 

RR #2, BOX 213 

BLACKSTONE, VA 23824 
CARR, JOHN FERGUSON, II 

1200 BROAD ST. 

DURHAM 27705 
CARR, KENT EMERSON 

1051 COUNTRY CLUB DR. 

PO BOX 7828 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
CARR, MARJORIE BARNWELL 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD., STE. 501 

RALEIGH 27607 



Z IM /OM 


041 


A 


AC 


919 279-3627 


FP 


060 




R 


704 355-3172 


IM/CD 


041 


A 


L/RT 


919 288-4740 




026 


A 


R 


PD 


041 


A 


AC 


919 379-3963 


CD/IM 


074 


A 


AC 


919 757-1000 


FAX 919 757-3045 


U 


034 




AC 


919 765-4021 


R/IM 


097 




AC 



919 651 



A 
919 725 



CDS 

A 

704 323- 
PD 


704 636- 
GH P 

A 

919 722- 
FAX 919 768- 
FP 


919 261 
CHP/P 


704 372 
IM 


919 592 
END /IM 

A 


919 551 
AN 


919 470 
PD 


919 934 
GP 


704 754 


904 392 
IM /PUD 

A P * 
919 592 


804 346 
D 
A 

919 286 
IM 
A 


919 937 
PD 
501 A 

919 781 



8400 

034 

S 

8909 

034 

S 

018 

AC 

1100 

080 

AC 

■5576 

034 

AC 

9939 

•6328 

070 

AC 

■3848 
060 
AC 

■5238 

082 

C 

■1776 
074 
AC 

•2571 
032 

AC 

•6186 

051 

AC 

■0564 

014 

AC 

■7861 

R 

■3711 
082 
AC 

■2964 

034 

R 

■9791 
032 
AC 

•7903 
064 
AC 

■4084 
092 
AC 

■7490 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



CARR, RAYMOND EDWARD GS TS 040 

624 QUAKER LN.. STE. C-1 01 A AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 883-1348 

CARR, THOMAS ANTHONY GE IM 060 

217 TRAVIS AVE. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3350 

CARR, WILLIAM C. PD 082 

115 VISTA DR. AC 
CLINTON 28328 919 592-6011 

CARRASCO, LEONOR C. A 054 

PO BOX 1073 AC 
1306 N. HERRITAGE 

KINSTON 28503 919 523-5461 

CARROLL, BARBARA ANNE R 032 

4718 HARMONY CHURCH RD. A AC 

EFLAND 27243 919 684-2711 

CARROLL, CHARLES FISHER, JR. ATP 013 

CABARRUS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 788-5987 

CARROLL, FRANCIS MURRAY FP /A 024 

104 SEVENTH AVENUE AC 

CHADBOURN 28431 919 654-3143 

CARROLL, WILLIAM WARREN OPH 064 

116 N. CIRCLE DRIVE A AC 
ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-4145 

CARSON, CULLEY CLYDE, III U 032 

BOX 3274, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2127 

FAX 919 684-4611 

CARSON, JACK OLIVER FP 074 

P. O. BOX 549 AC 

GRIFTON 28530 919 524-4463 

CARSWELL, JANE TRIPLETT FP 014 

P. O. BOX 960 AC 

LENOIR 28645 704 754-0541 

CARTER, CHRISTINE GAIL 074 

RT. #14, BOX 139-C A * S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-4471 

CARTER, COLEMAN DELYNNE IM 060 

217 TRAVIS AVENUE AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3350 

CARTER, FRANK MOULTON CRS /GS 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A AC 
DEPT. OF SURGERY 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4171 

CARTER, JAMES HARVEY P 032 

MENTAL HYGIENE CLINIC A 
WOMACK MEDDAC 

FT. BRAGG 28307 919 684-6102 

CARTER, JAMES WALTER TS /GS 074 

905 JOHNS HOPKINS DR. A P * AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-1747 

FAX 919 758-6809 

CARTER, JEAN W. OBG 092 

4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL.STE. 302 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 571-1040 

CARTER, JOHN JEFFERSON, JR. P /CHP 081 

CITY RT. #3, 311 FAIRGROUND RD AC 

SPINDALE 28160 704 287-6110 

CARTER, LAWRENCE S., JR. 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD..BOX 2602 A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 727-1422 

CARTER, MARGARET FRONEBERGER AN 034 

FORSYTH MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AC 
3333 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760-5180 

CARTER, NEEDHAM BATTLE IM /CD 064 

3811 WOODLAWN RD. A L/RT 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 977-6746 

CARTER, NUMA RICHARDSON, JR. FP 023 

512 DIXON BOULEVARD A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-7540 

CARTER, PHILIPS JOHN ORS 041 

PO BOX 14580 A AC 
315 W. WENDOVER AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27415 919 275-0724 

CARTER, RALPH EDWARD, III ORS 083 

1604 MEDICAL DR. AC 

LAURINBURG 28352 919 276-4611 

FAX 919 277-4244 

CARTER, ROBERT WILSON IM /CD 001 

KERNODLE CLINIC A * AC 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-3621 

CARTER, STEVEN RAYMOND AN 063 

PO BOX 2060 A AC 

SOUTHERN PINES 28388 919 295-6720 



CARTER, TIMOTHY ROBERT 

4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL 

REX HOSPITAL 

RALEIGH 27607 
CARTY, BRIAN CLIFFORD 

703 SNOWBERRY CT., #l 

BALTIMORE, MD 21221 
CASCIO, WAYNE E. 



PTH 092 

A C 

919 783-3040 

034 

S 

919 765-7147 

CD /IM 032 

AC 



CB 7075, BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 

CASE, MICHAEL STEPHEN FP 036 

212 GLENWAY BLVD. A P C 

BELMONT 27810 919 825-5333 

CASERIO, JAMES JOSEPH IM 045 

547 N. JUSTICE ST. A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 692-5096 

CASEY, DENNIS NELSON DR 054 

KINSTON CLINIC, NORTH A AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 527-7077 

CASH, DAVID WAYNE FP 049 

310 DAVIE AVE. A AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-3269 

CASH, JAMES BUTLER PTH 098 

PO BOX 3898 A AC 

WILSON 27895 919 399-8156 

CASH, TED FREEMON EM 023 

RT. #1, BOX 141 AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-3131 

CASHMAN, JOHN U 065 

1905 GLEN MEADE ROAD A P AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 763-6251 

FAX 919 763-7408 

CASHWELL, LEON FRANKLIN, JR. OPH 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4091 

CASTELLOE, THOMAS EDISON ORS 092 

P.O. BOX 10707 A AC 

RALEIGH 27605 919 781-5600 

CASWELL, CHRISTOPHER C. AN 008 

PO BOX 1121 AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-8121 

CATALANO, PHILIP M. D 057 

1416 59TH ST. WEST A AC 

BRADENTON, FL 34209 813 792-2934 

CATES, NADY MILTON, III FP 026 

1806 LAKESHORE DR. A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 484-0954 

CATES, ROBERT CHARLES 041 

403 11THAVE. R 

MONROE, Wl 53566 608 897-2191 

CATHCART, CORNELIUS FITZHAROLD PD 091 

1924 RUIN CREEK RD., STE. 101 A 

HENDERSON 27536 919 492-9565 

CATO, ALLEN EASLEY, JR. PD /PUD 032 

4364 S. ALSTON AVE. #201 AC 

DURHAM 27713 919 361-2286 

FAX 919 361-2290 

CATROU, PAUL GREGOIRE CLP 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A AC 
DEPT. CLI. PTH, BRODY 1S08 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4928 

CATTIE, JOHN VINCENT GS /CDS 060 

106 E. PHIFER STREET A AC 

MONROE 28110 704 289-8528 

CATZ, NITZAN DANIEL OTO 051 

607 BERKSHIRE RD A AC 

SMITHFIELD 27577 919 934-0948 

CAUDLE, JOHN ALLEN P 060 

1900 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 918 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 333-7722 

CAUDLE, ROBERT J. ORS 092 

PO BOX 10707 A AC 

RALEIGH 27605 919 781-5600 

CAUGHEY, DALE WELLS, JR. IM 065 

5305-A WRIGHTSVILLE AVENUE AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 799-4220 

CAUGHRAN, JOHN HAMILTON ORS 060 

120 PROVIDENCE ROAD A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-0351 

CAUSEY, ANDREW JACKSON OPH /OTO 049 

210 VALLEY STREAM ROAD L 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-8337 

CAVANAUGH, PATRICK JOSEPH TR 092 

NASH DAY HOSPITAL A AC 
CURTIS-ELLIS DR. 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 783-3018 



CAVINESS, VERNE STRUDWICK 

913 VANCE ST. 

RALEIGH 27608 
CECIL, STEPHEN GERARD 

607 WOODBERRY DR. 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
CEDARHOLM, JOHN CARL 

1960 RANDOLPH RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 



CEFALO, ROBERT CHARLES 

430 LAKESHORE LANE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
CEFALU, SALVADOR JOSEPH 

DOROTHEA DIX HOSPITAL 

RALEIGH 27611 
CEIPS, RICHARD NORMAN 

211 N. MARKET ST. 

WASHINGTON 27889 
CELESTINO, FRANK SAMUEL 

3400 YORK ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
CELLA, JOHN ROBERT 

POBOX 19509 

NORTH HILLS STATION 

RALEIGH 27619 
CERAME, MARIO A. 

719 HERMITAGE RD. 

BURLINGTON 27215 
CERWIN, ROBERT A. 

3821 MERTON DR. 

RALEIGH 27609 
CHALFANT, WILLIAM PAXSON 

56 LAKE CONCORD ROAD, N.E 

CONCORD 28025 
CHALLA, VENKATA RAMANA 

200 FLINTSHIRE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 



45 

CD /IM 092 

A L/RT 

919 832-4258 

AN 096 
A AC 

919 731-6089 

CD 060 
A AC 

704 373-1503 
FAX 704 373-1216 
OBG NPM 032 

* AC 
919 966-1601 
P GER 092 

AC 

919 733-5518 

OPH 007 

P * AC 

919 946-2171 

FP 034 

A AC 

919 748-2258 

R 092 

* AC 



919 833-1407 

GS /VS 001 

* AC 

919 226-5191 

NM 092 

A AC 

919 787-7411 

GS /CDS 013 

A AC 

704 786-1104 

PTH /NA 034 

A AC 

919 768-0591 



CHAMBERLAIN, JACK KENNETH HEM /ON 074 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2560 

CHAMBERLAIN, STEVEN A. OBG 023 

110 W. GROVER ST. A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-5258 

CHAMBERLIN, HARRIE ROGERS PD 032 

1001 ARROWHEAD RD. A L/RT 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-4951 

CHAMBERS, DAVID EARL 032 

3102 GREEN HILL DR. A R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 286-6951 

CHAMBERS, JEFFREY ROY P 032 

3308 CHAPEL HILL BLVD. R 
DUKE FOREST PL. STE. 131 

DURHAM 27707 919 490-9787 

CHAMBERS, ROBERT EDWARD PD 036 

1839 E. GARRISON BOULEVARD AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 864-2685 

CHAMBERS, ROBERT TILLMAN PD 034 

2786 ROBINHOOD RD. DE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 765-5242 

CHAMBLEE, DONALD VANCE FP 060 

211 S. SHARON AMITY ROAD A AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 366-7586 

CHAMBLEE, HUBERT ROYSTER, JR. OPH 092 

20 ENTERPRISE STREET AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 829-1948 

CHAMBLEE, JOHN SIGMA PH /GPM 064 

509 E. CHURCH STREET A URT 

NASHVILLE 27856 919 459-2223 

CHAMBLISS, JOHN RANDOLPH IM 064 

24 COUNTRY CLUB DR. A L/RT 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 443-9084 

CHANCE, JAMES KENNETH OPH 025 

802 MCCARTHY BLVD. A AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-4183 

CHANDLER, ARTHUR CECIL, JR. OPH 032 

POBOX 15249 A 
3901 ROXBORO RD. 

DURHAM 27704 919 479-4100 

CHANDLER, EDGAR TED IM 034 

741 HIGHLAND AVE. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 919 727-2097 

CHANDLER, GINA GAIL 034 

1620 W. FIRST ST., #27 A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 724-4649 



46 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



CHANDLER, JOE THURSTON 


NEP /IM 060 


CHEELY, GEORGE RAYBURN 


CD /IM 092 


928 BAXTER STREET 


AC 


3020 NEW BERN AVE., STE. 420 A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 374-1321 


RALEIGH 27610 


919 833-5111 




FAX 704 334-3061 


CHEESBOROUGH, JOHN DAVIDSON D 053 


CHANG, EDWARD J. 


034 


827 S. HORNER BOULEVARD 


AC 


BOX 198, 300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. S 


SANFORD 27330 


919 775-7926 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 724-3288 


CHEKAN, GEORGE, JR. 


AN 013 


CHANG, JOHN SHYUEYI 


OBG 055 


920 CHURCH ST., NORTH 


AC 


112 DOCTORS PARK 


A AC 


CONCORD 28025 


704 786-2111 


LINCOLNTON 28092 


704 732-3346 


CHEN, ANTHONY LUNG-TUNG 


FP 000 


CHANG, YONG DAE 


032 


33 N. SPRING AVE. #1 


R 


2729 N. TRYON ST. #E 


S 


LAGRANGE, IL 60525 


708 482-8231 


CHARLOTTE 28206 


919 968-6974 


CHEN, CHIH-CHENG FRANK 


N 065 


CHANGAPPA, BADUVANDA U. 


GS 024 


1608 WELLINGTON AVENUE 


A AC 


PO BOX 1307 


AC 


WILMINGTON 28401 


919 395-5521 


WHITEVILLE 28472 


919 642-4711 


CHEN, JOANNA C. 


034 


CHAPLIN, CHARLES HAL 


PS /GS 060 


1815 BRANTLEY ST. 


S 


2215 RANDOLPH ROAD 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 723-4054 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 372-6846 


CHEN, KEH-FANG 


OBG 023 


CHAPLIN, DON CLARENCE 


IM /CD 001 


604 W. KING ST. 


AC 


KERNODLE CLINIC, INC. 


A P * AC 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 28086 


704 739-8059 


BURLINGTON 27217 


919 227-3621 


CHEN, TONG YONG 


AN 060 


CHAPLINSKI, THOMAS JOSEPH 


ON /HEM 074 


200 HAWTHORNE LN 


A AC 


1705 W. 6TH ST. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 371-4049 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 752-6101 


CHEN, WILLIAM YOUNGSON 


P 001 


CHAPMAN, GEOFFREY SEWALL 


HEM 060 


1608 MEMORIAL DR. 


A AC 


1350 S. KINGS DR. 


AC 


GADDY BLDG. 




CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 372-8750 


CHENEY, PAUL R., JR. 


IM /IG 060 


CHAPMAN, GREGORY DOUGLAS IM /CD 032 


10620 PARK RD., STE. 234 


A AC 


2412 FARTHING ST. 


R 


CHARLOTTE 28210 


704 542-1952 


DURHAM 27704 


919 684-8111 




FAX 704 542-0720 


CHAPMAN, JESSE PUGH, JR. 


TS/GS 011 


CHERRY, JEAN MICHELE 


032 


276 KENILWORTH RD. 


L/RT 


805-A W. MAIN ST. 


S 


ASHEVILLE 28803 


704 252-7357 


CARRBORO 27510 


919 968-1822 


CHAPMAN, ROBERT AMASA 


FP 006 


CHERRY, WILLIAM RICHARD 


032 


P. O. BOX 728 


AC 


DUMC, DEPT. OF ANES. 


R 


BANNER ELK 28604 


704 898-4828 


DURHAM 27710 


919 848-6011 


CHAPMAN, SHELLEY J. 


032 


CHESCHEIR, NANCY C. 


OBG 032 


5401 SW 88TH CT. 


S 


UNC, 214 MACNIDER BLDG 


AC 


GAINESVILLE, FL 32608 




DIV. MATERNAL-FETEL MED. 




CHAPMAN, TODD MASTERS 


ORS 060 


CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-1601 


1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 


A AC 


CHESHIRE, WILLIAM P., JR. 


032 


CHARLOTTE 28203 


704 373-0544 


106-A WEATHERSTONE DR. 


A R 




FAX 704 347-5320 


CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 966-2526 


CHARI, RAVI S. 


032 


CHEWNING, SAMUEL JACKSON, 


JR. ORS 060 


BOX 31047, DUMC 


A R 


1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 


A AC 


DURHAM 27710 


919 684-8111 


CHARLOTTE 28203 


704 372-9820 


CHARLTON, JOHN DAVID 


A 041 


CHI, HONG YUP 


FP 018 


1301 W. WENDOVER AVENUE 


L 


105 N. MAIN AVENUE 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27408 


919 275-0441 


NEWTON 28658 


704 464-5424 


CHARLTON, OLIVER PATRICK 


DR 092 


CHIARAMONTI, ALEXANDER 


D 092 


4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL 
RALEIGH 27607 


AC 
919 755-3023 


101 CARY PKWY. SW, #210 
CARY DERMATOLOGY CTR. 


A * AC 


CHASE, ROBERT EUGENE 

1816 PEMBROKE RD., STE. #2 
GREENSBORO 27408 


AN 041 

AC 
919 272-3720 


CARY 2751 1 
CHIAVETTA, STEPHEN V. 

4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL 
RALEIGH 27607 


919 467-8556 
PTH /HEM 092 

A * AC 
919 783-3040 


CHASE, TIMOTHY LEE 


034 


CHIKES, PETER GEORGE 


OTO 013 


2126 QUEEN ST., APT. #3 


A S 


34 ARDSLEY AVE., NE 


A P AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 722-0064 


CONCORD 28025 


704 782-2166 


CHATHAM, SCOTT T. 


OBG 018 


CHILDERS, MELVIN DAVIS, JR 


OPH 060 


PO DRAWER 38 


A AC 


1928 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 109 


AC 


HICKORY 28603 


704 322-4140 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 372-3070 




FAX 704 322-3767 


CHILDERS, TERRY CELY 


PD 011 


CHAUDHRY, ABDUL GHAFOOR 


CDS /GS 092 


131 MCDOWELL ST, 


AC 


2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD. STE. 


306 A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 254-9811 


RALEIGH 27607 


919 782-7900 


CHILES, NOAH HAMPTON 


IM 040 


CHAUDHRY, HASHMAT ALI 


OPH 042 


PO BOX 22548 


L/RT 


608 JACKSON ST. 


A AC 


HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC 29925 919 882-3911 


ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 


919 537-0522 


CHIPLEY, PATRICK LINCOLN 


GP 011 


CHAUDHURI, DEBI PRASAD 


GS 026 


P. O. BOX 399 


AC 


1617 OWEN DRIVE 


AC 


ENKA 28728 


704 667-2531 


FAYETTEVILLE 28304 


919 323-0101 


CHIPMAN, MARTIN 


N 026 


CHEANEY, RUSSELL ALAN 


AN 023 


1262 OLIVER ST. 


AC 


300 GROVER ST. 


AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28304 


919 484-5151 


SHELBY 28150 


704 482-5716 


CHITWOOD, WALTER R., JR. 


CDS /TS 074 


CHEEK, GEO. W., JR. 


GS 001 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 


A AC 


317 ENGLEMAN 


A RT 


CARDIAC SURG., ROOM 235 




BURLINGTON 27215 


919 584-6551 


GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-4822 


CHEEK, HERMAN BARRETT 


CD 040 


CHIU, ARVA YAHUA 


034 


624 QUAKER LANE 


A AC 


1625 NORTHWEST BLVD. 


A S 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 885-6168 


WINSTON-SALEM 27104 


919 777-8680 




FAX 919 885-8523 


CHIULLI, RICHARD ALLEN 


GS 063 


CHEEK, JOHN MERRITT, JR. 


GS 032 


PO BOX 2000 


AC 


1414 KENT STREET 


A L/RT 


1 MEMORIAL DR. 




DURHAM 27707 


919 489-1241 


PINEHURST 28374 


919 295-0260 



CHOI-CHUNG, MOON SOOG PM 050 

131 ASHEVILLE HWY. * AC 

1 EASTGATE CTR. 

SYLVA 28779 704 586-7448 

CHOI. SAN HO GS 056 

8 RIVERVIEW ST., STE. 202 A * AC 

FRANKLIN 28734 704 524-7464 

CHOKSI, JANAK KANTILAL ON /IM 001 

405 RUDD ST. B AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 226-0276 

CHOONG, HAN PYO GS 002 

P. O. BOX 548 A AC 

503 THIRD STREET, SW 

TAYLORSVILLE 28681 704 632-7467 

CHRISTAKOS, ARTHUR CHRIS GYN 032 

BOX 2976, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-4647 

FAX 919 684-8666 

CHRISTENBURY, JONATHAN DAVID OPH/PS 060 

1900 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 706 A P * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 332-9365 

FAX 704 332-6372 

CHRISTENSEN, FRANK HOWARD OPH /PS 032 

109 CONNER DR., STE. 2207 A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 933-1294 

FAX 919 933-9153 

CHRISTENSEN, HARVEY EARL 

ROUTE #2, BOX 190 

CONOVER 28613 
CHRISTENSON, WAYNES NELS 

3536 TALWYN CT. 

CHARLOTTE 28269 
CHRISTIANSON, DANA J. 

LOOKING GLASS EYE CTR. 

BLDG. #2, MEDICAL PARK DR 

BREVARD 28712 
CHRISTIE, JOHN DOYLE 

DEPT.OF CLI.PTH/DIAGNOSTIC MED A 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
CHRYSLER, CHARLES OTIS 

3894 E. INDEPENDENCE BLVD 

CHARLOTTE 28205 
CHRYSTAL, GLENN STUART 

604 WALTER REED DR. 

GREENSBORO 27403 
CHU, H. WILLY 

700 TILGHMAN DR. 

DUNN 28334 
CHUNG, HONG-YILL 

407 CARMEN AVENUE 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 
CHUNG, IL WHAN 

1 EASTGATE COURT 

SYLVA 28779 
CHUNG, JOSEPH YANGSOO 

1200 MEDICAL COURT 

MARION 28752 
CHUNG, WAN SOO 

320 MCCASKEY ROAD 

WILLIAMSTON 27892 
CHUNG, ZUN SUB 

2926 S. MAIN STREET 

HIGH POINT 27263 
CHURCH, C. FRANKLIN 

1109 DRESSER COURT 

RALEIGH 27609 
CHURCH, JACK LEE 

BROUGHTON HOSPITAL 

MORGANTON 28655 
CHWALS, WALTER J. 

278 WEST VIEW DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
CILIBERTO, SAMUEL DAVID 

101 S. VANCE STREET 

SANFORD 27330 
CILOGLU, FIGEN 

MOSES H. CONE HOSPITAL 

GREENSBORO 27401 
CINTRON, RUBEN 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

MED. STUDENT, BOX 336 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
CIPPERLY, VAUGHAN ROBERT 

80 VICTORIA RD. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 



GS ATS 018 

AC 

704 322-9105 

PTH 060 

AC 

704 355-2251 

OPH 088 

A AC 

704 884-7320 
PTH 074 
AC 



919 551-5988 

FP 060 

A AC 

704 537-5424 

TR /ATP 041 

AC 

919 294-2670 

GS 043 

A AC 

919 892-1550 

GP 067 

P AC 

919 353-2800 

U 050 

* AC 
704 586-7446 

GS /GP 059 

A AC 

704 652-5818 

FP 007 

AC 

919 792-1071 

FP /EM 040 

A AC 

919 434-3118 

FP /D 092 

* AC 
919 872-4900 

R /IM 012 

AC 

704 433-2256 

PDS 034 

A AC 

919 748-4502 

ORS 053 

AC 

919 776-0551 

041 

R 

919 379-3900 

034 

S 



919 773-1564 
HEM /ON 011 
AC 
704 258-0994 
FAX 704 258-2622 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



47 



CISZEK, THOMAS ARTHUR 

PO BOX 2000 

FAYETTEVILLE 28302 
CITRIN, KERRY ALAN 

105 PINEYWOOD ROAD 

P.O. BOX 1187 

THOMASVILLE 27360 
CITRON, DAVID SANFORD 

8117 RISING MEADOW RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28277 
CLANCY, THOMAS V. 

2131 S. 17TH ST. 

WILMINGTON 28402 



NPM /PD 026 CLARK, WILLIAM MACKEY R 060 

AC 647 LLEWELLYN PLACE AC 

919 323-6762 CHARLOTTE 28207 704 384-4056 

GS 029 CLARKE-PEARSON, DANIEL L. OBG 032 

A AC BOX 3079, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3765 

919 475-7148 CLARKE, THOMAS LAWRENCE OBG 034 

IM /FP 060 501 N. CLEVELAND AVENUE AC 

A URT WINSTON-SALEM 27101 919 722-3874 

704 542-0608 CLARKE, WILLIAM LOWE, JR FP 018 

GS /TRS 065 551 THIRD ST. NE A L/RT 

AC HICKORY 28601 704 327-4441 

919 343-0161 CLASSEN, CHARLES HENRY, JR. ORS 054 



CLAPP, CHRISTOPHER RANDOLPH 034 

1919 ACADEMY ST., APT. 19 A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 750-0801 

CLAPP, JAMES ROBERT IM /NEP 032 

BOX 2991. DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-6674 

CLARK, CAROLYN ANN 032 

400 ALEXANDER AVE. #2A A S 

DURHAM 27705 919 286-4194 

CLARK, CHARLES E. 074 

301 HOUNDS TOOTH CT. A S 

WINTERVILLE 28590 919 752-1887 

CLARK, CHARLES EDWARD, III OTO /RHI 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. STE. 306 AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8700 

CLARK, DOUGLAS HENDON GS 078 

295 WEST 27TH STREET L/RT 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-4615 

CLARK, DOUGLAS WINSTON PD 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 801 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 477-3434 

CLARK, FRANKLIN ST. CLAIR GS /CDS 026 

PO BOX 53394 AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 323-2626 

CLARK, GEORGE THOMAS, III GS 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE C 
DEPT. OF SURGERY 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4667 

CLARK, HENRY VONDELL 074 

330 LINDSAY DR. #9-G A * S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 355-7133 

CLARK, JOHN BLUE, JR. EM /IM 060 

3830 SILVERBELL DR. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 371-4160 

CLARK, KENNETH JAMES, JR. GE /IM 011 

49 MCDOWELL ST. A P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-3870 

FAX 704 253-5945 

CLARK, LEE ANDREW, JR. OPH 098 

WILSON CLINIC A * AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-7001 

CLARK, LOUIS PHILLIP, JR. HS /ORS 026 

1300 MEDICAL DR. A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-2171 

CLARK, MARGARET ANNE IM 034 

250 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

CLARK, MICHAEL EMIL 034 

1227EBERTST. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 942-1975 

CLARK, RICHARD LEE DR 032 

901 PHILS CREEK RD. AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 966-4400 

CLARK, RICHARD STROEBE GS 062 

506 WOOD ST. A AC 

TROY 27371 919 572-3737 

CLARK, THEODORE RUST P /ALD 063 

PO BOX 56 A AC 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 692-6471 

CLARK, TIMOTHY J. DR 074 

324 DUPONT CIR. AC 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4485 

CLARK, VIVIAN E. OBG 032 

120 CONNER DR., STE. 101 AC 
PO BOX 3317 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-8571 

CLARK, WILLIAM GILMER FP 060 

1921 BEVERLY DR. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 371-4160 

CLARK, WILLIAM DOUGLAS 074 

106 SCALES PL, APT. B-1 A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 355-5126 



KINSTON CLINIC, NORTH. STE. FA AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-2020 

CLAXTON, CALVIN PORTER, JR. CDS /TS 011 

257 MCDOWELL STREET A P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 258-1121 

CLAYTON, MELVIN LOUIS IM /FP 008 

PO BOX 788 A AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-2993 

CLAYTON, TAWANDA BOWDEN OBG 078 

403 W. 27TH A AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-2846 

CLEARY, JIM RAY EM /IM 063 

900 MONTICELLO DR. AC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 692-3644 

CLEAVER, H. DEHAVEN GS /TS 064 

469 SPRINGFIELD RD. L 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-9084 

CLEEK, JOHN BROOKS IM 060 

10512 PARK RD, EXT. STE. 201 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 542-6593 

CLEGG, HERBERT WILLIAM, II PD /ID 060 

2711 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 501 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 374-1747 

CLEMENT, JAMES EDWIN GYN 074 

101 BETHESDA DRIVE A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-4181 

CLENDENINN, NEIL J. ON /IM 032 

5910 TREETOP RIDGE AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 248-4436 

FAX 919 248-8384 

CLEVELAND, CRAWFORD H., JR. IM /Al 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A R 
SECT. ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-3424 

CLIFTON, PHILLIP MAX P /CHP 034 

SALEM PSYCHIATRIC ASSOC. A AC 
190 CHARLOIS BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-6930 

CLINE, DAVID MARTIN EM 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A AC 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, BRODY 4W54 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2954 

FAX 919 551-2224 

CLINE, JAMES ALEXANDER GS /EM 064 

WELLONGATE 2-D RT 
3430 SUNSET AVE. 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919443-6444 

CLINE, JOHN WILLIAM OPH 032 

1110 W. MAIN STREET AC 

DURHAM 27701 919 682-9341 

CLINE, KATHLEEN ANN EM 074 

305 NANTUCKET CT. A AC 

WINTERVILLE 28590 919 321-2277 

CLINE, ROBERT SEITZ FP 053 

801 STUART DR. A * S/RT 

SANFORD 27330 919 774-6685 

CLINE, WAYNE ALLEN U 080 

909 W. HENDERSON STREET L/RT 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-9441 

CLINE, WAYNE ALLEN, JR. U 080 

909 W. HENDERSON STREET A AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-9441 

CLINE, WILLIAM TUCKER GS /VS 092 

3400 EXECUTIVE DRIVE A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876-2732 

CLINTON, HOWARD LESLIE, JR. FP /EM 045 

PO BOX 1477 AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28793 704 697-6991 

CLIPPINGER, FRANK WARREN, JR. ORS 032 

BOX 3935, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-4229 



tCLONINGER, CHARLES EDGAR FP 018 

9674 RIVIERA DR. A 

DECEASED--1 1-18-90 

SHERRILLS FORD 28673 704 478-3155 

CLONINGER, GILES LATHERN, JR. FP 077 

115 MAIN STREET A L 

HAMLET 28345 919 582-1319 

CLONINGER, KENNETH LEE, JR. NS 041 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST.. STE. 504 AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 272-4578 

CLONINGER, ROWELL CONNOR GS 023 

309 WESTFIELD RD. A L/RT 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-8591 

CLONINGER, TIMOTHY EARL TR 060 

SOUTHEAST RADIATION ONC. GP A AC 
421-D S. SHARON-AMITY RD. 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 338-2272 

CLOUTIER, MICHAEL R 040 

1017 SHAMROCK RD. AC 

HIGH POINT 27265 919 887-1926 

CLUTTS, GEORGE ROBERT GS /TS 041 

277 N. PARK DR. L/RT 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-9554 

CLYDE, WALLACE ALEXANDER, JR. PD /ID 032 

535 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. AC 
UNO CB #7220 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2331 

COBB, GREGORY WAYNE OPH 067 

264 MEMORIAL DRIVE AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 919 353-1030 

COBEY, WILLIAM GRAY PD 060 

2024 RANDOLPH ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 375-4453 

COBO, LIONEL MICHAEL OPH 032 

BOX 3802, DUKE EYE CTR. A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3799 

COCHRAN, W. GERALD PS 080 

410 MOCKSVILLE AVE. A * AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-8561 

CODINGTON, JOHN BONNELL GS 065 

624 FOREST HILLS DR. A L/RT 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 763-6289 

CODY, EDMUND JOSEPH 074 

#9 COUNTRY MANOR APTS. S 
B'S BARBEQUE RD. 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 782-1215 

CODY, RICHARD F., JR. 000 

260 WILDBERRY LN. R 

NASHVILLE, TN 37209 615 356-7586 

COFFEE, CHARLES CREED AN 032 

BOX 3094, DUMC R 

DURHAM 27710 919 681-2924 

COFFER, BERTRAM WATTS AN 092 

P.O. BOX 18139 A * AC 
2800 BLUE RIDGE RD. STE. 204 

RALEIGH 27619 919 781-7420 

COGGESHALL, ALLAN BANCROFT GS 041 

109 BEVERLY PLACE A LVRT 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 299-7190 

COGGIN, JAMES MICHAEL 032 

1212 CAVINESS DR. S 

SANFORD 27330 919 775-3242 

COHEN, ARTHUR R. PTH 060 

200 HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 
PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 384-4814 
FAX 704 334-0926 

COHEN, DANIEL MICHAEL 74 

ECU A AC 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4822 

COHEN, KENNETH LEE OPH 032 

UNC DEPT. OF OPH, CB #7040 A * AC 
617 CLINICAL SCI BLDG. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-5296 

COHEN, MYRON SCOTT ID 032 

UNC.547 BURNETT-WOMACK, 229-H AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2536 

COHEN, NORMAN ALLEN AN 076 

1421 LAURA CT. A C 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 625-5151 

COIN, JAMES THADDEUS N 065 

1515 DOCTOR'S CIRCLE A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-5182 

FAX 919 762-9419 

COLAVITA, PAUL G. IM /CD 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. STE. 300 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-1507 



48 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



COLE, THOMAS BALLARD 

PO BOX 27687 

RALEIGH 27611 
COLE, TOLLIE BOYCE 

BOX 3805, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
COLEMAN, CLARENCE C, JR. 

810 DELANY DR. 

RALEIGH 27610 
COLEMAN, ELIZABETH ANNE 

5016 CLEAR RUN DR. 

WILMINGTON 28403 
COLEMAN, GORDON DONALD 

1920 S. 16THST. 

WILMINGTON 28401 
COLEMAN, JAMES BARR 

PO BOX 696 

WASHINGTON 27889 
COLEMAN, LESTER L„ JR. 

P. O. BOX 376 

HILDEBRAN 28637 
COLEMAN, PHILIP DIVOLL 

625 E. 12THST. 

WASHINGTON 27889 
COLEMAN, RALPH EDWARD 

DUMC, DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY 

DURHAM 27710 

COLES, DEBRA LYNN 

2616 PARK RD. #F 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
COLEY, SILAS BODIE, JR. 

815 KENMORE ROAD 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
COLLAWN, THOMAS HERBERT 

1901 RANDOLPH RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
COLLETT, BOBBIE ANN, PHD 

3740-A MOSS DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
COLLETT, JAMES ROUNTREE 

312 W. UNION ST. 

MORGANTON 28655 
COLLEY, JAMES OSCAR, III 

M-105 DOCTORS BLDG. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 



COLLIER, ALBERT MILFORD 

UNC 535 CLI. SCI. BLDG.CB 7220 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
COLLIER, ROBERT 

104 7TH AVE. 

CHADBOURN 28431 
COLLIGAN, JOSEPH FRANCIS 

1703 COUNTRY CLUB 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 
COLLIN, CHARLES F. 

1350 S. KINGS DR. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
COLLINGS, GILBEART H., JR. 

5533 NATOMA DR. 

FT. MYERS, FL 33907 
COLLINS, CHARLES DAVID 

1008 OLD ROCKFORD ST. 

MT. AIRY 27030 
COLLINS, DAVID DUTROW 

3001 LYNDHURST AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



PH /PD^ 

919 733 
OTO 

A 

919 684 

A 
919 821 
P 
A 

919 763 
PD 
A 

919 763 
GS 

919 946 

FP 

A 

704 397 

GS/TS 

919 946 
NM 
A 

919 681 

FAX 919 681 

IM 

A 

704 355 

P/N 

919 929 
AN 
A 

704 366 
PTH 
A 
919 748 
IM/CD 
A 

704 437 
GS 
A 

704 253 
FAX 704 253 
PD ID 



919 966 
FP IM 

919 654 
P/CHP 
A 

919 353 
GS 

704 372 
OM PM 



GS 



919 786 
PUD /CC 

A 

919 765 
FAX 91 9 768 



COLLINS, DONALD MICHAEL 

4755 COUNTRY CLUB RD. 

APT. 110-G 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
COLLINS, FRANCIS FARRELL, JR. 

205 PAGE RD. 

PINEHURST 28374 
COLLINS, STEPHEN F. 

RIEGELWOOD MEDICAL CTR. 

BOX 98 

RIEGELWOOD 28456 
COLLINS, WARREN JAMES 

105 GROVER STREET 

SHELBY 28150 
COLLINS, WILLIAM STUART 

3969 QUILLING ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 



919 659- 
IM /PUD 



919 295 
FP/OM 



GYN 

704 482 
P 
A 
919 765 



032 
AC 

•3222 
032 
AC 

•6819 

032 

S 

■5705 
065 
AC 

9517 
065 
AC 

2072 
007 
AC 

0181 

018 

L 

3522 
007 
AC 

0181 
032 
AC 

■2711 

5636 

060 

R 

2000 
032 
AC 

0326 
060 
AC 

5311 

034 

R 

2649 
012 

L/RT 

■2712 
011 
AC 

■1529 

■1458 
032 
AC 

■2331 
024 
AC 

■3143 
067 
AC 

■4165 
060 
AC 

■8750 
000 



086 

AC 
9430 

034 

AC 
0888 
1737 

034 
S 

8997 
063 
AC 

5511 
065 
AC 



023 

AC 

2486 

034 

AC 

■7350 



COLLMAN, MITCHELL SCOTT 


CD /IM 092 


PO BOX 17569 


AC 


RALEIGH 27619 


919 783-5273 


COLSON, JOSEPH SAMPSON 


FP 039 


PO BOX 459 


A L/RT 


OXFORD 27565 


919 693-2697 


COLSON, LACY ALSTON 


IM /FP 092 


23-G SUNNYBROOK ROAD 


AC 


RALEIGH 27610 


919 821-5201 


COLTON, SHARON ANN 


IM /EM 055 


PO BOX 1 566 


AC 


COMBS, JOHN GILBERT, JR. 


R 065 


2318 BLYTHE ROAD 


A P AC 


WILMINGTON 28403 


919 259-5451 


COMBS, JOSEPH JOHN 


IM /PUD 092 


218 SPRINGMORE DR. 


A LRT 


RALEIGH 27615 


919 848-7218 


COMPEAU, PHILLIP E. C. 


IM 097 


1710 PARKWOOD DR., SOUTH SUITE * AC 


WILKESBORO 28697 


919 667-1285 


COMPTON, JOHN WALLACE 


R 096 


2700 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE 


L/RT 


GOLDSBORO 27530 


919 734-1866 


COMPTON, KENNETH W. 


OTO 060 


3535 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 210 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 2821 1 


704 365-071 1 


CONARD-CORKEY, ELIZABETH M. 


PH /GPM 060 


519 HERMITAGE COURT 


A L 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 375-7831 


CONARD, DAVID LLOYD 


IM 060 


101 W. T. HARRIS BLVD. C-101 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28213 


704 547-1462 


CONDIE, SCOTT DOUGLAS 


FP 023 


1198 WYKE ROAD 


AC 


SHELBY 28150 


704 487-1148 


CONIGLIO, GERALD ANTHONY 


ORS 055 


202 LINCOLN MEDICAL PARK 


AC 


LINCOLNTON 28092 


704 732-1496 


CONLEY, MARTIN JAMES, JR. 


CD /IM 065 


1515 DOCTORS CIRCLE 


AC 


WILMINGTON 28401 


919 763-5182 


CONNELL, GEORGE FREDERICK 


AN 098 


6905 OCEAN DR. 


AC 


EMERALD ISLE 28594 


919 291-1700 


CONNELLY, JERRY HUBBARD 


GP /GPM 041 


212-C W. WENDOVER AVE. 


AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 275-3828 


CONNER, JOEL DEWITT 


GYN 036 


571 COX RD. 


A AC 


GASTON I A 28054 


704 865-0033 


CONNOLLY, INGEBORG VICTORIA 


034 


532 POLO ROAD 


A S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27106 


919 759-3439 


CONRAD, ELIZABETH 


PD 034 


1862 RUNNYMEADE RD. 


A L/RT 


WINSTON-SALEM 27104 


919 723-1213 


CONRAD, LARRY LEE 


EM 033 


PO BOX 7178 


C 


TARBORO 27886 




CONROY, ROBERT JOHN 


034 


1704 GALES CT. 


S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 722-6501 


CONTOGIANNIS. MARY ANN 


GS 034 


3529 SPICEBUSH TRAIL 


A R 


GREENSBORO 27410 


919 748-2011 


COOK, BRIAN 


FP 041 


1116 CLEBURNE ST. 


A R 


GREENSBORO 27408 


919 272-6995 


COOK, CHARLES ALVIN 


NEP /IM 092 


3392 SIX FORKS RD. 


AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 872-8550 


COOK, DONALD EUGENE, JR. 


FP 090 


808 CIRCLE DR. 


AC 


UNION FAMILY PRACTICE, PA 




MONROE 28112 


704 289-5443 


COOK, FIONA JACKSON 


IM 074 


DEPT. OF MEDICINE 


AC 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-4633 


COOK, JAMES HOSMER 


D 011 


281 MCDOWELL STREET 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28803 


704 252-5679 


COOK, JOHN EDMUND 


AN 070 


PO BOX 96 


A P AC 


CAMDEN 27921 


919 338-1542 



COOK, JOSEPH WILLIAM TS /CDS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #300 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-1500 

COOK, LELAND JAMES GS 018 

415 N. CENTER ST., STE. 102 A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 327-9178 

COOK, PAUL P. IM /ID 074 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
GREENVILLE 27858 

COOK, RUSSEL CLIFFORD PD 007 

608 E. 12TH STREET P AC 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-4134 

COOK, WESLEY ALLEN, JR. NS 032 

DUMC, DIV. OF NEURO-SURGERY A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3582 

COOK, WILLIAM EUGENE FP /PUD 026 

325 N. COOL SPRING ST. #104 A L/RT 

FAYETTEVILLE 28301 919 484-5321 

COOKE, JAMES HARBIN, JR. IM 013 

130 LAKE CONCORD RD. A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-3114 

COOKE, RALPH MCBRIDE GP GER 086 

631 ELK SPUR ST A L/RT 

ELKIN 28621 919 835-5544 

COONRAD, RALPH WOODWARD ORS /HS 032 

1828 HILLANDALE ROAD A AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 286-1249 

COOPER, EDWIN BRANAN, JR. ORS /PM 054 

KINSTON CLINIC NORTH A P AC 
DOCTORS DR. 
KINSTON 28501 



COOPER, HERBERT A. 

UNC, CB #7220 

BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
COOPER, LYLE RAY 

702 NEWMAN RD. 

PO BOX 2554 

NEW BERN 28560 
COOPER, MILES ROBERT 

300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



919 522-2020 
FAX 919 522-0795 
PHO /CLP 032 

AC 

919 966-1178 

IM 025 

AC 

919 633-5333 

ON /HEM 034 

A AC 

919 748-4300 

FAX 919 748-6416 

IM /PUD 060 

AC 



COOPER, TIM ERVIN, JR. 

RANDOLPH ROAD IM ASSOC 

1900 RANDOLPH RD., #812 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 366-8240 

COOPER, WILLIAM CORNELIUS, JR. PD 064 

124 FOY DRIVE AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-4031 

COOPERBERG, CHARLES I. IM /NEP 032 

2609 N DUKE ST. STE. 604 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 477-3005 

COPE, BRIAN SCOTT 034 

506 TRENT CT. A S 
CLOISTER OAKS 

WINSTON-SALEM 27127 919 650-1709 

COPELAND, DANA DERWARD PTH /NA 092 

10004 GRADY CIRCLE A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 755-8260 

COPELAND, DONALD LEE FP 060 

19607 HIGHWAY 73 AC 

DAVIDSON 28036 704 892-3723 

COPELAND, GARY BENJAMIN OPH 026 

1629 OWEN DRIVE A " AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-6141 

COPPEDGE, THOMAS OLIVER, JR. R 060 

4067 ABINGDON RD. L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 366-0504 

COPPRIDGE, ALTON JAMES U 032 

3605 RUGBY RD. L/RT 

DURHAM 27707 919 286-1297 

CORBIN, LISA W. 032 

201 HOWELL ST., APT. 1B S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-3909 

CORBIN, RICHARD PRESLEY IM /PUD 060 

PO BOX 32861 AC 
CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-3165 

CORCORAN, EDWIN EMMONS IM /GE 011 

49 MCDOWELL ST. A L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-3870 

CORDELL, A. ROBERT CDS /TS 034 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4672 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



49 



CORLEY, MALCOLM OSBOURNE 


DR 050 


ROUTE #1, BOX 391 


AC 


SYLVA 28779 


704 586-6371 


CORNISH, MARY HELD 


P 032 


706 E. FOREST HILLS BLVD. 


AC 


DURHAM 27707 


919 682-9296 


CORNWALL, THOMAS PAUL PYA /CHP 092 


4601 LAKE BOONE TRAIL #2A 


AC 


RALEIGH 27607 


919 782-4954 


CORNWELL, SARAH BYRD 


FP 032 


3116 N. DUKE ST. 


AC 


DURHAM 27704 


919 493-8651 


CORPENING, ALBERT NEWTON 


FP 092 


141 E. MAIN ST. 


AC 


POBOX 158 




YOUNGSVILLE 27596 


919 556-2126 


CORPENING, JOSEPH DURHAM 


PD 080 


720 GROVE STREET 


AC 


SALISBURY 28144 


704 636-5576 


CORRELL, EARL EUGENE 


GP 013 


KANNAPOLIS MEDICAL CLINIC 


A P AC 


KANNAPOLIS 28081 


704 933-2101 


CORT, CAROLYN RAY 


PD 061 


P. O. BOX 188 


AC 


BURNSVILLE 28714 


704 682-6912 


COSGROVE, KENNETH EDWARD 


IM /CD 045 


510 7TH AVENUE. WEST 


A * L 


HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 692-2231 


COSTENBADER, WM. B., JR. OTO /HNS 011 


131 MCDOWELL STREET 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 254-3517 


COSTNER, JAMES M. 


074 


113 E. 12TH ST. 


A S 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 757-3217 


COTTEN, AARON RODNEY 


074 


108-B CEDAR CT. 


S 


GREENVILLE 27858 


919 757-0571 


COTTER, DANIEL T. 


AN 036 


2122 SHANNON DR. 


A AC 


GASTON I A 28054 


704 866-2825 


COTTLE, RONALD WADE 


FP 024 


118 E. WALTER ST. 


AC 


WHITEVILLE 28472 


919 642-2706 


FAX 919 642-6146 


COTTRELL, WILLIAM MILNES 


AN 013 


84 LAKE CONCORD RD. NE #F 


A * AC 


CONCORD 28025 


704 786-2111 


COUGHLIN, PAUL WM. FITZHENRY 


U 040 


624 QUAKER LN. STE. E-100 


* AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 886-5151 


COUNCELL, RICHARD BRUCE 


OBG 011 


120 W. ANNEX 


A AC 


DOCTORS BLDG. 




ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 252-1050 


COUNCIL, ALBERT BARBEE, JR. 


FP 079 


701 S. VAN BUREN ROAD 


AC 


EDEN 27288 


919 623-1514 


COUNCIL, JOHN CROMARTIE, JR. 


PD 060 


427 N. WENDOVER RD. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 2821 1 


704 364-3740 


COUNDOURIOTIS, ANDREW 


032 


1408 WASHINGTON ST. 


A R 


DURHAM 27701 


919 683-2785 


COURIE, MAURICE NICKOLA 


GYN 092 


3145 ESSEX CIRCLE 


AC 


RALEIGH 27608 


919 782-3698 


COURREGE, MARY LOU 


D 065 


3208 OLEANDER DR. 


A AC 


WILMINGTON 28403 


919 763-7333 


COURTS, ANDREW JOHNSON 


CHP IP 041 


1024 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 272-4262 


COUTURE, MARK MOSCOE 


GS /TS 036 


902 COX RD. STE. G 


A AC 


GASTON I A 28054 


704 864-6011 


COVINGTON, CONNELL 


PD /GP 092 


100 SUNNYBROOK RD. STE. 202 


AC 


RALEIGH 27610 


919 821-3180 


COWAN, LEON KERR 


D 098 


WILSON DERM. CLINIC. PA 


A AC 


702 BROAD ST. 




WILSON 27893 


919 291-5600 


COWAN, ROBERT JENKINS 


NM R 034 


2869 FAIRMONT ROAD 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27106 


919 748-4932 



COWHERD, DAVID MCLELLAN 


CD 063 


PO BOX 3000 


AC 


MOORE REGIONAL HOSP. 




PINEHURST 28374 


919 295-7882 


COX, ALEXANDER MCNEIL 


GP 079 


325 S. MARKET STREET 


A LRT 


MADISON 27025 


919 548-2240 


COX, RAYMOND L. 


OBG 041 


WOMENS HOSP. OF GREENSBORO A AC 


801 GREEN VALLEY RD. 




GREENSBORO 27408 


919 379-3641 


COX, RONNIE LEWIS 


IM /CD 040 


624 QUAKER LANE 


AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 841-6711 


COX, RUSSELL JACKSON 


PD 036 


902 COX RD. STE. C 


A AC 


GASTONIA 28052 


704 864-6522 


COX, STANLEY CULLEN, III 


OTO 063 


205 CREST ROAD 


A AC 


SOUTHERN PINES N C 28387 


919 295-6831 


COX, STEPHEN HAMPTON 


FP /A 053 


2208 BROOKWOOD TRAIL 


AC 


SANFORD 27330 


919 258-6521 


COX, WILLIAM FOSCUE 


IM GPM 034 


3740 KIRKLEES ROAD 


A b'RT 


WINSTON-SALEM 27104 


919 765-2626 


COXE, JAMES SHERWOOD, III 


END /IM 092 


3410 EXECUTIVE DRIVE 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 876-7692 


COYLE, ALICE REGINA 


ORS 084 


PO BOX 1636 


A AC 


313 YADKIN ST. 




ALBEMARLE 28002 




CRABTREE, DANIEL WAYNE 


FP 074 


EASTERN CAROLINA FAM.PRAC.CTR. AC 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-5457 


CRACKER, ANDREW J. 


OBG 000 


12 NICHOLAS AVE. 


A R 


DANVILLE, PA 17821 


717 275-8828 


CRACKER, ANDREW ROBERT 


OBG 065 


1809 GLEN MEADE ROAD 


A AC 


WILMINGTON 28401 


919 763-9833 


CRADDOCK, LARRY WAYNE 


OBG 060 


449 N. WENDOVER RD. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28211 


704 364-3760 


CRAFT, PATRICK P. 


074 


124 N. EASTERN ST. 


S 


GREENVILLE 27858 


919 830-3974 


CRAIGE, ERNEST 


L/RT 032 


235 MOUNT BOLUS 




CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514 




CRAIG, ISAAC ALAN 


PTH 054 


LENOIR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 


P * AC 


KINSTON 28501 


919 522-7141 


CRAIG, SANDRA ANNE 


EM 060 


4741 #2-G HEDGEMORE DR. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28209 


704 355-3181 


CRAIN, BARBARA JEAN 


NA /ATP 032 


106 FOXRIDGE COURT 


A AC 


CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 684-5963 




FAX 919 684-6514 


CRAIN, JACK LEE 


GYN /END 060 


1901 BRUNSWICK AVE. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 338-3149 




FAX 704 343-3428 


CRAN, WENDY LEE 


034 


339 CRAFTON ST., #4 


A S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 777-0823 


CRANDALL, ROBERT GORDON 


P 060 


1900 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 900 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 333-7722 


CRANE, GEORGE WILLIAM, JR. 


D 032 


1200 BROAD STREET 


A L 


DURHAM 27705 


91 9 286-7903 


CRANE, JEFFREY MAJOR 


IM /HEM 092 


4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27612 


919 781-7070 


CRANE, LARRY MARTIN 


DR 032 


3905 DARBY RD. 


AC 


DURHAM 27707 


919 470-5289 


CRANE, STEVEN DOUGLAS 


FP 045 


PO BOX 5151 


AC 


HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 693-4289 


CRANZ, OSCAR WILLIAM 


GS 054 


1605 DUBOSE DR. 


A L/RT 


PO BOX 1316 




KINSTON 28501 


919 523-3677 



1L 



CRAVEN, DALLAS CLIFFORD, JR 

2104 RANDOLPH ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
CRAVEN, FREDERICK THORNS 

P. O. BOX 185 

CONCORD 28025 
CRAVEN, NICHOLAS SCOTT 

123 EASTSIDE DR. 

LEXINGTON 27292 
CRAVEN, THOMAS, JR. 

2001 S. 17TH STREET 

WILMINGTON 28401 
CRAVEN, WILLIAM JAMES 

2015 BRUCKNER BLVD., APT 

BRONX, NY 10473 
CRAWFORD, JOHN LITTLEFIELD.III 

1701 OLD VILLAGE ROAD 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 



CRAWFORD, JOHN ROBERT, III 

310 N. MAIN STREET 
SALISBURY 28144 
CRAWFORD, JOHN THOMAS 

6900 FARMINGDALE DR. 
CHARLOTTE 28212 

CRAWFORD, LARRY CLARKE 

316 N. GRAHAM-HOPEDALE RD 
BURLINGTON 27217 
CRAWFORD, MICHAEL D. 
PO BOX 7099 
ROCKY MOUNT 27804 



GS 



060 

AC 

704 377-3900 

GP 013 

A URT 

704 782-2710 

FP IP 029 

AC 

704 246-2253 

ORS 065 

AC 

919 763-7344 

000 

A R 

212 829-0281 

OPH 045 

A AC 

704 693-1773 

FAX 704 692-3297 

OPH 080 

A P AC 

704 633-7542 

FP 060 

C 

704 536-1362 

FAX 704 563-1601 

GS /TS 001 

A AC 

919 227-3621 

OTO 064 

AC 

919 937-4100 

FAX 919 937-0571 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT CECIL, JR. OBG 040 

P. O. BOX 5543 AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 889-5422 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT ORR, JR. OPH 033 

101 CLINIC DR. A AC 

TARBORO 27886 919 823-8295 

CREDLE, WILLIAM FRONTIS, JR. PUD /IM 065 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-8251 

CREECH, JOSEPH JAN IM 051 

707 LASSITER ST. AC 

SMITHFIELD 27577 919 934-0212 

CREEDON, TARA AILEEN 034 

5856 OLD OAKRIDGE RD. APT. 414 A S 



GREENSBORO 27410 
CREGAN, GREGG EDWARD 

BOX 25007 

1425 PLAZA DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27114 
CREIGHTON, ROBERT KILGO 

6442 SHINNWOOD RD. 

WILMINGTON 28409 
CRESSY, ELIZABETH D. 

106-B MISTY WOODS CIR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
CREWS, DAVID ALLEN 

3915 E. HAZEL LANE 

GREENSBORO 27408 

CREWS, HARRY DENNISTON 

10 MCDOWELL STREET 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
CREWS, JENNIE ROBERTSON 

2800 UNIVERSITY DR. 

DURHAM 27707 
CRIADO, ENRIQUE 

304 FORBUSH MT. DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
CRIGLER, NORRIS WOLF, JR. 

P. O. BOX 2959 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
CRISP, GREGORY H. 

POBOX 2317 

BURLINGTON 27216 
CRISP, SELLERS LUTHER 

622 MEDICAL DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
CRISSMAN, CLINTON SAMUEL 

219 E. ELM STREET 

GRAHAM 27253 
CRISSMAN, MARK ANDERS 

214 E. ELM ST. 

GRAHAM 27253 



919 668-9486 

ORS HS 034 

A AC 

919 768-1270 

OBG /LM 065 

AC 

919 350-0006 

032 

A S 

91 9 942-3401 

AN 041 

AC 

919 299-6343 

FAX 919 632-1250 

NEP/IM 011 

A AC 

704 258-8545 

032 

R 

919 684-8111 

032 

R 

919 966-4131 

R 011 

AC 

704 254-4617 

AN 001 

A AC 

919 584-4006 

ORS 074 

A AC 

919 752-4613 

FP 001 

A L 

919 226-2448 

FP 001 

AC 

919 226-2448 



50 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



CRIST, TAKEY 


OBG 067 


200 MEMORIAL DRIVE 


A AC 


JACKSONVILLE 28546 


919 353-2115 


FAX 919 353-0126 


CRITTENDEN, SUSAN LAWRENCE 


IM 092 


103 BAINES CT. 


AC 


CARY 27511 


919 467-6125 


CROCKER, DANIEL LIND 


ON /HEM 064 


100 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL 


AC 


ROCKY MOUNT 27801 


919 443-9084 


CROFT, JAMES MORRIS 


FP 012 


P. O. DRAWER 849 


A AC 


MORGANTON 28655 


704 437-9401 


FAX 704 437-5985 


CROMARTIE, WILLIAM JAMES 


IM /ID 032 


204 WEAVER RD. 


A URT 


GLENDALE 




CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 942-3493 


CROMO, SANDRA ANN 


FP 032 


318 PINE TREE VILL. #123 


R 


WEST MIDDLESEX, PA 16159 


412 983-3870 


CROMPTON, JOHN DAVID 


034 


300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 


A R 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 748-2011 


CRONLAND, MURPHY ALAN 


GP 055 


P. 0. BOX 488 


AC 


LINCOLNTON 28092 


704 735-3048 


CROOK, JAMES LESTER 


GS 013 


56 LAKE CONCORD RD., N.E. 


C 


CONCORD 28205 


704 786-1104 


CROOK, JOHN NEWMAN 


GS /VS 013 


56 LAKE CONCORD ROAD 


A AC 


CONCORD 28025 


704 786-1104 


CROOM, ARTHUR BASCOM 


R 040 


1311 ROBIN HOOD RD. 


A L'RT 


HIGH POINT 27260 


919 882-6057 


CROOM, DORWYN WAYNE, II 


PTH 012 


2201 S. STERLING ST. 


AC 


MORGANTON 28655 


704 438-2255 


CROOM, ROBERT DEVANE, III 


GS 032 


UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 


A AC 


DEPT. OF SURGERY, CB 7210 




CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-4416 


FAX 919 966-2898 


CROSBY. EDWARD BROWN 


ORS/HS 011 


PO BOX 1980 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28802 


704 258-0847 


CROSBY, IVAN KEITH 


CDS /TS 034 


2827 LYNDHURST AVE., #205-A 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 768-9510 


CROSKERY, RICHARD WILLIAM 


IM 074 


1705 W. 6TH ST., BLDG. E 


A * AC 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 752-6101 


CROSLAND, DAVID BAILEY 


OBG 013 


1054 BURRAGE ROAD, N. E. 


A AC 


CONCORD 28025 


704 788-4151 


CROSS, ALMON RUFUS 


OBG 040 


414 HILLCREST DRIVE 


A L/RT 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 884-1236 


CROSS, ROBERT VANDERVOORT 


GYN 040 


P. O. BOX 5128 


L/RT 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 887-3011 


CROSSLEY, JAMES JOHN 


OTO /A 041 


100 E. NORTHWOOD ST. 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 274-5441 


CROUNSE, ROBERT GRIFFITH 


D /PH 074 


RT. #2, BOX 263-T 


A P AC 


BLOUNTS CREEK 27814 


919 551-2030 


CROUSE, JOHN ROBERT, III 


IM 034 


BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED. 


AC 


300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 




WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 748-2674 


FAX 919 748-6734 


CROW, JIMMIE RAY 


GS /VS 064 


1041 NOELL LN., STE. 102 


A AC 


ROCKY MOUNT 27804 


919 443-0026 


CROW, JOHN BUREN 


FP 023 


600 CROW RD. 


A URT 


SHELBY 28150 


704 487-7052 


CROW, LAURA LOMAX 


D 041 


1030 PROF. VILLAGE 


AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 966-4131 


CROW, SAMUEL LESLIE 


IM CD 011 


4 CROWFIELD DR. #F 


A L/RT 


ASHEVILLE 28803 


704 252-5633 



CROWDER, MARY THELMA OBG 060 

150 PROVIDENCE RD. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-0461 

CROWE, JAMES EARL DR 086 

2915 BITTING RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 789-9541 

CROWE, JOHN ALBERT, JR GS 086 

HOOTS MEM. HOSPITAL A AC 

BOX 68 

YADKINVILLE 27055 
CROWELL, CHARLES CARLOS, III 

624 QUAKER LN., STE. 103-C 

HIGH POINT 27262 



CROWELL, GILES FRANKLIN 

201 EXECUTIVE PARK BLVD. 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



919 689-3111 

CD /IM 040 

A AC 

919 885-6168 

FAX 919 885-8523 

N 034 

AC 

919 768-6347 

FAX 919 760-9393 

IM 055 

A AC 

704 735-1430 

IM 055 

AC 

704 735-3081 

P /ALD 026 

* AC 



CROWELL, GORDON CAMERON 

RT. #9, BOX 999 
LINCOLNTON 28092 

CRUMLEY, CHARLES EDWIN 
P. O. BOX 1309 
LINCOLNTON 28093 

CRUMMIE, ROBERT GWINN 
1500 BRAGG BLVD. 
PO BOX 35436 

FAYETTEVILLE 28303 919 484-3304 

CRUMPLER, JAMES FULTON PD 064 

1409 W. HAVEN BLVD. A L 

ROCKY MOUNT 27803 919 442-1523 

CRUMPLER, RANDALL SCOTT FP 092 

1005 VANDORA SPRINGS RD. AC 

GARNER 27529 919 779-1440 

CRUTCHER, KENNETH L. FP /EM 014 

RT. #1, BOX 134-B AC 

HUDSON 28638 919 728-2019 

CRUTCHFIELD, ANDREW JACKSON IM /CD 034 

2240 CLOVERDALE AVE., STE. 93 A L 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 725-5669 

CRUTCHFIELD, WILLIAM MONROE OTO /PS 070 

1134 N. ROAD STREET AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 335-2923 

CRUTCHLEY, WILLIAM F., JR. GS 070 

1134 N. ROAD STREET A AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 338-3909 

CRUZ, CORAZON SAMODIO R /GP 055 

ROUTE #2, BOX 310 AC 

LINCOLNTON 28092 704 435-4586 

CRUZ, JULIA MARGARITA ON 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2075 

CUBBERLEY, CHARLES LAMB, JR. FP 098 

P O. BOX 95 A L'RT 

WILSON 27894 919 243-4638 

CUELLAR, JOHN PATRICK, III OBG 011 

143 ASHELAND AVE. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-2240 

CUENCA, NELIDA ALBA PD /PH 026 

6748-B IRON GATE DR. A AC 
FAYETTEVILLE 28306 

CULLEN, PETER PATRICK IM 034 

250 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

CULLOM, JOSEPH WILLIAM GS 040 

624 QUAKER LN., STE. 200-C AC 
PO BOX 5229 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 887-3164 

CULP, JOHN HARRY, JR. GYN 060 

401 S. SHARON AMITY ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 365-0110 

CULPEPPER, FRED CARROLL, III PD 060 

427 N. WENDOVER RD. AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 333-6659 

CULTON, JULIAN CLARK OPH 060 

1600 E. THIRD STREET A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3300 

CULTON, YANCEY GOELET, JR. GYN 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. STE. 503 AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-6832 

CUMMINGS, CHARLES EMMETT D 011 

281 MCDOWELL STREET A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 252-5676 

CUMMINGS, RICHARD EDWARD PS 054 

2508 N. QUEEN STREET AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 523-7082 



CUMMINS. LARRY E. P /CHP 

192 VILLAGE DR. 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353 

CUNNINGHAM, PAUL R. G. GS 

DEPT. OF SURGERY. BRODY BLDG. A 

ECU SCH. OF MED. ROOM 4S-10 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551- 

FAX919 551- 
CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT R. OBG 

350 N. COX ST., #6 A 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 626- 

CURL, KENNETH FRANK PD /IM 

720 HOSPITAL DR. A 

COLUMBUS 28722 704 894- 

CURL, WALTON WRIGHT ORS 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748- 

CURLING, OTIS D., JR. NS 

3725 OLYMPIA DR. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 748- 

CURNES, JOHN TAYLOR R /NR 

PO BOX 13005 A 

GREENSBORO RADIOLOGY ASSOC. 

GREENSBORO 27415 919 379- 

CURRIE, DONALD PATRICK U 

PO BOX 24369 A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27114 919 768- 

CURRIN, JAMES MITCHELL, JR. FP 

515 LAUCHWOOD DRIVE A 

LAURINBURG 28352 919 276 

CURRIN, JOE BADGETT, JR. IM 

500 N. ENNIS STREET 

FUQUAY-VARINA 27526 919 552- 

CURTIS, KAREN ELIZABETH 

I-3 DOCTORS PARK APTS. A 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758- 

CURTIS, RICHARD FRANKLIN R /NM 

PO BOX 659 A 

LENOIR 28645 704 757- 

CUTCHIN, JOSEPH HENRY, JR. GP 

P. O. BOX 67 A 

8303 SHERRILLS FORD RD. 

SHERRILLS FORD 28673 704 478- 

CUTCHIN, LAWRENCE MCGILBRA IM /PD 

RT. #3, BOX 325 A P * 

TARBORO 27886 919 823- 

CUTSON, TONI MICHELE FP /GER 

BOX 3003, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 919 286 

CYKERT, SAMUEL IM 

711 HERMITAGE ROAD A 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 229 

CZERMAK, CHARLES LOUIS, JR. DR 

P. O. BOX 1781 

BOONE 28607 704 264 

CZOP, CAROL L. 

RT. #3, BOX 199-9 A 

APEX 27502 
D'AVANZO, NICHOLAS JOSEPH 

3124 BLUE RIDGE RD. 

RALEIGH 27612 
DALESSANDRO, DONALD F. 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
D'LUGIN, JAY JEFFREY 

3421 OLD VINEYARD RD. #C-34 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
D'SOUZA, VINCENT J. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
DACKO, DOUGLAS MITCHELL 

2634 WELLINGTON DR. 

SANFORD 27330 
DACUS, ROBERT MABRY, III 

1302 LEXINGTON AVENUE 

THOMASVILLE 27360 
DAESCHNER, CHARLES WILLIAM.III 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

288 W. PCMH 

GREENVILLE 27858 
DAHNERS, LAURENCE E. 

237 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. 

CB 7055. UNC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 



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AILY, REBECCA SUSAN 032 

UNC. DEPT. OF CHILD PSYCHIATRY R 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2127 

DAINER. PAUL M. HEM /ON 074 

DEPT. OF HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY AC 

ECU SCH. OF MED 3E-106 BRODY 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2560 

FAX 919 551-3149 

DALE, FREDERICK PAYNE GS 054 

I P. O. BOX 1316 A L/RT 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-1626 

DALE, GROVER CLEVELAND IM 096 

3293 RANDY ROAD A L 

LANCASTER, PA 17601 717 898-8033 

DALEY, JOHN GILBERT OBG /END 065 

2143 ECHO LANE AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 343-0161 

DALEY, MICHAEL BERNARD IM 063 

PINEHURST MEDICAL CLI. * AC 
205 PAGE RD. 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-5511 

DALLAM, DEBORAH LYNN P 036 

1371 E. GARRISON BLVD., STE. B AC 

GASTON I A 28054 704 853-0074 

DALLDORF, FREDERIC GILBERT PTH /ATP 032 

308 WOODHAVEN RD. AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-4541 

DALTON, ALVIN STANLEY, JR. PD /NPM 011 

50 DOCTORS DR. 304-M AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-1998 

DALTON, BENNIE BOOKER GP 076 

8117 BLUE HERON DR. E. A L/RT 
APT. A- 105 

WILMINGTON 28405 919 686-7817 

DALTON, HORACE MILTON OPH 054 

KINSTON CLINIC, NORTH A L/RT 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-1611 

DALTON, JAMES D., JR. 032 

15 MEADOWBROOK DR A R 

DURHAM 27712 919 684-8111 

DALY, JAMES KEARNEY DR IP 054 

2711 WESTBROOKE DR. * AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-3443 

DALY, JOHN T. PTH /FOP 032 

P. O. BOX 1 5337 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 91 9 477-6742 

DALY, LIAM N. P /FPY 026 

1262 OLIVER ST. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-5151 

DAMBECK, ALLYN BENARD EM 082 

312 FOX LAKE DRIVE A AC 

CLINTON 28328 919 592-8511 

DAMERON, THOMAS BARKER, JR. ORS 092 

P.O. BOX 10707 A * AC 

RALEIGH 27605 919 781-5600 

DANFORD, JERRY LEE GYN 032 

PO BOX 15249 AC 

3901 ROXBORO RD. 

DURHAM 27704 919 479-4100 

i DANIEL, CROWELL TURNER, JR. OBG 026 

.! 1914 WINTERLOCHEN RD. * L/RT 

Jl FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 484-9472 

.DANIEL, JOHN THOMAS, JR. GS 032 

415 DUNSTAN STREET A P * AC 

DURHAM 27707 919 682-7378 

DANIEL, LOUIE SAMUEL FP 039 



1 124 PINE CONE DRIVE 

OXFORD 27565 
' DANIEL, LOUIS BROADDUS, JR. 
1 PINEHURST SURGICAL CLINIC 

PINEHURST 28374 
'DANIEL, THOMAS BRANTLEY 
i| 110SELMARD. 

PO BOX 845 
•I WENDELL 27591 
! DANIEL, THOMAS MANNING 

501 SELMA RD. 
i PO BOX 568 
I SMITHFIELD 27577 
DANIEL, WALTER EUGENE 

312 BUNCOMBE STREET 
i RALEIGH 27609 
! DANIELS, CHARLES A. 

DEPT. OF PATHOLOGY 

PO BOX 8001 
) GOLDSBORO 27533 919 735-1530 

) FAX 919 734-3293 



A L/RT 

919 693-6735 
ORS 063 
A AC 

919 295-1042 
U 092 
A L/RT 

919 365-5550 

PD 051 

AC 

919 934-7123 

AN 092 

A AC 

919 832-7988 

PTH 096 

AC 



FP 


008 




AC 


919 794-3216 


IM /CCM 


032 




AC 


919 966-2276 


FAX 919 966-6630 


CHP/P 


074 


A 


AC 


919 551 


2660 


P 


034 


A 


R 


919 768-2430 


ORS 


060 


A 


AC 


704 372-9820 


FP 


008 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 

DANIELS, KAREN ELAINE 

PO BOX 628 
WINDSOR 27983 
DANIS, MARION 

UNC DEPT. OF MEDICINE 
5025-A OLD CLINIC BLDG. 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 

DANOFF, JASCHA WOLSEY 

DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
GREENVILLE 27858 

DANSIE, KIM DUNCAN 
1 783 POLO ROAD 
WINSTON-SALEM 27106 

DARDEN, BRUCE VAIDEN, II 
2600 E. 7TH ST. 
CHARLOTTE 28204 

DARDEN, JAMES LEE, JR. 

ACADEMY ST., MED. ARTS BLDG. AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-3548 

DARIEN, DANA VANESE 032 

501 JONES FERRY, W-11 S 

CARRBORO 27510 919 942-2374 

DARKES, LEROY SCOTT IM 092 

3100 DURALEIGH RD. C 

RALEIGH 27612 919 881-5422 

DARSIE, JAMES LEIGH OTO 014 

MULBERRY MEDICAL PARK AC 

LENOIR 28645 704 754-2464 

DASCOMB, HARRY EMERSON IM /ID 092 

6723 FALCONBRIDGE RD. A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 250-8520 

DASHER, GEORGE ALBERT U 060 

1333 ROMANY ROAD A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-5180 

DATTILO, JEFFERY 074 

P.O. BOX 2152 * S 

GREENVILLE 27836 919 975-6851 

DAUGHERTY, HARRY KARRICK CDS /TS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #300 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-1500 

DAUGHERTY, JANICE ELAINE FP /GER 074 

DEPT. OF FAM. MED. BRODY 4N-78A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2601 

DAUGHTRIDGE, CLAY C, JR. IM /CD 063 

PINEHURST MEDICAL CLI. AC 
205 PAGE ROAD 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-5511 

DAUGHTRIDGE, TRUMAN GIFFIN R 008 

706 WOODLAWN DRIVE A AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-8121 

DAUM, CATHERINE ANNE IM 065 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DR. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 341-3422 

DAVANT, CHARLES, III FP /GER 095 

RT. #2, BOX 5, CHESTNUT DR. * AC 

BLOWING ROCK 28605 704 295-3116 

DAVANT, CHARLES, JR. FP /OPH 095 

P. O. BOX 8 A L 

BLOWING ROCK 28605 704 295-3116 

DAVID, IVAN CDS 065 

1912 TRADD COURT AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-7070 

DAVIDIAN, VARTAN AMBAR, JR. PS /GS 092 

1112 DRESSER COURT A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-2616 

FAX 919 872-2771 

DAVIDSON, ANDREW OPH 025 

802 MCCARTHY BLVD. A AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-4183 

DAVIS-SANDERS, BEVERLY ANN R 026 

605 LEVENHALL DR. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28303 919 323-2012 

DAVIS, ALONZO JAMES, IV 074 

RT. #2, BOX 669 S 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 355-2783 

DAVIS, ANDREW CALVIN OPH 012 

335 E. PARKER RD AC 

MORGANTON 28655 704 433-6220 

DAVIS, COURTLAND HARWELL.JR. NS 034 

2525 WARWICK RD. L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 723-7296 

DAVIS, DANIEL WHITAKER FP 004 

402 MORVEN ROAD A AC 

WADESBORO 28170 704 694-2129 



DAVIS, DWIGHT GROOME, JR. 

5825 MAPLE RIDGE RD. 

RALEIGH 27609 
DAVIS, EDWARD LANGSTON 

1809 HATTIE CIRCLE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27105 
DAVIS, GEORGE EDWARD 

1800 W. 5TH ST., STE. 8 

GREENVILLE 27834 
DAVIS, GEORGE THOMAS 

230 FOUST STREET 

ASHEBORO 27203 
DAVIS, GLENN MILLER 



51 

GS /TS 092 

AC 

919 876-3671 

IM /CD 034 

A RT 

919 723-4864 

PD 074 

A AC 

919 758-1750 

OBG 076 

AC 

919 625-6128 

PS 092 

4301 LAKE BOONE TR.. STE. 205 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 881-0077 

DAVIS, JACK BEASON P 001 

1946 MARTIN STREET AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 228-0581 

DAVIS, JAMES ALEXANDER EM 034 

1028 VERNON AVE. R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 748-2011 

DAVIS, JAMES EVANS GS /TS 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 402 A P * L 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8439 

DAVIS, JAMES HOWELL CDS /TS 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD., STE 306 A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 782-7900 

DAVIS, JAMES NORMAN N 032 

V. A. MEDICAL CTR., NEUROLOGY AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 286-6956 

FAX 919 286-4662 

DAVIS, JEFFERSON U. PS 032 

UNC, MEDICAL SCHOOL WING D AC 

CB #7195 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-4446 

DAVIS, JOHN D., JR. FP /GER 095 

P. O. BOX 8 AC 

BLOWING ROCK 28605 704 295-3116 

DAVIS, JOHN PERRY, JR. 034 

447 LAWNDALE DR. A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 748-2011 

DAVIS, JOHN PRESTON IM 034 

329 BANBURY ROAD A L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 768-5390 

DAVIS, JOHN WOODROW FP 018 

24 SECOND AVENUE, N. E. L 

HICKORY 28601 704 328-2231 

DAVIS, JUNIUS WEEKS, JR. PD /PH 025 

2107 AMHURST BLVD. URT 

BERNE VILLAGE, APT. 6C 
NEW BERN 28561 919 637-6367 

DAVIS, MICHAEL LEE IM 025 

PO BOX 2566 A AC 

NEW BERN 28561 919 224-4591 

DAVIS, NELSON PARKE, II GS /CDS 098 

1700 S. TARBORO STREET A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 399-2200 

DAVIS, PHILIP BIBB GS 041 

1125 GATEHOUSE RD. A L 

HIGH POINT 27260 305 276-6779 

DAVIS, PHILIP COLEMAN OBG 011 

93 VICTORIA ROAD A * AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-4821 

DAVIS, RHONDA H. FP 051 

706 WILKINS ST. AC 

SMITHFIELD 27577 919 934-5149 

DAVIS, ROBERT ALDEN GS 008 

BERTIE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AC 

WINDSOR 27983 919 794-4865 

DAVIS, ROBERT D., JR. 032 

BOX 31212, DUMC R 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-5449 

DAVIS, ROBERT LEE DR /NM 004 

515 CAMDEN ROAD A P AC 

WADESBORO 28170 704 694-3597 

DAVIS, ROBERT NICHOLAS D 041 

600 WALTER REED DRIVE AC 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 294-6555 

DAVIS, RONALD L, III U 041 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST., STE. 520 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-6115 

DAVIS, RUFUS JACKSON GP 036 

32 LAKE DR. A L/RT 

BELMONT 28012 704 825-8266 

DAVIS, THOMAS R. OBG 023 

110 W. GROVER ST. A C 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-5258 






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DAVIS, TIMOTHY EUGENE 


GS /CRS 041 


1317 N. ELM ST., STE. #5 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 274-8444 


DAVIS, WALTER ETCHELLS 


ON /HEM 032 


PO BOX 15249 


A AC 


3901 N. ROXBORO RD. 




DURHAM 27704 


919 479-4100 


DAVIS, WAYNE EDWARD 


U 034 


504 FORSYTH MEDICAL PARK 


AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 765-4882 


DAVIS, WILLIAM HERSEY, JR. 


ADL PD 034 


723 N. STRATFORD RD. 


L/RT 


WINSTON-SALEM 27104 


919 724-3312 


DAVISON, REBECCA JANE 


032 


610 NORTH ST., APT. A 


S 


PORTSMOUTH, VA 23704 




DAW, JEFFREY RICHARD 


032 


211 WILDBERRY LN. 


S 


NASHVILLE, TN 37209 




DAWKINS. HOWARD GARRETT, 


JR. PS/GS 074 


2577 STANTONSBURG ROAD 


A AC 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 752-1406 




FAX 919 752-0835 


DAWSON, ROBERT EDWARD 


OPH 032 


512 SIMMONS STREET 


L/RT 


DURHAM 27701 


919 682-7175 


DAY, EUGENE DAVIS, JR. 


FP 039 


104 NEW COLLEGE ST. 


AC 


OXFORD 27565 


919 693-8126 


DAY, JAMES WILLIAM 


IM 034 


3310 BROOKVIEW HILLS BLVD. #203 AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 765-9631 


DAY, PHILIP MARK 


GP 023 


217 N. MAIN ST. 


AC 


PO BOX 520 




GROVER 28073 


704 937-7905 


DE BOER, JOHN L. 


GS 026 


521 BEAUMONT RD. 


A AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28304 


919 483-5031 


DE'AK, WILLIAM RALPH 


PD 032 


6350 QUANDRANGLE DR. 


AC 


CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 490-8717 


DE CASTRO, CARLOS M, III 


IM 032 


BOX 3934, DUMC 


R 


DURHAM 27710 


919 684-3725 


DE FILIPP, GARY J. 


R 060 


CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY 


C 


PO BOX 36937 




CHARLOTTE 28236 


704 365-0343 


DE LA GARZA, CARLOS A. 


FP 018 


24 SECOND AVE., NE 


A AC 


HICKORY 28601 


704 328-2231 


DE LISSIO, MICHAEL G. 


GE 092 


101 S. W. CARY PARKWAY 


AC 


CARY 27511 


919 469-1858 


DE MARNEFFE, FRANCIS 


P 092 


3019 FALSTAFF RD. 


A * AC 


RALEIGH 27610 


919 250-7000 


DE WEESE, GARY KENNETH 


IM /CD 032 


3813 ZENITH PL. 


R 


DURHAM 27705 


919 684-8111 


DE-LA-TORRE, ERNESTO ESTEBAN NS 034 


2825 LYNDHURST AVE. 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 765-3750 


DEALY, DARILYN HEDDEN 


ID/IM 011 


445 BILTMORE CTR., STE. 500 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 258-9635 


DEAN, CLAYTON CLEWIS 


GS /VS 095 


702 STATE FARM RD. 


AC 


BOONE 28607 


704 264-2340 


DEAN, DEWEY LEVAN, JR. 


025 


2000 NEUSE BLVD. 


AC 


NEW BERN 28560 


919 633-8058 


DEAN, ELIZABETH ANNE 


IM 060 


125 BALDWIN AVE. 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 338-6300 


DEAN, GREGORY SCOTT 


032 


1 1 -B TARAWA TERRACE 


S 


DURHAM 27705 


919 821-0171 


DEAN, JOAN C. B. 


034 


1227 MARTIN ST. 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 659-8202 


DEAN, JOHN NEWELL 


IM 011 


147 ASHLAND AVENUE 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 258-1188 



DEAN, RICHARD HENRY 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD 
DEPT. OF SURGERY 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

DEANG, CEDRIC RODRIGUEZ 
1300 LEXINGTON AVENUE 
THOMASVILLE 27360 

DEANGELIS, WASHINGTON J. 
1001 S. HAMILTON ROAD 
CHAPEL HILL 27514 

DEAN, GREGORY SCOTT 

11-B TARAWA TERR. 

DURHAM 27705 
DEANS, WILLIAM RONALD, JR. 

PO BOX 7187 

2412 PROFESSIONAL DR. 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
DEANTONIO, HARRY JAMES 

SECTION OF CARDIOLOGY 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
DEARAUJO, WILLIAM 

1812 0AKCRESTCT, 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
DEAS, DAVID JOHN 

239 WILMOT DR. 

GASTONIA 28054 
DEATON, HUGO L. 

415 N. CENTER ST., STE. 102 

HICKORY 28601 
DEATON, JEFFREY LYNN 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

DEPT. OF OB-GYN 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



GS/VS 

A 



034 

AC 



919 748-4443 

GS 029 

AC 

919 475-2376 

FP /DIA 032 

AC 

919 968-4551 

FAX 919 929-0763 

032 

A S 

919 821-0171 

N 064 

A AC 

919 443-0041 
CD /IM 074 

AC 

919 551-5395 

034 

R 

919 659-8107 

P 036 

A P AC 

704 867-2338 

GS/TS 018 

A AC 

704 327-9178 

OBG/REN 034 

AC 



DEATON, PHILIP CARL 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST. 
GREENSBORO 27401 



919 748-2368 

FAX 919 748-3713 

NS 041 

STE. 504 A AC 

919 379-0077 

FAX 919 748-3713 

GS 012 

A AC 

704 874-0555 

N 065 

A AC 

919 686-7522 

GP /OBS 092 

A AC 

919 832-1667 

PM 074 

A AC 



DEATON, PLEASANT PAUL 

PO BOX 700 
VALDESE 28690 
DEBECK, THOMAS WADE 

29 SANDY PLACE 
WILMINGTON 28405 

DEBNAM, GEORGE CLYDE 
524 S. BLOUNT STREET 
RALEIGH 27601 

DEBOGORSKI, JOZEFA 

DEPT. OF PHYSICAL MED.REHAB 

PO BOX 6028 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 551-4440 

DEBOT, HEIDI MARIA 034 

1527 NORTHWEST BLVD A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 724-1673 

DECILLES, THOMAS A. FP 078 

119 N. FLORENCE ST. AC 

MAXTON 28364 919 844-5253 

DECLERCK, PAUL ALBERT FP 054 

2503 N QUEEN STREET A AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-3717 

DEEKENS, STEWART ANDREWS, JR. FP 012 

2203 S. STERLING ST. A AC 

MORGANTON 28655 704 437-0666 

DEEPE, ROBERT GS 054 

1300 COUNTRY CLUB DR. AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 537-6525 

DEERING, TIMOTHY BRADFORD GE /IM 011 

30 CHOCTAW STREET P AC 
ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-0881 

DEES, JANET LEE 074 

J7 DOCTORS PARK APTS S 
BEASLEY DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-2497 

DEES, JOHN ESSARY U 032 

DUKE HOSPITAL A L/RT 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-6928 

DEES, JOHN TYLER FP /PH 065 

ST. HELENA RD. A P * AC 
PO BOX 815 

BURGAW 28425 919 259-5171 

DEES, SUSAN COONS PDA /PD 032 

BOX 2913, DUMC A L/RT 

DURHAM 27710 919 489-5263 

DEESE, JOSEPH EARL EM 078 

RT. #3. BOX 130-C AC 

MAXTON 28364 919 738-6441 



DEFRANZO, ANTHONY JOHN 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
DEFREITAS, JUNIOR 
121 TRYON ROAD 
RUTHERFORDTON 28139 



DEGRAW, MARTIN CRAWFORD 

810 KENNEDY AVE. 

NEW BERN 28560 
DEGREGORIO, PETER ANTHONY 

603 BEAMAN ST. 

CLINTON 28328 
DEGUEHERY, LINDSEY E. 

1700 S. TARBOROST. 

WILSON 27893 
DEHMER, GREGORY J. 

UNC HOSP. CARDIAC CATH LAB 

101 MANNING DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
DEHOFF, PHILIP WILLIAM 

1718 E. 4TH ST., #907 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
DEJARNETTE, LISA FAYE 

325 GLEN ECHO LN., # C 

CARY 27511 
DEJUAN, EUGENE, JR. 

BOX 3802, DUKE EYE CENTER 

DURHAM 27710 



PS 

A 

919 748- 

OTO 
A 

704 286 
FAX 704 286 
FP 
A 

919 633 
IM 



919 592 
PUD 

* 

919 399 
CD/IM 



919 966- 
OBG 

A 

704 365- 
IM 



DEKLE, LARRY CARLTON 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
DELEON, ARTURO DEJESUS 

1109 DRESSER COURT 

RALEIGH 27609 
DELEON, ROSEMARY ESPINO 

2903 ADRIAN COURT 

RALEIGH 27604 
DELIGIO, JAMES J. 

4716 CROATAN HIGHWAY 

KITTY HAWK 27949 
DELLASEGA, MARK 

1705 W. SIXTH ST. 

GREENVILLE 27834 

DELLINGER, CLYDE JAMES 
P. O. BOX 8 

DREXEL 28619 



DELLINGER, ERIC HENRY 

ECU, STANTONSBURG RD. 

GREENVILLE 27858 
DELOATCH, RAVEN LIONEL 

PO BOX 86 

MILWAUKEE 27854 
DEMAS, RONALD CHARLES 

2115 EAST 7TH ST., STE. 101 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
DEMASON, MARC 

515 THOMPSON ST., STE. B 

EDEN 27288 
DEMENT, JOSEPH MILLER 

111 VICTORIA RD. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
DENHAM, JOHN WILLIAM 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
DENKER, MICHELE J. 

614 ARLINGTON ST. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
DENNING, CHRISTOPHER MARSHAL 

ECU FAMILY PRAC. CTR. 

GREENVILLE 27858 
DENNIS, KENNETH MICHAEL 

418 KING ST. 

LAURINBURG 28352 
DENNIS, PATRICK MICHAEL 

DOWN EAST EYE CENTER, PA 

2104 N. HERRITAGE ST. 

KINSTON 28501 
DENNIS, RONALD GREENE 

3535 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 210 

CHARLOTTE 28211 



OPH 

A 

919 684- 
FAX 919 684- 
P/PD 

919 725- 
FP/IM 

919 872- 
AN 

919 829- 
FP /HYP 

919 261- 
IM/GE 

919 752- 
FAX 91 9 752- 
FP 

704 437- 
FAX 704 438- 
0BG 
A 
919 551 
IM 
A 
919 534- 
N/PM 
A 

704 372- 
GS 



919 623 
ORS 
A 

704 252 
IM/PM 

919 768 



919 967 
FP 
A 
919 551 
PD /ADL 

704 627- 
OPH 



919 523 
OTO 



704 365 
FAX 704 366 



034 W 

AC 
4500 

081 

AC 
0632 
5644 

025 

AC 
1685 

082 

AC 
•1915 ' 

£V 

2276 
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060 , 

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0470 ' 

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032 b 

AC p 

5631 ,, 

2230 w 

034 : 

AC B 

7777 m 

092 

AC 

■4900 i 

092 he 

AC : 

9550 [ 

070 : 

AC K 
3848 I 

074 i 

AC K 
6101 
7781 

012 OS 

AC 
3634 ' 
2389 IE 

074 i 

AC 
4983 K 

066 

C 

1661 K 

060 : 

AC 
3714 ]i 

079 

AC 
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■0545 

074 

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•5457 

083 

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054 

AC 

■9599 
060 

AC 
0711 
3562 



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Dennis, steven henry 

vance medical arts bldg. 

henderson 27536 
dennison, herbert eugene 

630 fifth avenue, west 

hendersonville 28739 
dennison. wm. brian 

j POBOX 1020 

LENOIR 28645 
DENNY, FLOYD WOLFE, JR. 

BOX 3. WING D, CB #7240 
UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 



OTO 091 

AC 

919 492-9720 

OBG 045 

AC 

704 692-2258 

IM RHU 018 

AC 

704 758-5544 

PD /ID 032 

AC 



919 962-1136 

FAX 919 966-5830 

DENNY, KEVIN M. P 060 

1900 RANDOLPH RD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 333-7722 

DENNY, MARGARET ELIZABETH 032 

909 N. PEACE HAVEN RD. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 765-2899 

DENTON, WAYNE HOLT P 034 

' 300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-6993 

FAX 919 748-4204 

DENUNA, VICENTE BOGADOR ABS GS 059 

28 N. LOGAN STREET AC 

MARION 28752 704 652-5797 

DENUNZIO, NEIL L. IM 070 

PO BOX 9 A AC 

WINFALL 27985 919 426-9172 

DEPERCZEL, JOHN LESLIE ORS GP 018 

' 521 11TH AVE. CIRCLE NW A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 324-2800 

DERBYSHIRE, JOHN STUART IM 064 

1051 COUNTRY CLUB DR. A AC 

PO BOX 7828 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 977-6746 

DERIAN, THOMAS C. ORS 032 

POBOX 15249 A AC 
DURHAM CLINIC, PA 

DURHAM 27704 919 479-4100 

DERRICK, WILLIAM ADAM, JR. ADL /GP 095 

ASU HEALTH SERVICES AC 

BOONE 28608 704 262-3100 

DESIMONE, ROBERT ALFRED R 092 

I' 315LOCHSIDE DR. P C 

I CARY 2751 1 91 9 467-5900 

I DESKINS, WILLIAM CYPHERS FP 090 

; 1420 E. FRANKLIN ST, A AC 

lii MONROE 28110 704 289-8427 

I DESROCHERS, DAVID ALAN DR 007 

i| 630 E. 11THST. * AC 

;| WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-2137 

B DESTEFANO, AMY ANN 032 

, 105-D WEATHERSTONE DR. S 

•: CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-6372 

' DESTEFANO, NEIL MICHAEL GS /GYN 079 

. PO BOX 780 AC 

REIDSVILLE 27320 919 349-8484 

, DETERDING, JAMES LEROY NEP /IM 041 

, 111 W. WENDOVER AVE. A P AC 

T GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-9708 

FAX 919 379-8714 

! DETTERBECK, FRANK C. 032 

T 123 STATESIDE DR. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-3381 

1 DETWEILER, DONALD GENE DR 092 

fj 6612 FIFE BREW LANE AC 

' : RALEIGH 27614 919 783-3023 

1 DEUTSCH, MARGARET ANN ON /HEM 032 

E 63 FEARRINGTON POST R 

: i PITTSBORO 27312 919 684-4385 

; DEVASTHALI, SHIRISH DHONDU IM /HEM 026 

| PO BOX 58097 A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 483-8586 

DEVILLA, AMADA RUIZ OPH 042 

204 BECKER DR. A AC 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 537-8193 

DEVINE, GERARD MICHAEL IM 078 

395 WEST 27TH STREET A AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-7551 

DEVINE, LEIBERT EARl. FP 021 

P. O. BOX 298 AC 

EDENTON 27932 919 482-7774 

DEWALD, JONATHON GLEN IM 098 

1700 S. TARBORO ST. AC 

WILSON 27893 919 399-2257 



DEWALT, JOSEPH LEO 

IRIS LANE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 

DEWAN, DAVID MICHAEL 
3333 SILAS CREEK PKWY. 
FORSYTH MEM. HOSPITAL 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

DEYTON, JOHN WESLEY, JR. 
124 MEMORIAL DRIVE 
JACKSONVILLE 28540 

DEYTON, ROBERT GUY, JR. 
101 BETHESDA DRIVE 
GREENVILLE 27834 

DHANDE, VIJAY G. 

PO BOX 33549 

PRESBYTERIAN HOSP. 

CHARLOTTE 28233 
DHATT, MALKIAT SINGH 

P. O. BOX 2028 

ASHEBORO 27203 
DHILLON, TEJPAL SINGH 

PO BOX 52277 

RALEIGH 27612 
DIAB, ALBERT JOSEPH 

3801 COMPUTER DRIVE 

RALEIGH 27609 
DIAMOND, JOHN MICHAEL 

DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
DIAZ-BUXO, JOSE ANTONIO 

928 BAXTER STREET 

CHARLOTTE 28204 



IM /ORS 032 

AC 

919 966-2281 

AN 034 

A AC 

919 760-5259 

OBG 067 

P AC 

919 353-7741 

GYN 074 

A * AC 

919 758-4181 

FAX 919 758-2603 

PD /NPM 060 

A AC 

704 371-4944 

CD /IM 076 

AC 

919 629-4176 

ORS 092 

A AC 

919 881-0177 

IM 092 

AC 

919 787-5217 

CHP /P 074 

A AC 



919 551-2673 

NEP /IM 060 

A AC 

704 374-1321 

FAX 704 334-3061 

DICK, ANDREW EDWARD CD 032 

134 MALLARD COURT AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-8741 

DICKERSON, ANDREW JACKSON GS TS 044 
110 WAYNEWOOD DR. L'RT 

WAYNESVILLE 28786 704 456-5002 

DICKERSON, LEON ARCHIBALD, JR. ORS 060 

2600 E. 7TH ST. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-9820 

FAX 704 342-0764 

DICKERSON, STEVEN REID 034 

2307 QUEEN ST. #D AS 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 777-1491 

DICKIE, JAMES WILLIAM GS 065 

448 WAYNE DRIVE A L/RT 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 762-8429 

DICKINSON, MICHAEL WRIGHT GS /CDS 018 
415 N. CENTER ST., STE. 102 A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 327-9178 

DICKSON, ALBERT PICKETT.III FP 006 

POBOX 219 AC 

NEWLAND 28657 704 733-9276 

DICKSON, BRICE TEMPELTON, JR. IM 036 

837 ATHENIAN DR. A L/RT 

GASTONIA 28052 704 867-7656 

DICKSON, F. KEELS OTO /A 060 

485 N. WENDOVER RD. A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 366-7921 

DICKSON, ROBERT TRULOCK GE 054 

806 WESTMINISTER LANE AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-3072 

DICKSTEIN, SHERRY ANNE OBG 041 

301 E. WENDOVER AVE A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 273-2835 

FAX 919 274-4594 

DIECKMANN, MERWIN R. FP 016 

209-B MCLEAN DR. A AC 

SWANSBORO 28584 91 9 393-6543 

DIERING, SCOTT LOUIS 034 

414 LOCKLAND AVE. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 777-1477 

DIETRICK, RONALD BURTON GS /TS 026 

VA MEDICAL CENTER C 

RAMSEY ST. 
FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 488-2120 

DIFIORE, RALPH J. ORS 067 

200 DOCTORS DR. STE. J AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353-1412 

DIGBY, DONALD JOE OPH 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD. STE. 406 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 230-1010 



DIGBY, RONALD WYMAN 

1896 REMOUNT ROAD 

GASTONIA 28054 
DILL, DAVID LEE 

203 CEDAR ROCK EST. DR. 

LENOIR 28645 
DILL, FRANKLIN GEORGE 

124 MEMORIAL DRIVE 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 
DILLARD, MARGARET BLEICK 

3106 BUCKINGHAM RD. 

DURHAM 27707 
DILLARD, SAM BOOKER 

1530 QUEENS RD. #1204 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
DILLEY, JAMES R. 

3310 BROOKVIEW HILLS BLVD. 

SUITE 103 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
DILLINGHAM, WILLIAM STEPHEN 

479 N. WENDOVER RD. 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 



DILLON, DANIEL CHRISTIAN 

11 13TH AVENUE, N. E. 

HICKORY 28601 
DILWORTH, JOHN HERBERT 

1505 WESTOVER TERR. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
DIMEO, MICHAEL JOSEPH 

1604 MEMORIAL DR. 

BURLINGTON 27215 
DIMITRIOUS, ROBIN 

P. O. BOX 364 

WHITEVILLE 28472 
DIMMIG, THOMAS A. 

2609 N. DUKE ST 

DURHAM 27704 



CD /IM 036 

A AC 

704 867-0735 

DR 014 

A AC 

704 754-2283 

GYN 067 

P AC 

919 353-7741 

IM 074 

R 

919 966-2561 

D 060 

L/RT 

704 333-8811 

NEP 034 

AC 

919 768-2425 

P 060 

AC 

704 365-3185 

FAX 704 365-9779 

IM /GE 018 

P AC 

704 322-1068 

ORS /HS 041 

A AC 

919 275-0927 

CC /IM 001 

A P AC 

919 226-7300 

AN 024 

A AC 

919 642-8011 

ORS 032 

A AC 

919 471-8431 

DINAPOLI, RAPHAEL JOSEPH, JR. PH /AM 032 
1985 UMSTEAD DR. A * AC 

DIV. OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 
RALEIGH 27603 919 733-2833 

DINEEN, JAMES ROBERT ORS 065 

1616 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-2655 

DINGELDEIN, STEVEN ANDREW OPH 001 

1214 VAUGHN RD. * AC 

ALAMANCE EYE CENTER 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 228-0254 

DINGFELDER, JAMES RAY OBG 032 

180 PROVIDENCE RD. A AC 

THE TIBURON CTR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-4100 

DINKENOR, MARTHA S. C. 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2011 

DIOQUINO, RENATO MERCADO IM /PUD 059 

240 S. MAIN STREET AC 

MARION 28752 704 652-2214 

DIVERIS, JOHN MICHAEL ORS 060 

701 E. ROOSEVELT BLVD. AC 

MONROE 28110 704 541-3055 

DIXON, DIRK STANCILL, SR. R 029 

P.O. BOX 1532 AC 

LEXINGTON 27292 919 249-1515 

DIXON, JAMES WELLINGTON GS /GP 041 

P. O. BOX 20085 AC 

GREENSBORO 27420 919 378-1957 

DIXON, MARK DALE 000 

444 S. 23RD ST. R 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 251-0457 

DIXON, ROBERT ROSS PD 018 

240 18TH ST. CIRCLE, SE AC 

HICKORY 28602 704 322-2550 

DIXON, SEWELL HINTON, JR. CDS /TS 041 

1317 N. ELM ST., STE. 1 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 373-8245 

FAX 919 373-8949 

DOANE, JOHN HORTON, JR. IM /CD 034 

250 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

DOBSON, LOLO ALLEN, JR. FP 013 

115 COOK ST. * AC 

PO BOX 1058 

MT. PLEASANT 28124 704 436-6521 



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NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



i 



DODD, PATRICIA 

325 VANDERBILT RD. 

ASHEVILLE 28803 
DODD, RICHARD CRAIG 

445 BILTMORE CTR., STE. 302 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
DODDS, GEORGE MATTHEW 

525 ROBIN RD. 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 
DOFFERMYRE, LUTHER RANDOLPH 

P. O. BOX 1011 

DUNN 28334 
DOLAN, DANIEL LYNN 

9 BAIRD MOUNTAIN ROAD WEST 

ASHEVILLE 28804 
DOLINAR, LOUIS JOHN 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 

GREENVILLE 27858 
DOLS, KENNETH JOHN 

902 COX RD., STE. D 

GASTONIA 28054 
DOMBY, WILLIAM ROGER 

30 CHOCTAW STREET 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
DONAHUE, MICHAEL JOSEPH 

1505 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE 

WILMINGTON 28401 
DONALD, WILLIAM BLANTON, JR. 

624 QUAKER LANE. SUITE 202-C 

HIGH POINT 27262 
DONALDSON, D. SCOTT 

102 SARA LANE #B 

GREENVILLE 27834 
DONALDSON, JONATHAN T. 

4310 BEECHNUT LN. 

DURHAM 27707 
DONAYRE, LUIS ERNESTO 

144 JEFFERSON STREET 

WHITEVILLE 28472 
DONGRE, SHRIKUMAR SHRIPAD 

1216 BROOK ACRES TRAIL 

CLEMMONS 27012 
DONOHUE, JAMES FRANCIS 

UNO 724 BURNETT-WOMACK 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
DONOVAN, MICHAEL P. 

605 JONES FERRY RD.. APT, Q9R 

CARRBORO 27510 
DOOLEY, MARY ANNE 

BOX 2918, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684 

DOOLITTLE, ROBERT PRINCE ADL /IM 

UNC-G STUDENT HEALTH CENTER 

GREENSBORO 27412 919 334' 

DORENBUSCH, ALFRED ADOLPH OTO 

2732 HAMPTON AVE. A 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
DORFMAN, MARGARET JEANNE 

6320 QUADRANGLE DR., STE. 330 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
DORMAN, BRUCE HUGH 

2001 S. 17TH STREET 

WILMINGTON 28401 
DORN, ROBERT M. 

PO BOX 815 

BOILING SPRINGS 28017 
DORNBLAZER, GEORGE HENRY 

1332 HARDING PLACE 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
DORSETT, FLETCHER I. 

2020 HOLLYROOD STREET 

WINSTON-SALEM 27107 
DORSETT, JOHN DEWEY, JR. 

411 BILLINGSLEY RD. #105 

CHARLOTTE 28211 



GS /GYN 

A 

704 274- 
IM END 

A 

704 253- 



919 966 
FP 

A 
919 892 
IM/CD 
A 

704 658 
P 



919 551- 
ORS 

704 864- 
PUD /IM 

A 

704 255 
D 
A P * 
919 763 
OPH 

919 884-; 

A 
919 758 
U 
A 
919 684 
GS/TS 
A 
919 642 

AN 
A 

919 760 
PUD /IM 

919 966 



704 334- 
P 

919 490 
ORS 

919 763 
FP 

704 434 
P 
A 

704 342 
IM 
A 

919 723 
IM /CD 



DORTON, PHILLIP KEVIN 

1302 LEXINGTON AVE. 

THOMASVILLE 27360 
DOSS, GEORGE WESTON 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL 

P. O. BOX 1101 

ASHEVILLE 28802 
DOTTERER, ELIZABETH JAMES 

118 HAWKINS AVENUE 

SANFORD 27330 



704 333- 
FAX 704 372- 
OBG 
A 
919 475- 

P 
A 

704 254- 
IM /GYN 

A 
919 776- 



011 

L/RT 

2795 
011 
AC 

6812 

032 

R 

4131 

043 

L 

4151 
011 
AC 

2677 
074 
AC 

2986 
036 
AC 

6723 
011 
AC 

7733 
065 
AC 

1555 
040 
AC 

2242 

074 

S 

4695 

032 

R 

8111 
024 
AC 

3136 
034 
AC 

5180 
032 
AC 

2531 
032 
R 

032 
R 

2949 
041 
AC 

5340 
060 

L/RT 

0498 
032 
AC 

■6474 
065 
AC 

■7344 
023 
AC 

■2281 
060 
AC 

■2577 
034 

L/RT 

•5732 
060 
AC 

•4175 

■7016 
029 
AC 

•6139 
011 
AC 

3201 
053 

L 
5723 



DOTTERER, JOHN EMANUEL 

118 HAWKINS AVENUE 

SANFORD 27330 
DOUGHERTY, KEVIN E. 

RALEIGH MEDICAL PLAZA 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD. 

RALEIGH 27609 
DOUGLAS, ARTHUR EUGENE, JR. 

4900 INDEPENDENCE BLVD. #28 

LUMBERTON 28358 
DOUGLAS, BENJAMIN 

2 MITCHELL RD. 

SYLVA 28779 
DOUGLAS, EDGAR SMITH. JR 

101 BETHESDA DRIVE 

GREENVILLE 27834 



GER /FP 053 

A L 

919 776-5723 

IM 092 

AC 



DOUGLAS, JOHN MUNROE 

4107 POMFRET LN. 

CHARLOTTE 28211 
DOUGLAS, MICHAEL ERIN 

301 BIRCH STREET 

BOONE 28607 
DOUGLASS, DONALD PERRY 

401 WESTWOOD AVENUE 

HIGH POINT 27262 



919 878-0219 

P 078 

A AC 

919 738-8230 

OTO /HNS 050 

A AC 

7C4 586-7474 

OBG 074 

A AC 

919 758-4181 

FAX 919 758-2603 

IM 060 

A L/RT 

704 366-0267 

AN 095 

AC 

704 264-4691 

GS /TS 040 

A P AC 

919 887-4066 

FAX 919 887-4069 

PD 007 

AC 



DOVER, CARL THOMAS, JR. 

312 S. MCCASKEYRD. 

PO BOX 845 

WILLIAMSTON 27892 919 792-8101 

DOWDESWELL, ROBERT HORTON PTH 045 

735 SIXTH AVE., WEST AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 697-6781 

DOWDY. DAVID A. CD 060 

700 E. STONEWALL ST., STE. 760 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28202 704 322-5117 

DOWLING, MICHAEL SCOTT IM 032 

1301 FAYETTEVILLE ST. R 

DURHAM 27707 919 683-1316 

DOWNEY, LUCY MCMASTER BIDDLE PD 076 

350 N. COX ST. #8 A AC 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 626-3560 

DOWNS, POSEY EDGAR, JR. OBG 060 

16601 ONE HUNDRED NORMAN PL. L'RT 

HUNTERSVILLE 28078 704 376-1612 

DOYLE, GREGORY WM. R 041 

1013 PROFESSIONAL VILL. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-6481 

DOYLE, KEVIN MICHAEL 032 

12-B TARAWA TERRACE S 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-6267 

DOYLE, LORRAINE KERLICK ORS /HS 011 

111 VICTORIA AT OAKLAND RD. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-7331 

DOYLE, OWEN WILLIAM DR 041 
1013 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE A * AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-6481 

DOYLE, RAYMOND THOMAS IM /HEM 064 

1051 COUNTRY CLUB DR. A AC 
PO BOX 7828 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 937-4084 

DRAELOS, MICHAEL T. GE 040 

624 QUAKER LN. STE. C-100 AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 885-8158 

DRAELOS, ZOE DIANA D 040 

1311 COUNTRY CLUB DR. A * AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 887-3195 

DRAFFIN, RICHARD MARION PTH 032 

PO BOX 15643 A * AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 470-5251 

DRAKE, ALMOND JERKINS, III IM 000 

DEPT. OF ENDO-CODE 0253 A R 
NNMC 
BETHESDA, MD 20814 

DRAKE, AMELIA FISCHER 
UNC, CB 7070 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 



DRAKE, SAMUEL THOMAS 

603 COX ROAD 
GASTONIA 28054 
DRAKE, WILTON RODWELL, JR. 

VANCE MEDICAL ARTS CENTER 
HENDERSON 27536 



301 295-5165 
PD 032 
AC 
919 966-3341 
FAX 919 966-7656 
GE /IM 036 
AC 
704 867-3585 
FP 091 
AC 
919 492-3152 



DRAY, GREGORY JOSEPH 

20 MCDOWELL ST. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
DREILING, DALE T. 

510 N. ELAM AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27403 
DRENKHAHN, JANE ELLEN 

3509 THAMESFORD RD. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28311 
DRENNING, DAVID HUMPHREY 

1307 BEVERLY DR. 

RICHMOND, VA 23229 
DREW, JOHN EDWIN 

P. O. BOX 337 

MACCLESFIELD 27852 
DRIVER, ALBERT GARDNER, JR. 

DEPT OF MEDICINE 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 



011 
AC 

7521 

041 

AC 

919 852-3800 

032 

S 

3927 
045 
AC 



HS /ORS 

A 

704 253 
FP 



919 488 
IM 



FP 

A 

919 827- 
PUD IM 



919 551 
FAX 919 551 
DROEGEMUELLER. WILLIAM GYN 

908 WOODBINE DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966 

DROSSMAN, DOUGLAS ARNOLD GE /PYM 
UNC. 324 CLINICAL SCIENCE BLDG 



CHAPEL HILL 27599 
DRUMMOND, JACK NEWTON 

GRANTHAM MEDICAL CLINIC 

RT. 1, BOX 100-C 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
DUBOSE, JOHN MCNEELY 

P. O. BOX 1316 

KINSTON 28501 
DUCK, SIGSBEE WALTER 

624 QUAKE LN., STE. 301 -D 

HIGH POINT 27262 
DUCK, WALTER OTIS 

DRAWER 729 

MARS HILL 28754 
DUCKETT, CHARLES HOWARD 

DEPT. OF FAMILY MEDICINE 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 



DUDLEY, ALLISON JOHNSON 

2317 RANDOLPH ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
DUDLEY, BARBARA MARIE 

1226TREYBROOKE CIR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
DUDLEY, CHARLES COUNCIL, JR. 

320 IVY CIRCLE 

ELKIN 28621 
DUDLEY, JOSEPH BOYLES 

3333 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
DUDLEY, R. ADAMS 

3611 UNIVERSITY DR., APT. 9-S 

DURHAM 27707 
DUFFY, CHARLES 

1506 LUCERNE WAY 

NEW BERN 28560 
DUGGINS, STEPHANIE MURPHY 

1608-M NORTHWEST BLVD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
DULA, FREDERICK MAST, JR. 

401 MOCKSVILLE AVE., STE. 100 

SALISBURY 28144 
DULIN, THOMAS LEROY 

200 GREENWICH RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28211 



919 966 
FP 



919 689 
TS/GS 
A 

919 522 
OTO 

919 883 

FP 
A 

704 689 
FP 

A 

919 551 
FAX 919 551 
PD 



704 376- 

A 
919 758- 
PTH /FP 

A 

919 835 
PTH 

A 

919 760 



919 383 
FP 

A 
919 637 



DUMAS, MARK NEAL 

313 AIRPORT RD. 

KINSTON 28501 
DUMMIT, ELDON STEVEN, JR. 

P. O. BOX 1378 

SANFORD 27330 
DUNAWAY, BYRON EDWARD 

PO BOX 1460 

STATESVILLE 28677 



A 
919 724- 

R 
A 
704 633- 

FP 
A 

704 366 
FAX 704 365 
IM 

919 522 
PTH 

A 

919 774- 
ORS 



704 878 
FAX 704 878 
DUNAWAY, HOWARD YATES, III ORS 

120 PROVIDENCE RD. A 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377 



033 " 

AC 
5231 
074 " 
AC 

4653 
2012 

032 

AC 
5281 

032 

AC 
2511 

096 

AC 

2222 

054 

AC 
1626 

040 

AC 
1366 

057 
L/RT 
■2411 

074 

AC 

-2608 
-8040 

060 

AC 
5572 

074 
' S 
7006 

086 

RT 
2931 

034 

AC 
5840 

032 
S 
6387 

025 

L 

2077 

034 
Si 
7480 

080 

AC 
1023 

060 

AC 
5002 
4194 

054 

AC 
3072 

053 

AC 
2272 

049 

AC 
2011 
-2563 

060 

AC 
0351 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



55 



DUNCAN, STACY ALLEN, JR. FP 043 

306 W. EDGERTON STREET AC 

DUNN 28334 919 892-2151 

DUNHAM, CYNTHIA BYRD IM /NEP 032 

9420 BRIDLE SPUR ROAD A R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 942-2242 

DUNKELBERG. RAY HAMILTON IM NEP 088 

NEWLAND MED. BLDG. A AC 

BREVARD 28712 704 884-9030 

| DUNLAP, BENJAMIN EMERSON FP 049 

925-C THOMAS STREET * AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 872-7636 

DUNLAP, JACK ERWYN ORS 078 

4320 FAYETTEVILLE ROAD AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-0634 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM MARSHALL ON /IM 092 

3521 HAWORTH DR. A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-1806 

DUNN, ERNEST CLINTON, JR. GP 025 

PO BOX 729 A AC 
PAMLICO MEDICAL CTR, PA 

BAYBORO 28515 919 633-1616 

DUNN, FREDRICK LAURENCE END DIA 032 

BOX 3939, DUMC A P AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3319 

FAX 919 684-8747 

DUNN, JACK NEWTON U 045 

807 BARBARA BLVD. AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 692-2197 

DUNN, JAMES RALPH, JR. GS /TS 092 

109 MISS GEORGIA CT. A * AC 

CARY 27511 919 733-5401 

DUNN, KATHLEEN ANNE GPM 074 

DEPT. OF PREVENTIVE MED. A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2980 

DUNN, LAURIE LOUISE NPM PD 092 

3000 NEW BERN AVE. AC 
WAKE AHEC 

RALEIGH 27610 919 755-8545 

DUNN, THADDEUS L. PUD /CC 065 

1515 DOCTORS CIRCLE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-5182 

FAX 919 762-9419 

DUPUY, DAVID NORRIS ORS 060 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD A AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 365-21 1 1 

DUPUY, SAMUEL STUART U 060 

301 HAWTHORNE LANE A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 374-0236 

DURFEE, MICHAEL FULK ADL PD 092 

WAKE TEEN MEDICAL SERVICES AC 
619 0BERLIN RD. 

RALEIGH 27605 919 828-0035 

DURHAM, CECIL TRACY, JR. N 011 

7 MCDOWELL STREET A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-7776 

DUROCHER, KEVIN HOWARD P 065 

2311 CANTERWOOD DR. A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-9606 

DURR, ROBERT ALAN PUD /IM 092 

3320 OLD WAKE FOREST RD. AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-4850 

DURR, WALTER JACOB GS 050 

P. O. BOX 455 A L 

SYLVA 28779 704 586-2176 

DUSZAK, RICHARD, JR. DR 032 

2 HITCHING RACK CT R 

DURHAM 27713 919 681-2711 

DUSZLAK, EDWARD J., JR. DR 001 

3029 S. FAIRWAY DR. * AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 228-1371 

DUTTON, JONATHAN JOSEPH OPH /ON 032 

BOX 3802, DUKE EYE CENTER A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3142 

DUVALL, PAUL BRANDON FP 088 

NEWLAND MED. BLDG. AC 
GALLIMORE ROAD 

BREVARD 28712 704 884-9030 

DWANE, RICHARD JOHN OBG 032 

BOX 3232, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-5123 

DYE, DAVID GODDARD ORS 041 

809 GREEN VALLEY RD. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-3325 

FAX 919 275-5346 



DYER, JEFFREY JAMES OTO 034 

211-21 DALEWOOD DR. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 659-8455 

DYER, RAYMOND BRUCE DR 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 
DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4316 

DYKERS, JOHN REGINALD, JR. FP 019 

P. O. BOX 565 AC 
422 N. IVY AVENUE 

SILER CITY 27344 919 663-2931 

DYKES, JAMES RUSSELL FP 032 

114 SWIFT AVE. AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 286-7755 

DYMOND, JOHN BOOTH, JR. 074 

40 COUNTRY CLUB DR. A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 355-3178 

EADIE, EDWARD B., JR. U 070 

1134 N. ROAD STREET A P AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 338-4141 

EAGLE, ELIZABETH ANNE DR 041 

PO BOX 13005 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27415 919 379-4140 

EAGLES, ARCHIE YELVERTON IM 008 

RT. #2, BOX 25 A L/RT 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-5596 

EAKINS, JOEY WILLIAM IM /ID 065 

6436 QUAIL RUN ROAD AC 

WILMINGTON 28409 919 343-9991 

FAX 919 343-8448 

EARL, JOHN KEITH FP 018 

210 13TH AVE. PLACE. N.W. AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 328-2941 

EARLY, IRA G., SR. IM /CD 034 

3004 BUENA VISTA RD. L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 722-6010 

EARNEST, ROBERT RHEA PD /ADL 044 

102 HOSPITAL DR AC 

CLYDE 28721 704 452-2211 

EARNHARDT, JAMES FREDERICK PD 034 

3318 HEALY DRIVE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-8490 

EARP, HENRY SHELTON, III END /IM 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3338 

FAX 919 966-3015 

EASLEY, ELEANOR BEAMER GYN /OBS 032 

750 WEAVER DAIRY RD. #141 A LRT 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 968-8229 

EASLEY, HENRY ALEXANDER, Ml OBG 074 

101 BETHESDA DR. A * AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-4181 

EASLEY, KEVIN OWEN OBG /LM 074 

101 BETHESDA DR A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-4181 

EASOM. HERMAN FRANKLIN PUD 098 

118 CANTERBURY RD. A L 

WILSON 27893 919 243-4752 

EASON, ERNEST BERNARD IM 001 

1522 VAUGHN RD. * AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 226-1658 

EASON, GEORGE WILLIAM DR 010 

711 FOREST HILLS DR. C 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 399-8112 

FAX 919 457-0006 

EASON, MARGIE BEAZLEY P 034 

2729 SAWGRASS COURT A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2011 

EASON, PAUL RICHARD IM 034 

2729 SAWGRASS COURT A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2011 

EASTERBROOK, JAMES STILWELL DR 026 

101 ROBESON ST., STE. 100 A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28301 919 483-9900 

EASTERLING, WILLIAM E., JR. GYN /END 032 
UNC, MACNIDER BLDG. CB 7000 A * AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-5214 

EASTMAN, JOSEPH RILUS, III PTH /BLB 074 

DEPT.OF CLI. PTH/DIAG.MED. A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-5094 

EASTMAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR. 074 

1311 TREYBROOKE CIR. A * S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 830-6983 



EASTON, EDWARD JAMES, JR. NM /DR 060 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY A AC 

PO BOX 36937 

CHARLOTTE NC 28236 704 373-2430 

EASTWOOD, FREDERICK THOMAS PD 092 

P. O. BOX 30203 A L/RT 

RALEIGH 27622 919 787-1961 

EATON, HUBERT ARTHUR, JR. IM 065 

P. O. BOX 982 AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-5453 

EATON, LISLE A., JR. PTH 032 

8 WHITE OAK TR. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 966-4334 

EATON, ROBERT FARRELL ORS 045 

1027 FLEMING STREET A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 692-5781 

EAVES, RUPERT SPENCER, JR. OPH 036 

631 COX RD. AC 

GASTON I A 28054 704 864-7789 

FAX 704 864-4884 

EBERLE, ROBERT ADAM IM 034 

3310 BROOKVIEW HILLS BLVD. #201 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 725-3591 

EBKEN, RICHARD KEPPLER GS /TS 053 

P.O. BOX 1169 A AC 

SANFORD 27330 919 775-7146 

ECKBERT, WILLIAM FOX FP 036 

P. O. BOX 309 A L 

CRAMERTON 28032 704 824-1321 

ECKLEY, GEORGE MORGAN, JR. IM 049 

569 LAKESIDE DR. A L/RT 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-4334 

ECKSTEIN, WILLIAM LAURENCE PD 067 

118-C MEMORIAL DR. AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 919 577-5199 

EDDINGER, CHARLES FREDERICK FP 080 

900 SPENCER AVE. S/RT 

SPENCER 28159 704 636-1720 

EDDINS, GEORGE EDGAR, JR. IM /CD 084 

24859 NORWOOD RD. URT 

ALBEMARLE 28801 704 982-2127 

EDELL, DEAN SCOTT PDP 032 

210 KIRKWOOD DR. A R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 681-3364 

EDGERTON, THOMAS ARTHUR CDS /TS 060 

1900 RANDOLPH RD.. STE. 216 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-1306 

FAX 704 372-3109 

EDKINS, PATRICIA TEAGUE RO 032 

UNC HOSPITALS AC 
DEPT. OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-1101 

EDMONDS, JOHN HENRY, JR. CD /IM 034 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4208 

EDMONDSON, DONALD AUSBON AN 092 

PO BOX 18139 A AC 

RALEIGH 27619 919 783-3034 

EDMONDSON, FRANK, JR. FP 076 

P. O. BOX 2628 A L/RT 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 625-3230 

EDMONDSON, MARY L. CANNING IM 092 

WAKE COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER A AC 

RALEIGH 27610 919 250-8520 

EDMUNDSON, WARNER LEE WELLS IM 092 

3900 BROWNING PLACE AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-9650 

EDWARDS, ALLEN RICHARD FP /IND 049 

RT. #3. BOX B-240 AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-0281 

EDWARDS, CARL LEON CD /C 012 

PO BOX 700 AC 
VALDESE GENERAL HOSPITAL 

VALDESE 28690 704 874-1720 

EDWARDS, CHARLES DANIEL GS 007 

PO BOX 2145 A RT 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-5370 

EDWARDS, CHARLES HILLMAN, II CDS /TS 060 

301 HAWTHORNE LANE A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 375-8413 

FAX 704 332-4602 

EDWARDS, ELLISON FRANCIS FPS /MFS 060 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD. STE. 204 AC 
CHARLOTTE 28211 

EDWARDS, ELMO STEPHEN PD 092 
2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD..STE. 501 A P * AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-7490 



56 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



EDWARDS, GEORGE SADLER, JR. HS /ORS 092 


3410 EXECUTIVE DR. 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 872-3171 


EDWARDS, GEORGE SADLER, SR. 


ORS 092 


3410 EXECUTIVE DRIVE 


AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 872-5296 


EDWARDS, JAMES L, JR. 


GE /IM 041 


1511 WESTOVER TERR. STE. 108 


A P AC 


GREENSBORO 27408 


919 378-0713 


EDWARDS, JAMES RONALD 


PTH 092 


1800 BRASSFIELD RD. 


A P * AC 


RALEIGH 27614 


919 755-8260 


EDWARDS, JOEL LYNN 


FP 034 


P. O. BOX 666 


AC 


MOCKSVILLE 27028 


704 634-6128 


EDWARDS, TIMOTHY FREEMAN 


OBG 067 


245 MEMORIAL DR. 


A AC 


JACKSONVILLE 28540 


919 353-4333 


EDWARDS, VANCE HOLDEN 


034 


1330 W. FIRST ST.. APT. C 


S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27101 


919 723-0988 


EFIRD, RANDY CLYDE 


AN 092 


PO BOX 18139 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27619 


919 783-3034 


EGAN, THOMAS MICHAEL 


TS /GS 032 


UNC, CB 7065 


A AC 


BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. 




CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-3381 


FAX 919 966-3475 


EGGERS, GERALD WOOD 


PTH 034 


3333 SILAS CREEK PKWY. 


A P AC 


DEPT. OF PATHOLOGY 




WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 760-5840 


EGLINTON, DANIEL THOMAS 


ORS 011 


53 S. FRENCH BROAD 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 252-7180 


EGUEZ, JORGE 


FP 096 


108 S ANDREWS AVE. 


AC 


GOLDSBORO 27530 


919 734-6992 


EHLE, ALBERT LAWRENCE 


N 032 


UNC, 751 BURNETT-WOMACK 


AC 


CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-3707 


EHRLICHMAN, GLORIA SOTOMAYOR PD 082 


603 BEAMAN STREET 


AC 


CLINTON 28328 


919 592-7712 


EICHENBRENNER, TIMOTHY JOHN 


PD 060 


411 BILLNGSLEY RD. #101 


AC 


PEDIATRIC & TEENAGE MEDICINE 


CHARLOTTE 28211 


704 332-8111 


EIFRIG, DAVID ERIC 


OPH 032 


UNC, DEPT. OF OPHTHALMOLOGY A AC 


CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-5296 


FAX 919 966-1908 


EISELE, JOHN EVANS 


PD /PM 074 


DEPT. OF PHYSICAL MED/REHAB 


A AC 


PO BOX 6028 




GREENVILLE 27834 


919 551-4440 


EISENACH, JAMES CONRAD 


AN 034 


FORSYTH MEMORIAL HOSP. 


A AC 


OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA 




WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 760-5295 


EISENBERG, CARL JESSE 


R 060 


2001 VAIL AVE. 


A P AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 379-5860 


EISENBERG, EDWARD F. 


AN P 032 


600 DULUTH ST. 


R 


DURHAM 27705 


919 966-5136 


EISENOFF, RICHARD SCOTT 


IM 060 


3 FAIRVIEW PLAZA, STE. 100 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28210 


919 551-4200 


EISNER, JONATHAN DAVID 


032 


601 JONES FERRY RD., APT. H-4 


R 


CARRBORO 27510 


919 966-4131 


EL-BAYADI, NAGUI R. 


GS 050 


RT. #1, BOX 51 


AC 


SYLVA 28779 


704 586-2156 


EL-DROUBI, HAZEM 


U 077 


111 MALLARD LN. 


A P AC 


ROCKINGHAM 28379 


919 997-5054 


ELAM, MOSES D 


D 032 


3150 DURALEIGH RD 


C 


RALEIGH 27615 


919 881-5408 


ELBER, ERWIN RICHARD 


070 090 


1501 E. FRANKLIN STREET 


A P * AC 


MONROE 28110 


704 289-9415 



ELESHA, WILLIAM 

1900 HAWTHORNE RD. #214 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ELIZONDO, MERCEDITAS O. 

20 N. MAIN STREET 

CLIFFSIDE 28024 
ELLEDGE, EMMETT SCOTT 

114 DEVONSHIRE DR. 

SAN ANTONIO, TX 78209 
ELLENBOGEN, CHARLES 

1601-B OWEN DRIVE 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
ELLINGTON, AMZI JEFFERSON, JR 

291 N. GRAHAM-HOPEDALE RD. 

BURLINGTON 27215 
ELLINGTON, CHARLES P., Ill 

709 CROSSTIMBERS DR. 

DURHAM 27713 
ELLINGTON, JOE C, JR. 

816 GALES AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
ELLINGTON, KENNETH RAYNOR 

202 DOCTORS BLDG. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
ELLINGTON, KENNETH S. 

4800 UNIVERSITY DR. #7-D 

DURHAM 27707 
ELLINGTON, ROBERT NORWOOD 

1904SUNNYBROOK DR. 

BURLINGTON 27215 
ELLIOTT, CHARLES MARTIN 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., STE. 300 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
ELLIOTT, HARDIE BISHOP 

47 VILLAGE GREEN 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 
ELLIOTT, JAMES FRANCIS, SR. 

ROUTE #2. BOX 405 

CREEDMOOR 27522 
ELLIOTT, JOS. ALEXANDER, JR. 

1900 RANDOLPH RD. SUITE 714 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
ELLIS, CHARLES ROBERT 

702 HIGHLAND AVE. 

PO BOX 8106 

LANDIS 28088 
ELLIS, CLARENCE ONEIL 

PO BOX 35294 

CHARLOTTE 28235 
ELLIS, DAVID A. 

630 5TH AVE. WEST 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
ELLIS, GEORGE GREENE 

P. O. BOX 789 

OLD FORT 28762 
ELLIS, GEORGE JOSEPH, JR. 

20705 POINTE REGATTA DR. 

DAVIDSON 28036 
ELLIS, JOHN NELSON 

PINEHURST SURGICAL CLINIC 

PINEHURST 28374 
ELLISON, CARROL WENDELL 

500 E. PARKER ROAD 

MORGANTON 28655 
ELLISON, GERALD LYNN 

2000 GALAX DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
ELLISTON, E. BRUCE 

206 ASHELAND AVE. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
ELLISTON, WINSTON LEON 

210 ASHELAND AVE. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
ELMORE, MILES 

10 MCDOWELL STREET 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
ELMORE, WILLIAM GLENN 

P. O. BOX 249 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 
ELSNER, HENRY JOSEPH 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST. 

GREENSBORO 27401 
ELY, EUGENE WESLEY, JR. 

1016 VERNON AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 



GS 034 


ELY, KIM ADAMS 


034 


A L 


1016 VERNON AVE. 


A R 


919 765-1610 


WINSTON-SALEM 27106 


919 761-0331 


GP /PTH 081 


ELY, RALPH LAWRENCE, III 


GS /VS 001 


AC 


316 GRAHAM-HOPEDALE RD. 


A AC 


704 657-9742 


BURLINGTON 27217 


919 227-3621 


OTO 034 


EMERY, DARYL CHARLES 


CD IM 092 


R 


3320 WAKE FOREST RD. 


AC 




RALEIGH 27615 


91 9 872-4850 


IM /ID 026 


EMERY, JOHN BLOOM, JR. 


IM 092 


A AC 


3100 DURALEIGH RD. 


AC 


919 323-1152 


RALEIGH 27615 


919 881-5404 


tiYN 001 




FAX 919 881-5630 


P AC 


ENGEL, JEFFREY PHILLIP 


IM /ID 074 


919 226-2423 


DEPT. OF MEDICINE 


AC 


OBG 032 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




R 


GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-2550 


919 966-4131 




FAX 919 551-2224 


034 


ENGELKE, STEPHEN CARL 


PD /NPM 074 


A S 


220 PINEVIEW DRIVE 


AC 


919 724-7691 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 551-4665 


AN 011 


ENGSTROM, GEORGE ALFRED 


PD 013 


AC 


40 ARDSLEY AVENUE, N.E. 


AC 


704 254-1969 


CONCORD 28025 


704 786-1145 


034 


ENGSTROM, LINCOLN L. 


R NR 064 


S 


217 KIMBERLY JO DR. 


A AC 


919 725-8939 


ROCKY MOUNT 27804 


919 443-8083 


GP IND 001 


ENNIS, GEORGE ELLIOTT 


IM /HEM 018 


AC 


912 SECOND STREET. N. E. 


AC 


919 226-2423 


HICKORY 28601 


704 328-2381 


CD /IM 060 


ENOJADO, SILVERIO CASTRO,JR. 


A AC 


P. O. BOX 308 


AC 


704 373-1503 


CLARKTON 28433 


919 647-4311 


GS /EM 063 


ENRIGHT, KATHERINE ANNE 


P /IM 032 


A AC 
919 692-7451 


BOX 3492, DUMC 


A R 


DURHAM 27710 


919 684-8111 


P 039 

A LVRT 
919 528-2433 


ENSOR, ROBERT DALE 


U 060 


1333 ROMANY ROAD 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 372-5180 


D 060 

A * L 

704 375-0043 

FP 080 

AC 




FAX 704 376-6280 


ENTERLINE, DAVID SCOTT 


DR /NR 092 


4420 LAKE BOONE TR. 
RALEIGH 27607 


AC 
919 783-3023 


ENTWISTLE, JOHN WALTER C. 


III 032 


2408 BUCKINGHAM AVE. 


S 


704 857-0137 


RICHMOND, VA 23228 




IM 060 

A P AC 

704 342-3888 

OBG 045 

AC 


ENYEDI, LAURA BARLOW 


032 


104 SIR RICHARD LANE 


A S 


CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 942-2863 


EPES, CHARLES RICHARD 


OPH 041 


3312 BATTLEGROUND AVE. 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27410 


919 282-5000 


704 692-2258 

FP 059 

AC 


EPNER, RONALD ALAN 


ORS /HS 092 


101 S.W. CARY PARKWAY 


AC 


CARY 27511 


919 467-4992 


704 668-7694 




FAX 919 481-9607 


OBG 034 


ERB, NORRIS SCRIBNER 


U 080 


AC 


8 OAK ROAD 


LVRT 


704 892-5480 


SALISBURY 28144 


704 633-2449 


ORS 063 


ERCKMAN, PAUL NEFF 


PD 090 


A AC 


MONROE CHILDREN'S CENTER, PA AC 


919 295-6831 


1307-B E. FRANKLIN ST. 




OBG 012 


MONROE 28110 


704 289-2556 


A AC 


ERDIN, ROBERT ALEXANDER, 


JR. CD /IM 040 


704 433-5700 


624 QUAKER LN., STE. E-200 


A AC 


DR 026 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 885-6168 


P AC 


ERNEST, JOSEPH MCDONALD, 


III OBG /MFM 034 


919 323-2012 


BOWMAN GRAY, DEPT. OF OBG * AC 


FP 011 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 748-4291 


* AC 




FAX 919 748-6937 


704 258-8681 


ERNST, HENRY EDWIN 


IM 013 


AI/PD 011 


167 INGLESIDE DRIVE, S.E. 


L7RT 


A AC 


CONCORD 28025 


704 782-0960 


704 253-3382 


ERRICO, JAMES MELTON 


OPH 040 


IM/NEP 011 


100 WESTWOOD AVENUE 


AC 


A AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 889-2323 


704 258-8545 


ERTISCHEK, STEPHEN DAVID 


IM GER 039 


DR 042 


1032 COLLEGE STREET 


AC 


AC 


OXFORD 27565 


919 693-6541 


919 535-2121 


ERVIN, MICHAEL LYNN 


074 


NS 041 


330 LINDSAY DR. #4G 


S 


A C 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 355-1056 


919 272-4578 


ESHELMAN, THOMAS CARL 


R 092 


034 


3909 LEWIS P OLDS WYND 


AC 


A R 


RALEIGH 27612 


919 755-3023 


919 748-4490 




FAX 919 781-9729 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



57 



ESPEY, DAN, JR. FP 018 

434 5TH ST., SE L/RT 

HICKORY 28601 704 327-0831 

ESPORAS, DEMOSTHENES CAGBALINO U 053 

2313 WESTWOOD DR. A AC 

SANFORD 27330 919 775-7146 

ESPOSITO, DAVID ANTHONY ORS 065 

1616 MEDICAL CENTER DR. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-2655 

ESTERWOOD, ANTHONY J. FP 041 

77 BELLEVIEW RD. R 

FRANKLIN 28734 704 369-21 89 

ESTES, EDWARD HARVEY, JR. IM GER 032 

3542 HAMSTEAD COURT A P * AC 

DURHAM 27707 919 684-6331 

ESTRADA, MARK D. 032 

59 FASHION PLACE A * S 

DURHAM 27705 919 382-8285 

ESTWANIK, JOSEPH JOHN ORS SM 060 

325 BILLINGSLEY RD. #201 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 334-4663 

ETHERINGTON, JOHN L. OPH /OTO 096 

2709 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE A L 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 735-3701 

EUBANKS, REAVIS THAYER GS 011 

86 VICTORIA ROAD AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-2396 

EUBANKS, WILLIAM MALCOLM, JR. GYN 060 

1712 E. FOURTH STREET A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 375-9074 

EURE, CHARLES ALLAN IM 092 

3521 HAWORTH DR. P AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-1806 

EVANGELIST, FELIX ANTHONY TS /CDS 060 
3601 E.INDEPENDENCE BLVD. ,#204 A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28205 704 563-7788 

EVANS, AMOS RAY P 074 
1705 W. SIXTH STREET, BLDG. H A P * AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-4810 

EVANS, ARTHUR T. IM 032 

UNC CB #7490 AC 
HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH CTR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-1274 

EVANS, BRYAN DEAN FP 025 

810 KENNEDY AVE. A AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-1678 

EVANS, CHARLES BRIAN OBG 034 

2927 LYNDHURST AVE. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-9350 

EVANS, DAVID ARNOLD GYN 090 

1408 E. FRANKLIN ST. A AC 

MONROE 28110 704 289-2553 

EVANS, ERNEST CRAIG GS 060 

2300 RANDOLPH RD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 376-0327 

EVANS, EVAN DAVID 032 

UNIVERSITY LAKE APTS. S 

200 BARNES ST., APT. 10-D 

CARRBORO 27510 919 968-4201 

EVANS, LISA SMITH ON 034 

3333 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760-5095 

EVANS, OTIS DRUELL, JR. OBG 023 

1 1 W. GROVER STREET L/RT 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-5258 

EVANS, ROBERT JAMES U 041 

408-A PARKWAY DR. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 274-1114 

EVANS, WALLACE NICKLES, II FP 092 

121 EDINBURGH SOUTH, STE. 100 AC 

CARY 27511 919 467-3281 

EVELEIGH, DUANE HARVEY 034 

2020 VIRGINIA RD. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 723-6627 

EVERETT, ROY NATHAN PUD 025 

PO BOX 68 A AC 

POLLOCKSVILLE 28573 919 522-4094 

EVERHART, CARLTON DHU FP 086 

91 1 WORTH ST. AC 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 919 786-5108 

EVERHART, GEORGE RAYMOND, III FP 080 

201 WOODSON AVE. A AC 
SALISBURY 28144 704 637-3373 

EVERHART, ROBERT G. CD 065 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DR. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 341-3300 



EWING, JOHN ALEXANDER 

2311 CANTERWOOD DR. 

WILMINGTON 28401 
EYERMAN, MELVIN FREDERIC 

1244 ARBOR ROAD. 444 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
EYSTER, JAMES M. 

1028 WASHINGTON ST. 

PO BOX 10956 

RALEIGH 27605 
FADIAL, JOHN MURRAY 

PO BOX 33549 

CHARLOTTE 28233 
FAGAN, JAMES ARTHUR 

PO BOX 33549 

CHARLOTTE 28233 
FAGG, JOHN ANDERSON 

2901 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
FAGUNDUS, DUNCAN MCLEOD 

210 N. EASTERN ST. 

GREENVILLE 27858 
FAHEY, PHILIP JAMES 



P 065 

A P AC 

919 251-9888 

PH 034 

A * L/RT 

919 723-7420 

DR 092 
A AC 

919 834-8733 

EM 060 

A AC 

704 384-5160 

DR /NM 060 

AC 

704 384-4056 

PS 034 

* AC 

919 765-8620 

074 

A R 

919 758-3395 

IND U 041 

A AC 



JEFFERSON-PILOT LIFE INS. CO. A 

PO BOX 21008 

GREENSBORO 27420 919 378-6482 

FAHL, JAMES COX GS 018 

24 SECOND AVENUE, N. E. A AS 

HICKORY 28601 704 328-2231 

FAILLACE, DEON F. GS 026 

1790 METROMEDICAL DR AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-2626 

FAIRCLOTH, WILLIAM JOSEPH 074 

97 BAYSWATER RD. S 

WINTERVILLE 28590 919 355-0524 

FAJARDO, AGAPITO LACSON GP 082 

407 BEAMAN ST. AC 

CLINTON 28328 919 592-1462 

FAJGENBAUM, DAVID MONIEK ORS 092 

3410 EXECUTIVE DRIVE A AC 

RALEIGH 27619 919 872-5296 

FALES, ROBERT MARTIN GS 065 

407 W. RENOVAH CIRCLE A L/RT 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 762-1285 

FALK, RONALD JONATHAN NEP /IM 032 

3034 OLD CLINIC BLDG./NEP. AC 
UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 FAX 919 966-4251 

FALLETTA, JOHN MATTHEW PHO 032 

BOX 2916, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3401 

FALLS, DARRYL LEE OBG 016 

16 MEDICAL PARK AC 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 919 726-0107 

FALVO, SAMUEL CATANZARO GS /CRS 045 

511 SIXTH AVENUE, WEST A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 693-9566 

FAN, JACK J. FP 051 

P. O. BOX 807 AC 

CLAYTON 27520 919 553-5711 

FARABOW, WILLIAM SIDNEY OBG 040 

400 N. ELM ST. A P AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 889-4353 

FARIS, JOHN CHARLES DR /NM 034 

2803 LYNDHURST AVE. A * AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-1021 

FARLEY, DYER JACKSON, JR. GS 055 

104 DOCTOR'S PARK AC 

LINCOLNTON 28092 704 735-0481 

FARLEY, ROBERT HUGH GS 041 

311 W. WENDOVER AVE. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-8415 

FARLEY, WILLIAM WINFREE PD 092 

3814 BROWNING PLACE L 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-8326 

FARMER, CHARLES DUDLEY NEP /IM 060 

928 BAXTER ST. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 374-1321 

FARMER, JOHN LOVELACE, JR. D 092 

231 BRYAN BUILDING AC 

RALEIGH 27605 919 828-0288 

FARMER, JOSEPH C, JR. OTO /OT 032 

DUKE, DEPT. OF SURGERY A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-6357 



FARMER, THOMAS WOHLSEN N /IM 032 

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A L 

751 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG 229-H 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2526 

FARMER, WOODARD EASON IM 011 

27 PARK RD. A L 

ASHEVILLE 28813 704 274-0718 

FARNHAM, ROBERT, III PTH 060 

PO BOX 33549 A * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28233 704 371-4814 

FARRELL, EDWIN GAYLE PD /ADL 014 

226-H MORGANTON BLVD. AC 
POBOX 1258 

LENOIR 28645 704 758-5111 

FARRELL, FRANK WILSON, JR. DR 034 

3155 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760-5878 

FARRINGTON, CECIL MURRAY, JR. FP 080 

401 MOCKSVILLE AVE. AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 637-1123 

FAX 704 637-1214 

FARRINGTON, JOHN KIRBY OBG 040 

307 N. LINDSAY ST. A AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 885-0149 

FARUQUE, LAURA MILLER OBG 018 

419 31 ST AVE. CT., NE AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 328-2901 

FARUQUE, MARK AHMED FP 018 

PO BOX 6306 A AC 
BETHLEHEM STATION 

HICKORY 28603 704 495-8226 

FAULKENBERRY, BRADFORD K. FP 083 

500-A LAUCHWOOD DR. AC 

LAURINBURG 28352 919 276-2439 

FAULL, CLIFFORD EDWARD ORS 050 

131 ASHEVILLE HWY. A AC 
3 EASTGATE CT. 

SYLVA 28779 704 586-5531 

FAUST, KIRK BERRY GS /VS 092 

1101 DRESSER COURT AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876-2010 

FAWCETT, THOMAS ALLEN 032 

910 CONSTITUTION DR. #406 R 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-4569 

FAX, JOHN NICHOLAS, JR. ORS 078 

500 W. 27TH ST. A P AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-4313 

FAYEZ, JAMIL ABDEL-LATIF OBG /END 034 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MEDICINE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2368 

FEARRINGTON, ERIC CD /IM 074 

1800 W. 5TH ST., STE. #2 AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-3185 

FEATHERSTON, MARK W. FP 041 

1201 PAMLICO DR. R 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 370-4236 

FEDDER, MARC IM /ID 029 

208-C W. CENTER ST. AC 
P. O BOX 557 

LEXINGTON 27292 704 249-4296 

FEDOR, JOHN MICHAEL CD /IM 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #300 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-0212 

FAX 704 373-1216 

FEE, BRUCE EDGAR R 060 

1350 S. KINGS DRIVE AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 342-8310 

FEEZOR, CHARLES NOEL FP 080 

PO BOX 4236 A L 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-1787 

FEEZOR, CHARLES NOEL, JR. U 060 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD, STE. 101 AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 366-4631 

FEHRING, THOMAS K. ORS 060 

120 PROVIDENCE ROAD A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-0351 

FEIN, ALAN BRUCE DR /IM 092 

3821 MERTON DR. A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 755-8511 

FELIX, RICHARD R. P /PYM 011 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL A * AC 
POBOX 1101 

ASHEVILLE 28802 704 254-3201 

FELKNER, RICHARD S. OTO 060 

1600 E. THIRD STREET A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 358-41 1 1 



58 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



FELTON, ROBERT LEE, JR. 

PO BOX 57 

WATERFORD, VA 22190 
FELTS, JOHN HARVEY 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
FENCL, RAYMOND JOHN 

180-0 PARKWOOD 

ELKIN 28621 
FENNING, ROBERT LAWRENCE 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
FERDON, BENJAMIN BETHEA 

3100 BLUE RIDGE BLVD., #300 

RALEIGH 27612 
FERGUSON, ALFRED LEA 

6 DOCTORS PARK 

GREENVILLE 27834 
FERGUSON, BERRYLIN JUNE 

PO BOX 15249 

3901 ROXBORO RD. 

DURHAM 27704 
FERGUSON, BILLY LEE 

614 PASTEUR DR. 

GREENSBORO 27403 
FERGUSON, GEORGE BURTON 

1110W. MAIN STREET 

DURHAM 27701 
FERGUSON, JOHN V. 

512 MAPLE AVE. 

REIDSVILLE 27320 
FERGUSON, STEPHEN DEXTER 

403 E. STATESVILLE AVE. 

MOORESVILLE 28155 
FERGUSON, WILLIAM CLAY 

2680 REYNOLDS DRIVE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
FERNALD, GERALD WALLACE 



GP 



063 

A L 

703 882-3743 
NEP /IM 034 

AC 
919 748-4304 
U 086 
A AC 

919 526-2000 
ON /HEM 060 
A AC 

704 365-0760 
IM 092 

P AC 

919 781-7500 
NEP /IM 074 
A P * AC 
919 752-8880 
OTO /A 032 
A AC 

919 479-4100 

PD 041 

A P AC 

919 292-8240 

OTO 032 

A L 

919 682-9341 

OBG 079 

AC 

919 342-6063 

IM 049 

AC 

704 663-4443 

GS /TS 034 

A AC 

919 765-8020 

PD /ID 032 



FIELD, BOB LEWIS 

1239 W. HENDERSON ST. 
SALISBURY 28144 
FIELDS, KARL BERTRAND 
902 CAROLINA ST. 
GREENSBORO 27401 



509 BURNETT-WOMACK. CB 7220 AC 
UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2069 
FAX 919 966-7299 

FERNANDEZ, CHARLES RAYMOND ID /IM 060 

1350 S. KINGS DRIVE * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 342-8000 

FAX 704 332-7020 

FERNANDEZ, GONZALO GABRIEL DR 032 

3224 COACHMAN'S WAY R 

DURHAM 27705 919 681-2711 

FERNANDEZ, MARC EVAN 034 

1516 ACADEMY ST. A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2011 

FERRARI, CAROLYN JEAN 034 

408 WASHINGTON ST S 
PORTSMOUTH, VA 23704 

FERREE, CAROLYN RUTH BLACK TR 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A P * AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4981 

FERREE, CHARLES ELLIOT IM 060 

10512 PARK ROAD EXT. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 365-0760 

FERRELL, PAUL BRENT RHU /IM 023 

808 SCHENCK ST. A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-1482 

FAX 704 482-0811 

FERRELL, WM. GREGORY 092 

3117 AGECROFTRD. A C 

RALEIGH 27608 919 782-3456 

FERRY, SENECA TAYLOR, II EM /FP 016 

P. O. BOX 8 A AC 

SMYRNA 28579 919 729-7831 

FETTER, BERNARD FRANK PTH /DMP 032 

3836 SOMERSET DR. A * L/RT 
DURHAM 27707 

FETTERS, MICHAEL DERWIN FP 032 

NC MEM. HOSP. PO BOX 513 R 
FAMILY PRACTICE CTR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2491 

FEUER, ABE LAWRENCE OTO 036 

1006 FAIRFIELD DR. L/RT 

GASTONIA 28054 704 864-2222 

FEWELL, JOSEPH EURANUS, JR. PS 018 

415 N. CENTER ST., STE. 201 AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 322-8380 

FICKLEN, CONWAY HAMILTON OBG 065 

PO BOX 10338 A RT 

WILMINGTON 28405 919 256-3554 



FP 080 

A L 

704 636-0732 

FP 041 

A AC 

919 379-4133 

FIGLESTHALER, WILLIAM MATTHEW 032 

113 COLERIDGE COURT S 

CARRBORO 27510 919 942-2723 

FIGUEROA, ELIZABETH PD 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AC 
DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2535 

FINA, MICHAEL FRANCIS GE /IM 034 

1901 S. HAWTHORNE RD, #310 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760-4340 

FAX 919 765-2869 

FINCH, MICHAEL ALAN 074 

3206 BRASSWOOD CT. #4 AS 
GREENVILLE 27834 

FINCHER, ROBERT CHARLES, JR. P /PH 040 

107 SPENCER STREET A * L/RT 

HIGH POINT 27265 919 883-8914 

FINDLAY, JEAN MARJORIE HEY PD 032 

14 CLEARWATER DR. AC 

DURHAM 27707 919 286-2202 

FINESTONE, DOUGLAS HOWARD P /PYA 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MED. AC 
DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2986 

FINGER. FREDERICK ELI, III NS 060 

1010 EDGEHILL RD NORTH A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 376-1605 

FAX 704 335-8448 

FINK, EMMA SLOOP FP 006 

BOX 426 A L 

CROSSNORE 28616 704 733-4367 

FINK, GARY LEE IM /EM 080 

BROWN ST., P. O BOX 610 AC 

FAITH 28041 704 279-8329 

FINKLEA, LEE KILPATRICK PD 034 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

FINKLEA, ORION TOWNSEND U 060 

1333 ROMANY ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 26204 704 372-5180 

FINLEY, CHARLES DAVID 074 

1-BGREENRIDGE APTS. A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-7129 

FINLEY, JAMES LEO PTH 074 

DEPT. OF CLI. PTH. BRODY 1F79 A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4495 

FINN, RICHARD CONNELL OBG 034 

250 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

FIORILLI, MARIO GRAZIA ID IM 042 

220 SMITH CHURCH ROAD AC 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 535-3001 

FISCHER, GARY JAY DR 041 

P.O. BOX 13005 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27415 919 379-4140 

FISCHER, JANET JORDAN ID /IM 032 

N. C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AC 
UNC CB 7030 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2536 

FISCHER, JOSEPH WILLIAM R 065 

4608 CEDAR ST., STE. 112 A AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 395-4668 

FISCHER, MARTIN JOSEPH TS /GS 011 

520 BILTMORE AVENUE AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-7357 

FISCHER, NEWTON D. OTO /HNS 032 

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3341 

FISH, HARRY GUSTAV, JR. GS 064 

100 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL A L/RT 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-9084 

FISHER, CARL ELLIS PD 036 

902-C COX ROAD A AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 867-5356 

FISHER, DAVID GEORGE PD /NPM 060 

PO BOX 32861 A AC 
CAROLINAS MED. CTR. 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-31 56 



FISHER, DAVID RUSSELL R 026 

127 THORNCLIFF DR. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 323-2012 

FISHER, EARL ELLIOTT, JR. PD 098 

1700 S. TARBORO STREET A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 399-2277 

FISHER, EDWARD CARL OBG 060 

449 N. WENDOVER RD. * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 373-1541 

FISHER, ERNEST WOODROW FP 056 

102 GEORGIA ROAD A L'RT 

FRANKLIN 28734 704 524-5752 

FISHER, JOHN APFEL PD 096 

104 CASHWELL DR. AC 

GOLDSBORO 27534 919 830-3426 

FISHER, MARSHALL LOUIS P 060 

140 E. 83RD ST.. APT. 11-C L'RT 

NEW YORK, NY 10028 212 535-8747 

FISHER, OTIS NORWOOD R 041 

P. O. BOX 13005 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27415 919 379-4360 

FISHER, ROBERT H. Al /IM 074 

DEPT. OF MED ALLERGY A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2562 

FISHER, SAMUEL RANKIN HNS OTO 032 

BOX 3805, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-4201 

FAX 919 684-4611 

FISHER, WILLIAM SLOAN, III OTO 034 

175 CHARLOIS BLVD. STE. 101 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-3361 

FISHMAN, JOHN JAY AN 065 

1227 MEDICAL CTR. DR. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 395-1150 

FISSCHER, ROLF HENDRIK P IN 065 

2023 S. 17TH ST. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 343-0151 

FITCH, DUANE DOUGLAS GE IM 098 

1704 S. TARBORO ST. A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-7001 

FITCH, ROBERT DOUGLAS ORS PDS 032 

BOX 2911, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3104 

FITZ, THOMAS EDMUNDS IM /CD 018 

2133 9THST. NW URT 

HICKORY 28601 704 324-6346 

FITZGERALD, DWIGHT MELVIN GS /TS 018 

ROUTE #2, BOX 196 AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 322-8485 

FITZGERALD, JOHN HILL GP /PD 055 

626 CLARK DRIVE A L 

LINCOLNTON 28092 704 735-8257 

FITZGERALD, ROBERT GREESON GP 073 

P. O BOX 856 A LRT 

ROXBORO 27573 919 599-1131 

tFITZPATRICK, JOHN FRANCIS PTH /IM 076 

RANDOLPH PATHOLOGY A L/RT 
P. O. BOX 1948 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 629-3282 

FLANAGAN, TONY E. OBG 092 

3020 NEW BERN AVE., STE. 460 AC 

RALEIGH 27610 919 821-1440 

FLANNELLY, CHRISTINA MARIE 032 

108-D WEATHERSTONE DR R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-4131 

FLANNERY, JOHN EDWARD IM 077 

BOX 1537 A AC 

ROCKINGHAM 28379 919 582-0004 

FLEISHMAN, HENRY ARNOLD GS /CD 079 

515 THOMPSON ST., STE. B AC 

EDEN 27288 919 623-9118 

FLEISHMAN, LAWRENCE MARK IM 060 

7110 LAWYER'S ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28227 704 568-6500 

FLEISHMAN, MALCOLM IM /CD 026 

P.O. BOX 35126 * AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28303 919 484-0144 

FLEISHMAN, STEPHEN BAER P /CHP 026 

2619TORCROSS DR. A P AC 
CUMBERLAND MENTAL HEALTH DEPT. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-0601 

FLEMING, BARBARA BURCH IM 092 

2904 AUGUSTA CT. A * AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 733-7081 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



59 



OPH 078 
A * AC 

919 739-0606 

N 074 

AC 

919 752-4848 

FAX 919 792-0476 

AN 042 

A AC 

919 535-8185 

ABS 060 

A L7RT 

704 332-6896 

PD 092 



FLEMING, CHRISTOPHER PAUL 

202 W. 28TH ST. 
LUMBERTON 28358 
FLEMING, DUARD FRANCIS, JR. 

2501 STANTONSBURG RD. 
GREENVILLE 27834 

FLEMING, GEORGE EDWARD 

PO BOX 190 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 

FLEMING, LAURENCE EDWIN 
1116 PROVIDENCE ROAD 
CHARLOTTE 28207 

FLEMING, ROBERT HENRY 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD..STE 501 A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-7490 

FLEMING, STEPHEN G. ORS 095 

30 DOCTORS PARK A AC 

BOONE 28607 704 264-1100 

FLEMING, WILLIAM LEROY GPM IM 032 

UNO DEPT. OF FAMILY MED. A L/RT 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-5744 

FLETCHER, RICHARD VAN. JR. GYN 040 

721 N. ELM ST., STE. 102 AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 889-8900 

FLETCHER, ROBERT GEORGE OM /FP 034 

401 N. MAIN STREET A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27102 919 741-3024 

FLETCHER, ROBERT HILLMAN IM /PH 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-1274 

FLETCHER, SUZANNE WRIGHT IM /PH 032 

UNC. DEPT, OF MEDICINE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2276 

FLEURY, ROBERT ANDRE P /ALD 063 

PO BOX 56 A * AC 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 692-6471 

FLIPPO, TERESA SKIDMORE 060 

5608 ALEXA RD. R 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 355-3176 

FLOOD, ROY DEVONNE FP 008 

BOX #7, SPRING BRANCH ROAD AC 

MURFREESBORO 27855 919 398-3323 

FLORES, RODOLFO FLORES FP /IM 034 

P. O. BOX 96 A AC 

DANBURY 27016 919 593-8281 

FLOURNOY, JOHN EPPES R 054 

KINSTON CLINIC. NORTH A AC 
DOCTORS DRIVE 

KINSTON 28501 919 527-7077 

FLOWE, BENJAMIN HUGH GS TS 013 
56 LAKE CONCORD ROAD, N.E. A P AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 786-1105 

FLOYD, ANDERSON GAYLE GP 024 

302 N. THOMPSON STREET L/RT 

WHITEVILLE 28472 919 642-2150 

FLOYD, HERBERT MYNATT AN 034 

3551 BUENA VISTA ROAD A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 748-8611 

FLOYD, WALTER LAWRENCE CD /IM 032 

BOX 2997, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2845 

FLYTHE, WILLIAM HENRY IM 040 

201 GREENSBORO RD., BOX 212 A L 

HIGH POINT 27260 919 882-8933 

FOGLEMAN, ROSS LEE, JR. FP 054 

KINSTON CLINIC AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 527-7194 

FOIL, MARY BETH GS 074 

DEPT, OF SURGERY A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
GREENVILLE 27858 

FOLDS, WILLIAM FRANKLIN FP 034 

2909 MAPLEWOOD AVE. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-9575 

FOLGER, JOHN RUSSELL, JR. FP /PH 088 

101 WATER OAK SUITES A AC 

BREVARD 28712 704 966-9633 

FOLLMER, RONALD LESTER N 060 

PO BOX 32861 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-4053 

FOLLO, PAIGE BILL PD 041 

1209 MAGNOLIA STREET A * AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 273-2879 

FONTAINE, TIMOTHY PAUL OBG 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD., STE. 300 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-5391 



FONTRIER, TOINETTE HELEN 

8220 WHITE WATER DR. 

CLEMMONS 27012 
FOOTE, MARGARET J.G. 

2473 FOXWOOD DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
FORAUER, ANDREW R. 

2230 SUNDERLAND RD. #35E 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
FORBES, JOSEPH DAVIDSON 

431-LPARK RIDGE LN. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
FORBES, MARY J. 

602 1/2-B S. COLUMBIA ST. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
FORBES, THOMAS EARL 

P. O. BOX 659 

REIDSVILLE 27320 
FORD, C. STEPHEN 

624 QUAKER LN., STE. 206C 

HIGH POINT 27262 
FORD, CHARLES PHILLIP, JR. 

5216 EMERALD DR. 

EMERALD ISLE 28594 
FORD, MARSHA DEAN 

1313 CEDAR LANE 

CHARLOTTE 28226 
FORD, ROBERT VIRGIL, JR. 

3175 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
FORDHAM, CHRISTOPHER C, III 

522 MORGAN CREEK RD. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
FORE, STEVEN RONALD 



AN 034 

A AC 

919 766-4321 
FP /GP 032 

AC 
919 933-9932 

034 

A S 

919 765-2970 

034 
R 

032 

S 

919 942-4789 

FP 079 

A L/RT 

919 349-5324 

N 040 

A P AC 

919 885-2422 

OM 054 

A L/RT 

919 354-3018 

EM /IM 060 

A AC 

704 355-3181 

PD 034 

A AC 

919 768-7030 

IM /NEP 032 

A AC 

919 929-6946 

OBG 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD..STE. 300 A P AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-5391 

FOREHAND, BILLIE J. 032 

30 SPRING GARDEN APTS. A S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 

FOREHAND, MARY L. PD 065 

1628 DOCTORS CIR. A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-2476 

FOREMAN, ARTHUR S. AN 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 724-4210 

FOREMAN, FRANK LEROY D 049 

550 BROOKDALE DR. AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-0545 

FOREMAN, ROBERT HUGH FP 041 

603 DOLLY MADISON RD. * AC 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 294-6190 

FOREMAN, SUSAN DOWNER PD 074 

300 BETHESDA DR AC 
GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-7141 

FOREST, KARA MICHELLE P 032 

113 SNOWCREST TRAIL A R 

DURHAM 27707 919 489-6562 

FORGY, BYRON KEITH GS 012 

341 E. PARKER ROAD AC 

MORGANTON 28655 704 433-6390 

FAX 704 438-8589 

FORHAN, SARA ELLEN OBG 041 

301 E. WENDOVER AVE. A AC 
GREENSBORO 27401 919 273-2835 

FAX 919 274-4594 

FORREST, TERRY LEE OPH 096 

PO BOX 10907 AC 

GOLDSBORO 27532 919 734-8440 

FORREST, WILLIAM WOMBLE PTH 041 

WESLEY LONG HOSPITAL A S/RT 

P. O. DRAWER X-3 
GREENSBORO 27402 919 854-6463 

FORRESTER, JAMES SUMMERS FP /GPM 036 
P. O. BOX 459 A AC 

STANLEY 28164 704 263-4716 

FORSBERG, DAVID A. 032 

1601 CLIFF ST. R 

DURHAM 27707 919 681-2711 

FORSHEY, ALAN GRAY FP 018 

105-B SOUTH MAIN AC 

NEWTON 28658 704 465-3928 

FORSTNER, JAMES ROBERT FP 010 

250 E. 11THST. A AC 

SOUTHPORT 28461 919 457-9564 

FORT, LYNN, III GS /TS 060 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD. 201 -W AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 364-8100 



FORT, WILKINSON DAVIS 

1000 N. FIFTH STREET 
ALBEMARLE 28001 
FORTIER, KENNETH JOSEPH 



OBG 084 

A * AC 

704 982-8112 

OBG 092 

4420 LAKE BOONE TR„ STE. 303 A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-5513 

FORTNEY, AUSTIN POWELL IM 040 

P. O. BOX 579 A AC 

JAMESTOWN 27282 919 454-3151 

FORTNEY, JENNIFER TAYLOR AN 032 

BOX 3094. DUMC A * AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2945 

FORTNEY, SIDNEY RAY IM /END 013 

68 LAKE CONCORD ROAD, N.E, A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-3135 

FORTUNE, ALEXANDER F. AN 041 

1816 PEMBROKE RD, STE. 2 AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 272-3720 

FORTUNE, BENJAMIN FLETCHER AN 041 

906 W. CORNWALLIS DRIVE A L7RT 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 272-7755 

FOSTER, BOB MAXWELL FP 034 

P. O. BOX 427 * AC 

MOCKSVILLE 27028 704 634-2108 

FOSTER, JAMES ROBERT CD 092 

WAKE HEART ASSOCIATES AC 
PO BOX 14427 

RALEIGH 27620 919 231-8253 

FOSTER, JOHN THOMAS OPH 018 

P. O. BOX 2588 AC 

HICKORY 28603 704 322-2050 

FOSTER, MARK DUPREE ORS 065 

2001 S. 17TH ST. * AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-7344 

FOSTER, MARSHALL SHANE 034 

2006 SHERWOOD DR. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 725-2725 

FOSTER, WILLIAM LEICESTER, JR. R 032 

DUMC, DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 286-0411 

FOSTER, WILLIAM WADE OPH 092 

3320 EXECUTIVE DR., STE. 111 A P AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876-2427 

FOULKS, GARY NEAL OPH 032 

BOX 3802, DUKE UNIV. EYE CTR. AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-6417 

FAX 919 684-2230 

FOUNTAIN, MARTHA TOY PD 014 

FOOTHILLS PEDIATRICS AC 
226-H MORGANTON BLVD. 

LENOIR 28645 704 758-5111 

FOUSHEE, J. HENRY SMITH, JR. PTH 034 

718 FORSYTH MEDICAL PARK A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-2351 

FOUSHEE, JOHN CALDWELL GS 053 

1710 CARTHAGE ST. A L/RT 

SANFORD 27330 919 775-7146 

FOUST, JOHN WORTH OT 060 

3535 RANDOLPH RD., STE. R210 * AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 365-071 1 

FAX 704 366-3562 

FOWLER, JOHN ALVIS PYA /CHP 032 

2721 SPENCER ST. L/RT 

DURHAM 27705 919 489-5339 

FOWLER, LARRY JOHN PTH /IM 032 

333 WESLEY DR. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 966-4334 

FOWLER, VANCER GARRISON, II 032 

PO BOX 58246 A S 
FAYETTEVILLE 28305 

FOWLER, WILLIAM BRIGHT IM 011 

675 BILTMORE AVENUE A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 252-1830 

FOWLER, WILLIAM EDWARD FP 074 

303 LOBLOLLY CIR. S 

GREENWOOD, SC 29649 803 229-4966 

FOX, EARL RUSSELL RHU /IM 070 

1515 JEFFERSON-DAVIS HIGHWAY AC 
APT. 517 

ARLINGTON, VA 22202 609 884-6391 

FOX, ELISABETH JUNE AN 032 

BOX 3083, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 681-3560 

FOX, JOE THOMAS, JR. P 060 

1900 RANDOLPH ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 333-7722 

FAX 704 333-7728 



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NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



FOX, JONATHAN C. 


IM /CD 032 


BOX 3163, DUMC 


R 


DURHAM 27710 


919 684-8111 


FOX, POWELL GRAHAM, JR. 


U 092 


PO BOX 28280 


S/RT 


RALEIGH COMMUNITY HOSP. 




RALEIGH 27611 


919 790-0036 


FOX, RAYMOND MORRIS, JR. 


ALD /ADM 067 


215 MEMORIAL DR. 


AC 


JACKSONVILLE 28546 


919 353-5118 


FOX, RICHARD FRANKLIN 


NEP /IM 041 


111 W. WENDOVER AVE. 


P AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 379-9708 


FAX 919 379-8714 


FOY, DAVID MARK 


FP 011 


N-1 DOCTORS DR. 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 252-8885 


FRAASA, ROBERT CONRAD 


FP 060 


4441 HEDLEY WAY #307 


A L/RT 


CHARLOTTE 28210 


704 366-9444 


FRANCIS-LANE, MILLICENT A. 


OBG 090 


1303 DOVE ST. 


AC 


MONROE 28110 


704 289-8129 


FRANCIS, JOHN ARLIE 


OBG 021 


PO BOX 990 


AC 


EDENTON 27932 


919 482-7407 


FRANCIS, RICHARD PAUL 


GP /GS 002 


325 THIRD ST., SW 


AC 


TAYLORSVILLE 28681 


704 632-4183 


FRANCIS, ROBERT DEAN 


ORS /HS 045 


1027 FLEMING STREET 


A AC 


HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 692-5781 


FRANK, JAMES LAWRENCE 


ORS 032 


1828 HILLANDALE ROAD 


A AC 


DURHAM 27705 


919 286-1249 


FRANK, JEFFREY H. 


N 040 


606 N. ELM ST. 


A AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 889-8877 


FRANK, JOE LEE, JR. 


R 008 


POBOX 1387 


A P L 


AHOSKIE 27910 


919 332-2390 


FRANKEL, NICHOLAS 


DR NR 018 


BOX 308 


A AC 


HICKORY 28603 


704 322-2644 


FAX 704 327-2235 


FRANKLIN, EARL RUFFIN 


PD 092 


3803-A COMPUTER DR. 


AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 782-5273 


FRANKLIN, SAMUEL C, JR. 


032 


4026 CHAPRA DR. 


A S 


WILMINGTON 28403 


919 791-0484 


FRASER, DONALD DOYLE 


D 060 


1901 BRUNSWICK AVE. STE. 240 A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 377-3299 


FRASER, HELEN R. 


060 


4116 POMFRET LANE 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 2821 1 




FRASER, HUGH ERSKINE, JR. 


D 041 


1030 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 373-1383 


FRASER, ROBERT WELLINGTON 


III TR 060 


421-0 SHARON-AMITY RD. 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 2821 1 


704 355-2272 


FRAZER, JOE WALTON, III 


EM 011 


114 GIBSON RD. 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28804 


704 255-4070 


FRAZIER, ARNOLD RAY 


CCM /IM 060 


CAROL1NAS MEDICAL CENTER 


A AC 


P. O. BOX 32861 




CHARLOTTE 28232 


704 331-2121 


FRAZIER, CLAUDE ALBEE 


A 011 


DOCTOR'S PARK 


A L 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 254-1650 


FRAZIER, HAROLD NICHOLS, JR 


GS /VS 095 


WATAUGA SURGICAL GROUP, 


PA A AC 


STATE FARM RD. 




BOONE 28607 


704 264-2340 


FRAZIER, RICHARD ELLIS 


FP 042 


120 PROFESSIONAL DRIVE 


AC 


ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 


919 537-9176 


FREDERICK, CHARLES E. 


AN 041 


612 WAYCROSS DR. 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27410 


919 299-6333 


FREDRICKSON, DOREN DALE 


PD /PH 032 


UNC, BOX 7225 


A R 


COMMUNITY PEDIATRICS 




CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-2505 



FREEDMAN, BARRY IRA IM /NEP 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2097 

FREEDMAN, DOUGLAS MARC ORS 032 

214-13 CONNER DR. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 932-9023 

FREEDMAN, STEVEN MITCHELL N 092 

PO BOX 40999 AC 

RALEIGH 27629 919 782-3456 

FREEMAN, DAVID FRANKLIN PYA /CHP 032 

ASHE PLACE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-4867 

FREEMAN, DOUGLAS G., JR. RHU Al 092 

3831 MERTON DRIVE AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-9633 

FREEMAN, GEORGE HARTLEY OBG 074 

2245 STANTONSBURG RD. STE. HA AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 757-3131 

FREEMAN, JOHN JACKSON OBS GYN 095 

907 STATE FARM RD. AC 

BOONE 28607 704 264-9208 

FREEMAN, NANCY ROUSER FP 044 

POBOX 1409 AC 

CANTON 28716 704 627-2211 

FREEMAN, PERCY LEE U 036 

5245 MALLARD PT. ROAD L/RT 

LAKEWYLIE, SC 21704 803 831-8598 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM HARRISON GS 084 

P. O. DRAWER 1398 L/RT 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 982-0161 

FREI, TIMOTHY EDWARD IM 008 

AHOSKIE MEDICAL ASSOC. INC. AC 
PO BOX 340 
AHOSKIE 27910 



919 332-4155 
FAX 919 332-6527 
AN CC 032 
* AC 
919 470-4000 
U 083 
AC 



FREIBERGER, JOHN JACOB 

830 KENMORE RD. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
FRENCH, THOMAS NASH 

LAURINBURG SURGICAL CLI. 

PO BOX 1808 

LAURINBURG 28353 919 276-3541 

FRENCH, WHITNEY JAMES IM 034 

3310 BROOKVIEW HILL BLVD. AC 

SUITE 203 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-9631 

FRICK, DONNA ELLIOTT P 032 

109 CONNER DR..BLDG #3,STE.203 AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 933-5600 

FRIED, FLOYD ALAN U 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF SURGERY A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2571 

FAX 919 966-6009 

FRIED, MICHAEL DAVID OBG 032 

120 CONNER DR.. STE. 101 AC 

PO BOX 3317 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 544-3591 

FRIEDLAND, BETH ROSENTHAL OPH /PA 092 

10 PARK PLAZA.STE. 3 A AC 

POBOX 12765 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK 27709 919 549-9135 
FRIEDLAND, EDWARD L. NEP /IM 060 

2321 W. MOREHEAD ST., STE. 101 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28208 704 847-0157 

FAX 704 333-3862 



FRITZ, RICHARD THOMAS R 064 

PO BOX 88 AC 

RED OAK 27868 919 443-8083 

FROEDGE, JERRY KEITH PD 018 

240 18TH STREET CIRCLE, SE AC 

HICKORY 28602 704 322-2550 

FROELICH, MARY E. 032 

21 BLUFF TRAIL R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 966-4131 
FROHBOSE, FREDERICK ALEXANDER U 000 

368 HABERSHAM RD. A R 

AUGUSTA, GA 30907 404 724-021 1 

FROHBOSE, WILLIAM JOSEPH U 064 

212 PIEDMONT AVENUE A L/RT 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-3136 

FROMSON, GERALD ALAN IM 034 

250 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

FRUCHT, DAVID MARTIN 032 

3611 UNIVERSITY DR. #13N S 

DURHAM 27707 301 292-1387 

FRY, JOHN RUDOLPH OPH 011 

20/20 PLAZA A AC 

90 ASHELAND AVENUE 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-5656 

FRYAR, MEL WEBSTER OBG 082 

400 COOPER DR. AC 

CLINTON 28328 919 592-1414 

FRYE, JOSEPH CRAIG R 060 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY A AC 

PO BOX 36937 

CHARLOTTE 28236 704 365-0343 

FUCHS, HERBERT EDGAR 032 

4006 LIVINGSTONE PL. R 

DURHAM 27707 919 493-2705 

FULBRIGHT, DEBORAH KAY PTH 096 

WAYNE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A C 

PO BOX 8001 

GOLDSBORO 27533 919 735-1530 

FULCHER, WILLIAM L, III FP 054 

PO BOX 658 C 

SNOW HILL 28580 919 747-2921 

FULGHUM, JAMES SPENCER, III NS 092 

3009 NEW BERN AVE. AC 

PO BOX 14027 

RALEIGH 27610 919 832-4448 

FULGHUM, MARY SUSAN KIRK GYN 092 

REX HOSPITAL BIRTH CENTER AC 

4420 LAKE BOONE TR., STE. 302 

RALEIGH 27607 
FULK, ROBERT VERNON, JR. 

2311 DELANEY AVENUE 

WILMINGTON 28403 
FULLER, CORODON S., JR. 

RT. #1, BOX 61 

MORAVIAN FALLS 28654 
FULLER, WAYNE TEMPLETON 

1601-BOWEN DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 
FULP, SAM RUSSELL 

3535 RANDOLPH RD., STE 300 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
FULTON, JAMES WALKER 

400 N. ELM ST. 

HIGH POINT 27260 



FRIEDMAN, ALAN DAVID 

100 VICTORIA ROAD 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
FRIEDMAN, ALLAN HOWARD 

BOX 3807, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
FRIEDMAN, EDNA CHARNEY 

5161 COLLINS AVE., APT. 412 

MIAMI BEACH, FL 33140 
FRIEDMAN, MITCHELL 

DIV OF PULMONARY DISEASES 

UNC, DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
FRIEDMAN, PATRICIA ANN 

DEVELOPMENTAL EVAL. CTR. 

3040 ERWIN RD. 

DURHAM 27705 
FRIEDRICH, THOMAS CHARLES 

1104 OAK HILL DR. 

MONROE 28110 



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011 

A AC 

704 254-8883 

NS 032 

A AC 

919 681-6421 

018 

A L 

305 864-2880 

PUD /IM 032 

AC 

919 966-2532 

PD 032 

AC 

919 383-3332 
ORS 060 

AC 
704 289-4595 



FUNDERBURK, AMON LEX 

250 EXECUTIVE PARK BLVD 
PARK CENTER, SUITE 115 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

FURMAN, JEFFREY WILLIAM 

120 CONNER DR.. STE. 200 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
FURMAN, LOWELL BENJAMIN 

STATE FARM ROAD 

BOONE 28607 
FURMAN, RICHARD WARREN 

702 STATE FARM ROAD 

BOONE 28607 
FURR, CARL AUGUSTUS, JR. 

1054 BURRAGE ROAD, N. E. 

CONCORD 28025 
FURR, WILLIAM STEPHEN 

3257 ALTRURIA RD. 

BARTLETT, TN 38134 



919 832-5529 

OTO 065 

AC 

919 762-8754 

PH /GP 097 

L/RT 

919 838-3334 

FP 026 

A AC 

919 323-1152 

GE /IM 060 

A C 

704 365-0760 

OBG 040 

A AC 

919 889-4353 

FAX 919 889-5804 

IM /END 034 

AC 

919 768-2370 

FAX 919 768-2375 

FP /HYP 032 

AC 

919 967-8291 

GS /CDS 095 

A AC 

704 264-2340 

TS /GS 095 

A AC 

704 264-2340 

OBG 013 

A AC 

704 788-4151 

ORS 000 

A R 

901 382-7999 



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2570 


GP 


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AC 


919 537-9176 


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029 


A 


AC 


919 475-9164 


OPH 


013 


* 


AC 


704 786-2015 


PTH /FOP 


067 



FURTH, EUGENE DAVID 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 

FUSSELL, FITZHUGH LEE, JR. 
120 PROFESSIONAL DRIVE 
ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 

FUTRELL, THOMAS MILTON 
201 W. HOLLY HILL ROAD 
THOMASVILLE 27360 

GABLE, RONALD SELMAN 
33 LAKE CONCORD ROAD, N.E. 
CONCORD 28025 

GABLE, WALTER DELAY 

ONSLOW MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353-7803 

GABRIEL, DON ALEXANDER HEM /ON 032 

UNC, DIV. OF HEM/ONCOLOGY AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-4640 

GABY, NANCY SUE P 034 

3000 BETHESDA PL., STE. 101 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-9750 

GACHET, FRED SMITH, JR. GYN 018 

1205 N. CENTER STREET A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 328-2901 

FAX 704 328-3882 

GADA, PRESTON HERBERT GS TS 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD. AC 
SUITE 305-2 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-7412 

GADD, DUWAYNE DOUGLAS U 063 

PINEHURST SURGICAL CLINIC A S/RT 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-0252 

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3073 TRENWEST DR. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-0437 

GADDY, ROBERT EDWIN, JR. IM /CD 092 

3900 BROWNING PLACE AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-9650 

GAGE, JENNIFER CERNY 032 

311 S. LASALLE ST., APT. 21-1 S 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-8230 

GAGE, LAWRENCE E. IM /CD 025 

EASTERN CAROLINA IM, PA A AC 
532 WEBB BLVD. 

HAVELOCK 28532 919 224-4591 

GAGE, LUCIUS GASTON, JR. A RHU 060 

1350 S. KINGS DRIVE A L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-8750 

GAGLIANO, LOUIS ANTHONY P /GER 096 

P. O BOX 1975 A AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 734-8604 

GAGLIANO, MARTHA ELLEN PD 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 801 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 477-3434 

GAGNON, GREGORY ARTHUR PTH 074 

DEPT.OF CLI. PTH/DIAG. MED. A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4495 

GAINES, GARY LEE OBG 067 

1703 COUNTRY CLUB RD. STE.203 AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 346-2182 

GAINES, IRA LEWIS OBG 092 

4420 LAKE BOONE TR.. STE. 304 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-2500 

GAINEY, JOHN WHITE, JR. GP 016 

P. O. DRAWER 97 AC 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 919 726-3406 

GAINOR, CHARLES JOSEPH FP 034 

147 COLUMBINE DR. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 722-9535 

GAITHER, JAMES COMER IM 018 

ROUTE #2, BOX 199 AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 322-1128 

GAITHER, ROBERT HUTH OBG 084 

1000 N. FIFTH STREET A AC 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 982-8112 

GALENTINE, PAUL GUY, III OPH 060 

2620 E. 7TH ST. #300 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 364-8576 

GALFO, MARK STEPHEN FP 096 

409 PLANTATION PL. AC 

GOLDSBORO 27534 919 736-5172 

GALLAGHER, EDGAR GIVENS, JR. GS /TS 067 

1013 SCHALL PLACE AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353-7848 



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1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #300 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-1503 

GALLAGHER, KATHLEEN A. DR 013 

651 CHURCH ST., NORTH A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 786-0214 

GALLAGHER, TIMOTHY JOSEPH DR 011 

P. O. BOX 2959 A AC 
103 DOCTORS BUILDING 

ASHEVILLE 28802 704 255-4167 

GALLAHER, ROBERT THOMAS IM /PUD 054 

313 AIRPORT RD. AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-3072 

GALLEMORE, WARREN GHOLSON IM 040 

P. O. BOX 5904 A AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 841-2114 

GALLIS, HARRY ANTHONY ID /IM 032 

BOX 3306, DUKE HOSPITAL AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3279 

GALLOWAY, JAMES BRUCE ORS 011 

GALLOWAY DR. L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 274-2236 

GALLOWAY, JAMES HERVEY FP 092 

2617 ROYSTER ROAD A L/RT 

RALEIGH 27608 919 781-7547 

GALLUP, KENNETH RAYNOR, JR. PUD /CC 034 

3001 LYNDHURST AVE. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-0888 

GALPHIN, CLAUDE MABRY NEP 074 

123 ROBIN ROAD AC 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 522-5725 

GALUSZKA, ALBIN ADOLPH U 007 

604 E. 12TH STREET A L/RT 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-0136 

GAMBILL, NEIL BRENTLEE 034 

438 S. HAWTHORNE RD. APT. D S 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

GAMBLE, ELIZABETH RHODES IM /GER 074 

607 WINSTEAD RD. AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 756-7901 

GAMBLE, JOHN REEVES, JR. GS /GP 055 

P. O. BOX 250 P * AC 

LINCOLNTON 28092 704 735-3023 

GAMBLE, WILLIAM HEDRICK CD /IM 041 

920 CHERRY ST. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 273-7900 

FAX 919 275-0433 

GAMMON, WALTER RAY D 032 

404 WHITEHEAD CIRCLE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-3322 

GANGAROSA, LISA M. 032 

1713 JAMES ST. A * S 

DURHAM 27707 919 493-9583 

GANGOO, ABDUL RASHID ID 023 

810 W. KING STREET AC 

KINGS MOUNTAIN 28086 704 739-8946 

GANT, JAMES CURTIS PD 067 

118-C MEMORIAL DR. A AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 919 335-6262 

GANTT, CHARLES BERNARD, JR. DR 053 

1606 LORD ASHLEY DR. A * AC 

SANFORD 27330 919 775-2234 

GARBER, EDGAR CLYDE, JR. GYN 026 

1810 LAKE SHORE DR. * L/RT 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 484-6474 

GARBER, RONALD LEWIS NEP /IM 041 

111 W. WENDOVER AVE. P AC 
GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-9708 

GARCIA, FRANK GEORGE 074 

119 FOX CHASE LANE A S 

WINTERVILLE 28590 919 321-1679 

GARCIA, GILBERT JOSEPH, JR. GS VS 096 

1008 E. ASH STREET AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 734-6414 

GARDELLA, JOHN EUGENE PUD 060 

125 BALDWIN AVE. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 338-6300 

GARDNER, FRANCIS SIDNEY, JR. OBG 026 

1219 WALTER REED ROAD A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28314 919 323-2103 

GARDNER, JEROME BATCHELOR OBG 092 

PO BOX 18568 AC 

RALEIGH 27619 919 782-1273 

GARDNER, MICHELLE WILSON 074 

112 HUNTINGRIDGE RD. A S 
GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-3682 



GARDNER, VERNON T.A., III 074 

112 HUNTINGRIDGE RD. A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-3682 

GARDNER, WILLIAM RONALD GS VS 018 

415 N. CENTER ST., STE. 102 A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 327-9178 

GARFUNKEL, JOSEPH MORRIS PD 032 

229 HUNTINGTON DR. AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-5215 

GARG, SHYAM LAL IM 065 

HAMPSTEAD MEDICAL CTR. A AC 

HAMPSTEAD 28443 919 270-2722 

GARISON, GARY BROWN CD /IM 026 

3629 CAPE CENTER DR. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-6154 

GARLAND, RUSSELL TYSON ORS 000 

6824 SHILOH RIDGE LN. A R 

CHARLOTTE 28212 704 563-2784 

GARMON-BROWN, OPHELIA EUGENIA FP 060 

402 E. SUGARCREEK RD. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28213 704 535-8245 

GARNER, JO FRANCIS, II D 095 

204 DOCTOR'S DR. A AC 

BOONE 28607 704 264-4553 

GARNER, STUART JOSEPH PUD /IM 060 

217 TRAVIS AVE. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3350 

GARNER, TIMOTHY B. NS 092 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD..STE. 410 A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 850-9911 

GARRABRANT, EDGAR CORNELIUS OTO 092 

3010 ANDERSON DR. * AC 
PO BOX 18946 

RALEIGH 27619 919 787-7171 

GARRETT, CHARLES LEROY, JR. PTH /FOP 067 

ONSLOW MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A P * AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28541 919 353-3498 

FAX 919 577-2242 

GARRETT, JANET BEER R 011 

PO BOX 2959 AC 

ASHEVILLE 28802 704 254-4617 

GARRETT, JOHN BOSTIAN, JR. U 036 

631 COX ROAD A AC 

GASTON I A 28054 704 864-7764 

GARRETT, JOHN BOSTIAN, SR. FP 034 

2926 MAIN ST. L 
PO BOX 220 

WALKERTOWN 27051 919 595-2751 

GARRETT, JOHN WILLIAM IM 011 

30 CHOCTAW ST AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-0881 

GARRETT, NORMAN HESSON, JR. IM /END 041 

1038 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 378-9131 

GARRETT, WILLIAM ELWOOD, JR. ORS 032 

BOX 3435, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-4502 

FAX 919 684-8280 

GARRISON, HERBERT G.. Ill EM 032 
UNC CB #7105, OLD CLINIC BLDG. A * R 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 758-6245 

GARRISON, RALPH BERNARD FP 077 

P. O. BOX 1169 A * L/RT 

HAMLET 28345 919 582-2140 

GARRISON, ROBERT WALTER U 016 

15 MEDICAL PARK A AC 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 919 247-2101 

GARRISON, SCOTT K. 032 

28 HOLLAND DR. A S 
CHAPEL HILL 27514 

GARRISS, GEORGE WALDON, III 032 

RT. #1, BOX 694- A A * S 

PITTSBORO 27312 919 933-5520 

GARROU, BENJAMIN WESLEY, SR. IM 012 

560 MALCOLM BLVD. AC 
RUTHERFORD COLLEGE 28671 704 874-0522 

GARSIDE, WILLIAM BLAKE PS 092 

1112 DRESSER COURT A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-2616 

FAX 919 872-2771 

GARTMAN, JOHN JOSEPH, JR. NS 032 

UNC, 148 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. A R 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-1374 

GARVEY, ALFRED HAMILTON U 041 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST., STE. 521 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-6115 



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NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



GASKIN, ERNEST REED 


OPH 060 


100 QUEENS RD. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 332-1156 


GASKIN, JOHN STOVER, JR. 


FP 084 


210 W. MAIN ST. 


AC 


PO BOX 189 




LOCUST 28097 


704 888-6156 


GASKIN, LEWIS JAMES 


AN 092 


P. O. BOX 18139 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27619 


919 781-7420 


GASKIN, LEWIS REED 


OPH 060 


100 QUEENS RD. 


A P AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 332-1156 


GASKINS, JAMES A., JR. 


GS 018 


858 SECOND ST., NE, STE 303 


AC 


HICKORY 28601 


704 322-4420 



GASKINS, RAYMOND ALBERT, JR. FP /OM 026 

405 OWEN DR. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-3183 

GASPARI, MICHAEL M. GE IM 060 

1900 RANDOLPH RD.. STE. 310 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-7974 

FAX 704 372-4966 

GASQUE, BOYD BENNETT, JR. DR 078 

P. O. DRAWER 1527 A AC 

LUMBERTON 28359 919 738-8222 

GASQUE, MAC ROY OM /PH 088 

5 FORTUNE COVE RD. A L 

BREVARD 28712 704 884-2503 

GATES, HERBERT S„ JR. OBG 074 

DEPT. OF OB-GYN AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-5904 
FAX 919 551-5561 

GAUDET, TRACY WILLIAMS 032 

229-B BRIDGEFIELD PL. S 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-3764 

GAUL, JOHN S„ III ORS /HS 060 

2600 E. 7TH ST. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-9820 

GAUL, JOHN STUART, JR. ORS /HS 060 

2600 E. 7TH ST. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-9820 

GAULT, JANICE ANN 032 

3805 CHIMNEY RIDGE PL. #103 S 

DURHAM 27713 919 383-7712 

GAUNT, GEORGE LOREN, JR. OS /CLP 060 

2034 RANDOLPH RD. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-4600 

GAVIGAN, JAMES RICHARD U 074 

2 DOCTOR'S PARK A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-5077 

FAX 919 752-9544 

GAVIGAN, THOMAS JOSEPH GE 060 

1718 E. 4TH ST., STE. 607 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 338-6300 

GAY, CHARLES HOUSTON PD 060 

3420 SHAMROCK DR. A LRT 

CHARLOTTE 28215 704 333-7479 

GAY, ROBERT MILTON PTH /CLP 041 

1200 N. ELM STREET A P AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-4074 

GAZAK, JOHN MICHAEL U 060 

1718 E. 4TH ST., STE. 807 A AC 

PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL TOWER 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 334-3033 

FAX 704 358-0418 

GEARY, LEON WALLACE PUD /A 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 504 A P AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-4466 

GEBEL, EMILE LOUIS OPH 023 

134 CHAGRIN FARM RD. A RT 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-6767 

GEDDIE, KENNETH BAXTER PD 040 

201 GREENSBORO RD., BOX 198 A L'RT 

HIGH POINT 27260 919 882-4171 

GEGICK, CHARLES GEORGE END /IM 041 

1022 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 378-1143 

GEHWEILER, JOHN ANDREW, JR. R 044 

421 RIDGE RD. AC 

WAYNESVILLE 28786 704 452-1517 

GEIGER, PATRICIA PD 095 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE AC 
APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. 

BOONE 28608 704 262-3100 



GEISSINGER, WILLIAM TUTTLE GS 060 

3535 RANDOLPH RD. #201 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 364-8100 

GELDMEIER, RICHARD WAYNE R 097 

WILKES GENERAL HOSPITAL AC 
DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY 

N. WILKESBORO 28659 919 651-8400 

GELFAND, DAVID WILLIAM R 034 

853 BUTTONWOOD DRIVE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 748-2481 

GELLER, DAVID MICHAEL IM /GER 013 

390 COPPERFIELD BLVD. A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-5782 

GELOT, DEEPAK R. 032 

E-20 RIDGEWOOD APTS. A S 
404 JONES FERRY RD. 

CARRBORO 27510 919 929-3248 

GELOT, RAGHUVIR BAXIRAM OTO 008 

RT. #1,BOX6-B AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-5917 

GENIEC, PAUL OTO /PS 040 

P. O. BOX 5666 AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 885-0071 

GENKINS, STEVEN MARK DR /IM 060 

PO BOX 33549 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28233 704 384-4056 

FAX 704 358-9691 

GENTLING, PETER ALLEN GS 011 

5-D DOCTOR'S PARK A P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-2457 

GENTRY, JOHN BILLY PTH 023 

307 S. POSTON STREET AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-0241 

GENTRY, RICHARD RYAN R DR 075 

PO BOX 578 AC 

COLUMBUS 28722 704 894-3203 

GEORGE, LYNN DARCY AN FP 095 

PO BOX 304 A AC 

BLOWING ROCK 28605 704 295-3633 

GEORGE, PAULA Y. 032 

4800 UNIVERSITY DR. #6E R 

DURHAM 27707 919 490-5876 

GEORGIADE, GREGORY S. PS /GS 032 

BOX 3960. DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3039 

GEORGIADE, NICHOLAS GEORGE PS 032 

BOX 3098, DUMC A L 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2854 

GERATZ, JOACHIM DIETER PTH 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF PTH CB #7525 A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-4294 

GERBE, RONALD WILLIAM OTO HNS 032 

109 CONNER DR.. STE. 207 A P AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 967-5599 

GERDES, JOSEPH JOHN DR 013 

2701 LANDING VIEW LN. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 786-0214 

GERHARDT, EDWARD BURTON GS /TS 041 

1317 N. ELM ST. STE. 1 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 373-8245 

FAX 919 373-8949 

GERKE, CALVIN GLENN, JR. 032 

3805-207 CHIMNEY RIDGE PL. A S 

DURHAM 27713 919 419-0330 

GEROCK, HENRY FP 067 

200 DOCTOR'S DRIVE. SUITE M AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353-7600 

GERRARD, EDWARD ROLLAND U 018 

1202 N. CENTER STREET AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 322-4340 

GERTSCH, RALPH C. AN 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE RD..STE 204 A C 

RALEIGH 27619 919 781-7420 

GESZLER, GERIANNE OBG 026 

2404 ROLLING HILL RD. A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-8724 

GETTES, ANN CALDWELL IM 032 

604 LAKESHORE LANE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-5708 

GETTINGER, GLEN SCOTT AN /IM 011 

211 RIVA RIDGE DR. A AC 

FAIRVIEW 28730 704 254-1969 

GETZ, DONALD DAVID ORS 065 

1616 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-2655 



GEYER, ANNE HUGGINS 

1232 FORSYTH ST. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 
GHOSTINE, SALIM Y. 

1665 OWEN DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
GIANNETTO, LISA ANN 

423 CAROLINA CIR. 

DURHAM 27707 
GIANTURCO, DANIEL THOMAS 

2925 FRIENDSHIP ROAD 

DURHAM 27705 
GIBBS, JAMES S. 

1830 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
GIBBS, STUART WYNN 

2647 ARMSTRONG CIR. 

GASTONIA 28054 
GIBLIN, THOMAS RICHARD 

421 N. WENDOVER RD. 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
GIBSON, JACKSON V. 

205 PAGE RD. 

PINEHURST 28374 
GIBSON, JAMES FRANKLIN 

1916 WILKINS DRIVE 

SANFORD 27330 
GIBSON, JOHN MCNEILL 

212 S. TRYON ST., STE. 1500 

CHARLOTTE 28202 



034 

S 

919 723-3898 

NS 026 

AC 

919 484-1447 

IM 032 

AC 

919 684-8111 

P 032 

AC 

919 684-4335 

GE /IM 034 

AC 

919 765-0463 

R 036 

A URT 

704 865-5883 

PS 060 

A * AC 

704 365-8255 

IM 063 

AC 

919 295-5511 

GS ADM 053 

A AC 

919 776-5191 

IM 060 

A AC 



704 333-6544 
FAX 704 333-8478 

GIBSON, LEONARD HOWARD, JR. 074 

RT. #8, BOX 329-6 A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 830-4875 

GIBSON, ROBERT WYLIE P /N 034 

190 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-6930 

GIBSON, SUSAN H. 034 

4755 COUNTRY CLUB RD. #121-1 A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 760-4416 

GILBERT, CHARLES FRANKLIN PTH 074 

640 MEDICAL DR., STE. D A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 551-4495 

GILBERT, DAVID BRANSON CD /IM 026 

1756 METROMEDICAL DRIVE A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-1322 

GILBERT, GEORGE GAYLORD U 041 

1517 DOUBLE OAKS RD. A ' L/RT 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 282-0168 

GILBERT, MICHAEL T. OPH 070 

1134 N. ROAD STREET A AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 338-0148 

GILBERT, PAUL PRESSLY ORS 060 

2300-B RANDOLPH ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 375-5955 

GILBERT, RICHARD LESLIE, JR. 001 

3128 COMMERCE PL. AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 758-1862 

GILBERT, STANLEY KEITH, JR. ORS /HS 026 

1300 MEDICAL DRIVE A AC 
FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-2171 

GILES, JOHN HENRY GS 012 

350 E. PARKER ROAD " AC 

MORGANTON 28655 704 437-7388 

GILGOR, ROBERT SAMUEL D 032 

891 WILLOW DRIVE A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-3106 

GILL, KENNETH ARNOLD, JR. D /DMP 040 
624 QUAKER LN,STE,302,BLDG B A * AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 887-3195 

GILL, LOWELL HARLEY ORS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #200 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-0544 

GILLEN, HOWARD WILLIAM N 065 

1301 CYPRESS GROVE DR. * AC 
WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-8501 

GILLESPIE, WILLIAM ALLEN PD 092 

3120 HIGHWOODS BLVD. AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 878-5800 

GILLIAM, CHARLES FRANKLIN PD 029 

200 ARTHUR DRIVE A AC 

THOMASVILLE 27360 919 475-2348 

GILLIAM, JOHN HUGH, III GE /IM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD AC 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4601 

FAX 919 748-6376 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



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GILLIATT, CECIL LEE, JR., PD 023 

i 101 GROVER STREET A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 482-1435 

GILLIGAN, KENDALL ALLEN EM 044 

109 ROBIN LANE AC 

WAYNESVILLE 28786 704 456-7894 

GILLILAND, M.G.F. FOP /PTH 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A AC 

DEPT. OF CLI. PTH, BRODY 1S08 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4655 

FAX 919 551-3320 

GILMER, PETER WINSTON ORS 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. A P AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 220-5255 

GILMORE, BROOKS WEBSTER IM 041 

il 342 N. ELM STREET A P AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 274-6373 

GILMORE, SAMUEL JOSEPH OBG 054 

KINSTON CLINIC, NORTH, STE. E A AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-4333 

GILMOUR, MONROE TAYLOR IM /CD 060 

1300 BAXTER ST., STE. 163 A L'RT 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 375-0287 

GILPIN, JOHN W. DR 034 

925 CLEVELAND ST. #222 R 

GREENVILLE. SC 29601 803 295-4410 

GIMESH, JOHN SIGMUND PD 026 

341 5-C MELROSE ROAD AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-8163 

GINN, THOMAS MOSS IM 080 

319MOCKSVILLE AVE. AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 637-3538 

GINN, WILLIAM M. , JR. CD /IM 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE, STE. 205 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 782-0414 

GINTHNER, TERRY P. R 082 

PO BOX 739 AC 

CLINTON 28328 919 592-8070 

GIOANNINI-BROWN, CAROL ANN PTH 032 

5009 N GLEN DRIVE A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 470-4000 

GIOFFRE, RONALD ANTHONY ORS 041 

PO BOX 14580 A AC 
315 W. WENDOVER AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27415 919 275-0724 
FAX 919 272-5178 

GIRAGOS, JOHN G. P /PYA 032 

20 W. COLONY PL., STE. 260 A AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 493-1810 

GISH, LARRY MORGAN IM 080 

611 MOCKSVILLE AVENUE A AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-7220 

GITELMAN, HILLEL JONATHAN NEP /IM 032 

UNC DEPT. OF MED. CB 7155 AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2561 

GITT, KENNETH DARYL OBG 086 

PO BOX 1408 AC 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 919 786-4522 

GIVENS, DAVIDSON HOWARD CD /IM 034 

1399 WESTGATE CENTER DR. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4261 

GLANCE, GREGORY LYNN IM 011 

416 DOCTOR'S BLDG. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-0443 

GLASGOW, DOUGLAS MCKAY IM /GER 060 

400 AVINGER LN. #403 A L/RT 

DAVIDSON 28036 704 896-1403 

GLASS, LARRY THOMAS PD 060 

7108 PINEVILLE-MATTHEWS RD. AC 
NALLE CLINIC 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 542-1952 

GLASS, PETER STANLEY A. AN 032 

BOX 3094, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-5045 

GLASSMAN, STUART LEWIS GS /VS 045 

835 FLEMING ST. AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 692-1191 

GLASSON, JOHN ORS 032 

615 SWIFT AVE. A P * L 

DURHAM 27701 919 489-5110 

GLEATON, HUGH ELBERT, JR. OPH 045 

643 FIFTH AVENUE, WEST A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 692-9146 

GLEN, DULANEY IM 034 

250 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 



GP 


009 


A 


L'RT 


919 862-3721 


GS 


045 




AC 


704 693-1778 


OBG 


036 


A 


L 


R/NM 


062 


A 


L 


919 572-3475 


U/PTH 


024 


A 


AC 


919 642-5832 


GS/TS 


034 


A 


L/RT 


919 725-3702 


OBG 


098 




AC 


919 291-9010 


OBG 


060 




AC 


704 332-8103 


ORS 


098 


A 


AC 


919 399-2281 


TS 


032 


A 


AC 


919 681 


-5789 


ORS 


012 




AC 


704 874-3379 


FP 


076 




AC 


919 672-0090 


R 


082 




AC 


919 592-8070 


ON /HEM 


032 




AC 



GLENN, CHANNING 

P. O. BOX 278 

ELIZABETHTOWN 28337 
GLENN, DAVID LOCKE, JR. 

561 FLEMING ST. 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
GLENN, DOROTHY NORMAN 

6005 MIDNIGHT PASS RD 

SARASOTA, FL 34242 
GLENN, JOHN CAPERS, JR. 

514 WOOD STREET 

TROY 27371 
GLINSKI, RONALD PETER 

720 JEFFERSON ST. 

WHITEVILLE 28472 
GLOD, ALBERT PAUL 

152 MUIRFIELD DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
GLOVER, JAMES BUNYAN 

CAROLINA CLINIC 

WILSON 27893 
GLOVER, JOHN SNOW 

1718 E. FOURTH ST., #307 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
GLOVER, MICHAEL GRIFFIN 

1700 S. TARBORO ST 

WILSON 27893 
GLOWER, DONALD D., JR. 

BOX 31064, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
GLUGOVER, DONALD BENJAMIN 

PO BOX 700 

DOCTORS CLINIC 

VALDESE 28690 
GOBEL, WILLIAM KENNETH 

P.O. BOX 1886 

ASHEBORO 27203 
GOBIEN, ROLF PETER 

PO BOX 739 

409-C COOPER DR. 

CLINTON 28328 
GOCKERMAN, JON PAUL 

DUKE COMP. CARE CTR. 

P. O BOX 3877 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-6283 

FAX 919 684-8884 

GOCO, ISAIAS ISMAEL GS /CDS 034 

1901 S.HAWTHORNE RD..STE.220 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4710 

FAX 919 768-2340 

GODBOLD, RONALD LEE D 011 

281 MCDOWELL STREET A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 252-5679 

GODEHN, DONALD JOHN, JR., D 045 

506 PARK HILL CT., STE. #1 A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 693-0275 

GODLEY, PAUL A. ON /IM 032 

299 SUMMERWALK CIR. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-4431 

GODSEY, RALEIGH KIRBY, JR. OBG 060 

2711 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 305 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-8020 

GODWIN, GWENDOLYN R. 074 

PO BOX 700 S 

WINTERVILLE 28590 919 756-0823 

GODWIN, HAROLD LACY ADM 026 

1601-B OWEN DRIVE A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-1152 

FAX 919 323-4007 

GODWIN, HERMAN ALLEN, JR. HEM /IM 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., STE. 500 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 355-5100 

FAX 704 355-5180 

GODWIN, WINSTON YUVAWN, JR. GS 060 

2300 RANDOLPH RD. * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 376-0327 

GOEL, ATUL KUMAR FP 092 

2620 NEW BERN AVE C 

RALEIGH 27610 919 231-2800 

GOETZL, UGO N /P 032 

PO BOX 15249 * AC 

3901 ROXBORO RD. 

DURHAM 27704 919 479-4100 

GOFF, DAVID ALBERT IM /PD 092 

2801 BLUE RIDGE RD., STE. G-10 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 783-0707 



GOFORTH, JOHN PARKER 

109 AIRPORT RD. 

KINSTON 28501 
GOLBY, MARY BLUE 

2511 N. DUKE ST. 

DURHAM 27704 
GOLD, BENJAMIN MILLER 

1730 LAFAYETTE CIRCLE 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 
GOLDBERG, DAVID S. 

1361-E E. GARRISON BLVD 

GASTON I A 28054 
GOLDBERG, JOEL STEVEN 

RT. #1, BOX 2602 

HILLSBOROUGH 27278 
GOLDBERG, TREVOR IAN 

1600 E. THIRD STREET 

CHARLOTTE 28204 



IM 054 

A AC 

919 522-3661 

IM 032 

A L/RT 

919 477-5350 

OBG 064 

A L/RT 

919 442-4756 

IM OM 036 

AC 

704 864-2630 

AN 032 

AC 

919 286-6938 

OTO 060 

A AC 

704 372-3300 

FAX 704 358-41 57 

GOLDMAN, ALAN LAWRENCE PD 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD., STE. 501 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-7490 

GOLDMAN, JAMES OSWALD, JR. EM /ADM 032 

PO BOX 1799 A AC 

WAKE FOREST 27588 919 556-5665 

GOLDNER, JOSEPH LEONARD ORS /HS 032 

BOX 3706, DUMC L 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2628 

GOLDNER, RICHARD DOUGLAS ORS /HS 032 

BOX 3480, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-6461 

GOLDSTEIN, BETH GOODRICH D 092 

101 S. W. CARY PARKWAY A C 
SUITE 210 

CARY 27511 919 467-8556 

GOLDSTEIN, JEFFREY BRIAN 032 

3611 UNIVERSITY DR. APT. 11-0 A S 

DURHAM 27707 919 419-0003 

GOLDSTON, WILLIAM ROBERT OBG 092 

4420 LAKE BOONE TR.. STE. 303 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-5510 

GOLEY, ALEXANDER FAIRLEY IM 001 

1509 VAUGHN ROAD AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 228-6000 

GOLLBERG, HAROLD RONALD P /GER 011 

445 BILTMORE CENTER, STE. 304 A * AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-1421 

GOMEZ, RAUL FERNANDO P 026 

3415 MELROSE RD. #A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-9634 

GONZALEZ-CUNI, LUIS G. AN 079 

618 S. MAIN ST. AC 

REIDSVILLE 27320 919 349-8461 

GONZALEZ, JORGE JOSE IM /END 065 

2131 S. 17TH STREET AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 343-0161 

GOODCHILD, NIGEL THOMAS TR 041 

1200 N. ELM ST. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-4143 

GOODE, DAVID JOHN P 034 

BOWMAN GRAY, DEPT. OF PSY. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4142 

GOODE, THOMAS VANCE, III GS 049 

326 SUMMIT AVE. L/RT 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-7253 

GOODEN, MICHAEL DEAN OBG 096 

102 HANDLEY PARK CT. A AC 
GOLDSBORO 27534 919 734-3344 

FAX 919 735-3025 

GOODFIELD, PETER CD 045 

510 7TH AVENUE, WEST A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 692-2231 

GOODHALL-GUNN, PATRICIA AN 025 

PO BOX 983 AC 

NEW BERN 28563 919 633-6117 

GOODIN, THOMAS ELLIOTT.III AN 018 

701 5TH AVE., NE AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 322-0870 

GOODING, STEPHEN C. OBG 026 

1641 OWEN DR. A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-6474 

GOODMAN, BENJAMIN WARREN FP 018 

24 SECOND AVENUE, N. E. A P * L 

HICKORY 28601 704 328-2231 

GOODMAN, DONALD BRUCE, JR. FP 060 

6708 ALBEMARLE RD. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28212 704 536-4903 



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GOODMAN, FLOYD KEITH OBG 074 

BLDG. #5, DOCTOR'S PARK AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-5246 

GOODSON, BRUCE MICHAEL FP 086 

213 JACKSON ST., BOX 1729 AC 

YADKINVILLE 27055 919 679-7570 

GOODSON, JOHN PHILLIP GS 092 

PO BOX 32090 AC 
3814 BROWNING PL. 

RALEIGH 27622 919 781-0710 

GOODSON, PHILLIP RICHARD OBG 049 

702 HARTNESS RD. AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-7250 

GOODWIN, BONNIE JEANNE IM /ON 025 

PO BOX 68 AC 

POLLOCKSVILLE 28573 919 633-1010 

GOODWIN, JAMES OSCAR OBG 091 

MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING A AC 
RUIN CREEK ROAD 

HENDERSON 27536 919 492-8576 

GOODWIN, JOEL SEXTON OBG 080 

412 RICHMOND ROAD AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 636-9270 

GOOLSBY, ROBERT PATTEN 032 

28 HOLLAND DR. S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-2334 

GORBANDT, MONICA BALKUS 034 

410-P PARK RIDGE LN. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 768-6796 

GORDON, CATHERINE MASON 032 

201 HOWELL ST., APT. 5-D S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 968-1842 

GORDON, CHRISTOPHER JAY 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A S 
MEDICAL STUDENT BOX 2498 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 777-0940 

GORDON, JOSEPH GROVER R 034 

1801 HATTIE CIRCLE A L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27105 919 748-4316 

GORDON, MICHAEL ALAN GS VS 053 

114 SOUTH GULF ST. A AC 

SANFORD 27330 919 775-7146 

GORE, RONALD GENE AN 092 

PO BOX 18139 A AC 

RALEIGH ANESTHESIA ASSOC. INC. 



RALEIGH 27619 
GOSLEN, JUNIUS BLAKE, III 

1718 E. 4TH ST., STE 304 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
GOSS, FREDERICK UHL 

611 MOCKSVILLE AVE. 

SALISBURY 28144 
GOSSETT, ROBERT PETER 

1001 N. WASHINGTON ST. 

SHELBY 28150 
GOTTLIEB, LOUIS NATHAN 

631 COLISEUM DRIVE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
GOTTOVI, DANIEL 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE 

WILMINGTON 28401 

GOTTSCHALK, BERNARD J. 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DR. 

WILMINGTON 28401 
GOTTSCHALK, CARL WILLIAM 

N. C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
GOTTSEGEN, DANIEL LEO 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD 

GREENSBORO 27408 
GOUBRAN, MICHEL 

4007 N. ROXBORO ST. 

DURHAM 27704 



919 781-7420 

D 060 

AC 

704 375-6766 

IM 080 

AC 

704 633-7220 

U 023 

A AC 

704 482-2011 

OPH 034 

AC 

919 723-1041 

PUD /IM 065 

A P * AC 

919 341-3300 

FAX 919 341-3419 

HEM /ON 065 

AC 

919 762-2990 

IM NEP 032 

AC 

919 966-4567 

OBG 041 

300 A AC 

919 275-5391 

OBG /END 032 

AC 

919 471-4411 

GOUDARZI-LANGROUDI, M. KAMRAN GS GP 031 

219 E. MAIN ST. AC 

WALLACE 28466 919 285-7942 

GOUDARZI, HORMOZE ABBAS GS 065 

1607 DOCTOR'S CIRCLE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-6571 

GOUGH, WILLIAM, III RHU /IM 011 

445 BILTMORE CENTER. STE. 306 AC 



STE. 



GRAEUB, CHARLES M.. JR. 

2125 LAURA LANE 

HIGH POINT 27262 
GRAHAM, CARLA C. 

1012-A WESTOVER DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
GRAHAM, CHARLES PATTISON 

201 FOREST HILLS DRIVE 

WILMINGTON 28403 
GRAHAM, COLE BLEASE, III 

214 CONNER DR. APT. #6 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
GRAHAM, DAVID ERIC 

P. O. BOX 459 

201 SADIE DR. 

MATTHEWS 28105 
GRAHAM, DOUGLAS K. 

624 HIBBARD DR. #C 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
GRAHAM, DOYLE GENE 

BOX 3005, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 



APT 



PTH /NA 032 

A P * AC 
919 684-2498 
FAX 919 684-2593 
GRAHAM, FREDERICK WILLIAM, JR. FP 076 

375 SUNSET AVE. 
ASHEBORO 27203 
GRAHAM, GLORIA FLIPPIN 
702 BROAD STREET 
WILSON 27893 

GRAHAM, JOHN BORDEN 

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
GRAHAM, JOHN CALHOUN, JR. 

106 S. WATER ST. 

PO BOX 250 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 
GRAHAM, WALTER RALEIGH 

743 HEMPSTEAD PLACE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
GRAHAM, WILLIAM ALEXANDER 

2247 CRANFORD ROAD 

DURHAM 27706 
GRAINGER, WADE KENTON 

2161 HENDERSONVILLE RD 

ARDEN 28704 
GRANADOS, JUAN L. 

3000 NEW BERN AVE. 

RALEIGH 27610 
GRANGER, RONALD EUGENE 

209 E. CARVER ST. 

DURHAM 27704 
GRANT, GEORGE REDD, JR. 

3101 ESSEX CIRCLE 

RALEIGH 27608 
GRANT, GREGORY 

2561 HENDERSONVILLE RD. 

PO BOX 549 

ARDEN 28074 
GRANT, HUGH JUDD, JR. 

4420 LAKE BOONE TR, STE. 302 

RALEIGH 27607 
GRANT, JOHN PALMER 

BOX 3105. DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
GRANT, JOSEPH DURHAM 

2701 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
GRANT, TERRY ALAN 

2905-A CEDAR CREEK RD. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
GRANT, WILLIS JACKSON, III 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
GRAPER. ROBERT GORDON 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST. #400 

GREENSBORO 27401 



ASHEVILLE 28801 
GRADY, RICHARD DWIGHT 

P. O. BOX 2406 

709 PROFESSIONAL DR. 

NEW BERN 28560 



704 258-9533 
OTO /HNS 025 

A AC 

919 638-2666 



GRAVATT, BENJAMIN THOMAS 

202 DOCTOR'S BUILDING 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
GRAVELLE-CAMELO, SHERYL 

2409 E. THIRD ST. 

GREENVILLE 27858 
GRAVLEE, GLENN PAGE 

1205 CLOVER ST. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 



EM 040 GRAY, CRAIGAN LUTHER GYN 011 

A AC 143 ASHELAND AVENUE A AC 

919 454-4801 ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-9191 

074 GRAY, CYRUS LEIGHTON R 040 

S 2901 -B ISABEL ST. A L 

919 752-2972 TAMPA, FL 33607 

GS 065 GRAY, MARY JANE OBG /GYN 

A L'RT 1622 NW RIBIER PL. 

919 762-0385 CORVALLIS, OR 97330 

032 GRAY, PATRICK HAMPTON OBG 

S 510 N. ELAM AVE., STE. 101 A 

919 929-3816 GREENSBORO 27403 919 854-8800 

GP /AM 060 GRAY, ROBERTA SKINNER PNP 074 

AC DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

704 847-8664 GREENVILLE 27858 

032 GRAY, THOMAS GLEN 

A S 2620 NEW BERN AVE. 
RALEIGH 27610 
GRAY, TIMOTHY KENNEY 
UNC, DEPT. OF MEDICINE 
CB 7170, MACNIDER BLDG. 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 
GRAYBEAL, FRANK R., JR. 

AC PO BOX 659 

919 625-4215 LENOIR 28645 

D 098 GREAVES, PAULA CECILIA 

A AC 103 SHILOH DR. #3 

919 291-5600 GREENVILLE 27834 

FAX 919 291-6935 GRECO, PETER PAUL 

PTH /HEM 032 1914 NEUSE BLVD. 

L/RT NEW BERN 28561 

919 966-4318 GREELISH, JAMES P. 

DR/NM 070 318 CORONA ST. #A 

AC WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

GREEN, ARTHUR GERRISH, III 

919 335-2652 151 1 WESTOVER TERRACE 

OPH 060 GREENSBORO 27408 
A L/RT 

704 334-6014 GREEN, EDWIN JAY 

OBG 032 1317 N. ELM ST. STE. #2 

A L/RT GREENSBORO 27401 

919 489-5214 GREEN, FRANCIS WEATHERLY 

FP/GER 011 1009 N. 6TH ST. 

C AC ALBEMARLE 28001 

704 684-2008 GREEN, HAROLD D. 

OBG /MFM 092 3619 DEWSBURY ROAD 

AC WINSTON-SALEM 27104 

919 250-8184 GREEN, JAMES PRESTON 

OBG 032 176 BECKFORD DRIVE 

A AC HENDERSON 27536 

919 471-2273 GREEN, PAUL, JR. 

IM 092 315 G MOCKSVILLE AVE. 

AC SALISBURY 28144 

919 782-2631 GREEN, RAY LYMAN 

OBG 011 1216 DAVIE AVE. 

AC STATESVILLE 28677 

GREEN, ROBERT LEE, JR. 

704 687-1435 4100 CHAPEL HILL RD. 

OBG 092 #1 INNISFREE 

AC DURHAM 27707 919 489-8547 

919 571-1040 GREEN, ROBERT LORENZA R 034 

GS/NTR 032 3 1 55 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE A AC 

A * AC WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760-8381 

919 684-3314 GREEN, STEPHEN CLARK OBG 074 

ORS 096 ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AC 

AC DEPT. OF OB-GYN 

919 736-2157 GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-5903 

074 GREEN, WILLIAM ROBERT AN 060 

R 1901 RANDOLPH RD. A AC 

919 551-4757 CHARLOTTE 28207 704 375-6792 

P 034 GREENBERG, WILLIAM ROGER AN 090 

AC P.O. BOX 2188 A P AC 

919 768-4730 MONROE 28110 704 289-3247 

PS /GS 041 GREENE, DENNIS ALAN OTO /HNS 092 

A AC 3100 DURALEIGH RD. AC 

919 275-0919 RALEIGH 27612 919 831-5669 

FAX 919 275-4849 FAX 91 9 881 -5630 

AN 011 GREENE, ELEANOR E.W. OBG 040 

A AC 700 N. ELM ST. A AC 

704 254-1969 HIGH POINT 27262 919 841-6574 

074 GREENE, JOSEPH ELMO GP /OM 090 

A S 303 OLD HIGHWAY 74 A L 

919 830-3751 MARSHVILLE 28103 704 624-6688 

AN 034 GREENE, PHILLIP GP 090 

A AC 613 E. ROOSEVELT BLVD. AC 

919 748-4498 MONROE 28110 704 283-8193 



919 551 
IM 



919 250 
END /IM 



919 966 
DR 
A 
704 754 



919 756 
D 



919 633 



919 761 
IM GER 

919 373' 
FAX 919 373 
IM 

919 373 
IM 

A P 

704 982 
CD 

A 

919 765 
FP 

919 492 
GYN 

A P 

704 638 
OBG 

704 873 
PIN 



000 

RT 



041 

AC 



4963 
092 
AC 

2654 
032 
AC 

3336 
014 
AC 

2283 

074 

S 

9819 
025 
AC 

•1817 

034 

S 

■1310 
041 
AC 

■1184 

•1589 
041 
AC 

■1676 
084 
AC 

■8169 

034 

L/RT 

■5078 
091 
AC 

-2161 
080 
AC 
0023 
049 
AC 
1436 
032 
AC 



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GREENE, RALPH LEON, JR. 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD 
CHARLOTTE 2821 1 

fGREENE, ROBERT HADLEY 

2001 OAKLAWN AVENUE 
DECEASED--1 1-23-90 
CHARLOTTE 28216 
GREENE, WALTER BLAIR 

UNO 237 BURNETT-WOMACK 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 



GREENFIELD, JOS. C, JR. 

BOX 3246, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
GREENHOOT, JERRY HARVEY 

1010 EDGEHILL ROAD NORTH 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
GREENMAN, MAXWELL 

309 S. LAUREL AVENUE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
GREENWOOD, JAMES BROOKS, JR 



IM 



060 

A AC 

704 365-0760 

FAX 704 364-1641 

FP 060 

A 

704 332-7506 

ORS /PDS 032 

A * AC 

919 966-3691 

FAX 919 966-6730 

IM /CD 032 

AC 

919 681-6147 

NS 060 

A P AC 

704 376-1605 

OPH 060 

A AC 

704 372-4380 

FP 060 



2319 PROVIDENCE RD. 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
GREENWOOD, ROBERT SAMUEL 

UNC, 751 CLINICAL SCI. 229-H 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
GREER, THOMAS BYWATER 

P. O. BOX 18568 

RALEIGH 27619 
GREGANTI, MAC ANDREW 

UNC, DEPT. OF IM 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 

GREGG, CHARLES ELI 

108 BALLY HO DR. 

LEWISVILLE 27023 
GREGORY, HUGH STANLEY 

411 WESTERN BLVD., STE. A 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 
GREGORY, JERRY GLEN 

DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
GREIG, JOHN HAMILTON 

4023 ARBOR WAY 

CHARLOTTE 28211 
GREIG, PHILLIP C. 

2747 WESTMORE CT. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
GREMILLION, DAVID HENRY 

3000 NEW BERN AVE. 

RALEIGH 27610 
GRENKOSKI, MARK EDWIN 

491 BILTMORE AVE. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
GRESALFI, THOMAS J., JR. 

606 WALTER REED DR. 

GREENSBORO 27403 
GREVEN, CRAIG MICHAEL 

4234 ALLISTAR RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 



A L/RT 

704 366-4260 

CHN /PD 032 

A AC 

919 966-2528 

OBG 092 

A AC 

919 782-1273 

IM GER 032 

AC 

919 966-2276 

FAX 919 966-6630 

AN 034 

AC 

919 748-4791 

OTO 067 

A AC 

919 455-4847 

P 074 

A AC 



GREVEN, KATHRYN MCCONNELL 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
GREWAL, SATPAL KAUR 



919 551-2660 
AN 060 
AC 
704 366-9408 
034 
R 
919 765-2279 
IM /ID 092 
AC 
919 755-8520 
000 
R 
704 258-0635 
P 041 
AC 
919 299-0108 
OPH 034 
AC 
919 748-4091 
FAX 919 748-4207 
RO 034 
A AC 

919 748-4981 
TR 025 



CRAVEN REGIONAL MEDICAL CTR. AC 

PO BOX 5117 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-8730 

GRICE, KATHRYN A. 034 

3932 HAMPTON RD. A R 

CLEMMONS 27012 919 748-4498 

GRICE, ORMOND DREW GS 025 

701 NEWMAN RD. * AC 

NEW BERN 28562 919 633-2081 

GRICE, STEPHEN C. AN 034 

3932 HAMPTON RD. A AC 

CLEMMONS 27012 919 766-0911 

GRIER, JOHN CALVIN, JR. P 063 

P.O. BOX 819 A * L 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-6166 

GRIER, MICHAEL WILLIAM GE /IM 011 

30 CHOCTAW STREET AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-0881 



GRIER, RAYMOND EDWARD 

403 WILLOUGHBY BLVD. 

GREENSBORO 27408 

GRIFFETH, JACK THURMAN 

421-D S. SHARON AMITY RD. 
CHARLOTTE 2821 1 

GRIFFIN, ADRIAN MARK 

PO BOX 1623 
913 WORTH ST. 
MOUNT AIRY 27030 
GRIFFIN, ANDREW S. 

5116 CARVERSHAM CT. 
WINSTON-SALEM 27106 



AN /PH 041 

AC 

919 275-9741 

RO 036 

A AC 

704 866-2938 

FAX 704 866-21 25 

EM /P 086 

A P AC 



919 786-2001 
U 034 
A AC 

919 765-4021 
FAX 919 768-7782 

GRIFFIN, ASHTON THOMAS, III FP 096 

2400 WAYNE MEMORIAL DRIVE A AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 735-8601 

GRIFFIN, EZRA DANIEL, JR. OBG 060 

449 N. WENDOVER ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 364-3760 

GRIFFIN, JOSEPH LAIRD OBG 014 

P. O. BOX 2640 AC 

LENOIR 28645 704 758-2300 

GRIFFIN, MARION WILSON GS /TS 076 

218-D FOUSTST. A AC 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 625-6188 

GRIFFIN, RICHARD MADISON OPH 018 

27 13TH AVENUE. N.E. A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 322-6040 

GRIFFIN, ROBERT ASHLEY P /N 011 

APPALACHIAN HALL, BOX 5534 L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28813 704 253-3681 

GRIFFIN, STEPHANIE D. 074 

112TEAKWOOD DR. A R 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 537-4611 

GRIFFIN, THOMAS LAFAYETTE U 098 

1141 WOODLAND DR. A RT 

WILSON 27893 919 299-2200 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM LEWIS ORS 060 

120 PROVIDENCE RD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-0351 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM RAY, JR. P /N 011 

30 HILLTOP ROAD A L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 253-3681 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM RUSSELL, JR. ORS 060 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD, STE. 103 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 365-21 1 1 

GRIFFITH, MARY IRENE GYN 034 

515 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 722-2255 

GRIFFITHS, MARIAN FOLSOM N 001 

316 N. GRAHAM-HOPEDALE RD. A AC 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-3621 

GRIGG, CLAUD MCNEILL IM /CD 060 

217 TRAVIS AVENUE AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3350 

GRIGGS, BOYCE POWELL FP 055 

325 PINE ST. WEST URT 

LINCOLNTON 28092 704 735-2352 

GRIGGS, THOMAS RUSSELL CD /IM 032 

UNC SCHOOL OF MED. CB 7075 AC 
DEPT. OF MED. & PATHOLOGY 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-5207 

GRIGSBY, HARDIN BLAND GYN 049 

502 E. CENTER AVE. AC 

MOORESVILLE 28115 704 328-8146 

GRIM, KENNETH BOYD PTH /CLP 032 

124 FIRST ST. NW A L/RT 

LONG BEACH 28461 919 278-9424 

GRIMES, JOHN HARLIN U 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 302 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8423 

GRIMM, RUBY ANN ON /HEM 049 

738 BRYANT ST. A P AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-2219 

GRIMMETT, MATTHEW HILL R /PD 010 

829 SHORELINE DRIVE. WEST A L/RT 

SUNSET BEACH 28459 919 579-2091 

GRIMSON, BAIRD SANFORD OPH 032 

UNC CB #7040 AC 
733 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-5296 

GRINE, WILLIAM BARK U 098 

1704 TARBORO STREET A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-7001 



GRISHAM, JOE WHEELER PTH /GE 032 

UNC, DEPT.OF PTH-CB #7525 A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-4678 

GRISTINA, ANTHONY GEORGE ORS 034 

2190 FOX MILL RD. AC 
HERNDON, VA 22071 

GRIVAS, NICHOLAS ELLSWORTH NS 060 

1928 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 100 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-9312 

GROAT, RICHARD ARNOLD PTH 041 

702 W. CORNWALLIS DR. A L 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 274-7568 

GROAT, ROBERT LANIER OPH 041 

1317 N. ELM ST., STE. #4 AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 378-1442 

GROBEN, PAMELA ANNE PTH 001 

327 GRAHAM-HOPEDALE RD. AC 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 228-1371 

GROCE, JAMES GRAY P 092 

508 RALPH DR. AC 

CARY 27511 919 733-5540 

GRODE, HARVEY E. IM /ON 098 

WILSON CLINIC A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-7001 

GRODE, MICHAEL JAMES PD 060 

149 PROVIDENCE ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-6525 

GROMET, MATTHEW DR 060 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY AC 
PO BOX 36937 

CHARLOTTE 28236 704 362-1945 
FAX 704 362-7081 

GROOVER, CALTON DOUGLAS PTH 060 

P. O. BOX 32861 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 338-3227 

GROSS, JEFFREY LOUIS ORS 067 

128 MEMORIAL DRIVE A AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353-4500 

GROSSMAN, HERMAN LEWIS PDR /PD 032 

BOX 3834, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 681-2711 

GROSSMAN, JOEL SCOTT 034 

1721 ELIZABETH AVE. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 725-1557 

GROSSMAN, SARAH RONA 034 

5125TRAILWAY DR. S 
ROCKVILLE, MD 20853 

GROTE, THOMAS H. ON /IM 034 

3314 HEALY DR., STE. 107 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-2521 

GROVE, DAVID DWIGHT IM /CD 041 

1511 WESTOVER TERRACE AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 373-1184 

FAX 919 373-1589 

GRUBB, STEPHEN ALLEN ORS 032 

101 CONNER DR. STE. 200 A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 929-7796 

GRUBB, STEPHEN DALE FP 024 

PIREWAY RD. A P AC 
PO BOX 675 

TABOR CITY 28463 919 653-2113 

GRUBB, WALTER LEE, JR. DR 060 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY A AC 
PO BOX 36937 

CHARLOTTE 28236 704 362-1945 
FAX 704 362-7081 

GRUHN, WILLIAM BRYANT IM 060 

10724 PARK RD., STE. 208 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 372-8750 

GUAJARDO, CESAR PYA IP 032 

20 W. COLONY PL., STE. 160 AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 489-2878 

GUALTIERI, C. THOMAS P /CHP 032 

212 W. ROSEMARY ST. AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 933-2000 

GUARINO, GUY JOSEPH PTH 018 

ROUTE #2, BOX 197 A AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 322-3821 

GUARINO, ROSARIO N 064 

2412 PROFESSIONAL DR. A C 
BOX 7504 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-0041 

GUAY, PAUL FERNAND DR 098 

3007 WOLF TRAP DR. AC 

WILSON 27893 919 399-8112 



66 

GUERRA. MARC FRANCIS 

912 CONNELLY SPRINGS RD. 
LENOIR 28645 
GUESS, HARRY ADELBERT 

104 WATERFORD PL. 
CHAPEL HILL 27514 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



GUEST, CHRIS WARREN 

102 POMONA DRIVE 

GREENSBORO 27407 
GUIJARRO, JOSE JULIO. JR. 

1008 E. ASH ST. 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
GUILFORD, WILLIAM BONNER 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY 

PO BOX 36937 

CHARLOTTE 28236 
GUITERAS, GEORGE PATRICK 

120 CONNER DR., STE. 200 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
GULLEDGE, SIDNEY LOY, III 

4301 LAKE BOONE TR..STE. 200 

RALEIGH 27607 
GULLEY, MARCUS MARCELLUS 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
GULYN, ANNA BAUHOFER 

117 PINETREE ROAD 

SALISBURY 28144 
GULYN, BOHDAN EMANUEL 

117 PINETREE ROAD 

SALISBURY 28144 
GUNNELLS, JAMES CAULIE 

BOX 2991. DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
GUNTER, JUNE U. 

1411 N. MANGUM STREET 

DURHAM 27701 
GUNTER, WM. B., JR. 

209 E. CARVER ST 

DURHAM 27704 
GUNTHER, ROBERT CLARENCE 

25 LAWRENCE PLACE 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
GUPTA, GOOL KAPADIA 

2704 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
GUPTA, JAGMOHAN DASS 

2704 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
GUTMAN, ROBERT ALLAN 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 604 

DURHAM 27704 



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AC 
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C 
919 734-1141 
DR 060 
AC 



704 362-1945 

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AC 

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GUTSCH, DAVID EDWARD 

100 ROCK CREEK DR.. APT. H-102 

CARRBORO 27510 
GUTTER, GUIDO PETER 

3901 N. ROXBORO RD. 

PO BOX 1 5249 

DURHAM 27704 
GUTTLER, SANFORD DENNIS 

1 TRADE STREET 

GRANITE FALLS 28630 
GUY, CLIFFORD RICHARD 

250 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



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P /GP 080 
A RT 

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NEP /IM 032 
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AC 
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CD /IM 096 
AC 
919 736-4724 
NEP /IM 032 
A AC 

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032 
R 
919 966-2536 
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AC 



HAAK, EDWARD DECKER, JR. IM /CD 076 

208 FOUST ST. AC 

P. O. BOX 2839 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 625-4020 

HAAKENSON, GARY ALVIN OBG 092 

3126 BLUE RIDGE RD. A AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 782-3865 

HAAR, FREDERICK BEHREND PD 074 

610 S. OAK STREET A L 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-2039 

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3629 CAPE CENTER DR. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-8335 

HABEL, DAVID CHRISTOPHER 032 

2511 HIGHLAND AVE. R 

DURHAM 27704 919 684-8111 

HABER, ROBERT HUGH IM /CD 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #300 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-1503 

HABERKERN, ROY CONRAD CHP IP 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4220 

HADDOCK, AMOS EARL CD CD 050 

201 ASHEVILLE HGWY..STE 203 AC 

SYLVA 28779 704 586-7451 

HADI, HAMID A. 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AC 

DEPT. OF OB.GYN 

GREENVILLE 27858 
HADLER, NORTIN MARVIN 

UNO DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 



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GUYER, EVA RUTH WARD 

6303 WESTWIND DR. 

GREENSBORO 27410 
GUZMAN, ROSA NIVEA 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
GWINN, MICHAEL DALE 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD., STE 

RALEIGH 27609 
GWYN, PAUL PERKINS, JR. 

2901 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
GWYNNE, JOHN THOMAS 

234 HUNTINGTON DRIVE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
HA, KHIE SEM 

229 S. MAIN STREET 

RED SPRINGS 28377 



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AC 

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AC 

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034 

A R 

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430 A AC 

91 9 876-7676 

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AC 

919 765-8620 

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AC 

919 966-3338 

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AC 

919 843-4117 



HADLEY, ROBERT PURCELL 

P. O. BOX 1328 

WASHINGTON 27889 
HAGAMAN, LEN DOUGHTON 

300 CHERRY DR. 

BOONE 28607 
HAGGERTY, JESSE CORNELIUS 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

DEPT. OF FAMILY MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 

HAGINS, DAVID MICHAEL 

KINSTON CLINIC NORTH 

KINSTON 28501 
HAGLER, DAN N. 

125 BALDWIN AVE. 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
HAHN, MICHAEL WAYNE 

801 MCCARTHY BLVD. 

NEW BERN 28560 
HAHN, PAULETTE C. 

404 ROTARY AVE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
HAHNER, MATTHEW 

675 BILTMORE AVE.. STE. D 

ASHEVILLE 28803 
HAINES, CARROLL FOGG, JR. 

515 THOMPSON ST., STE. A 

EDEN 27288 
HAINES, RICHARD LITTLETON 

HIGHWAY 17, 

P. O. BOX 565 

HAMPSTEAD 28443 
HAIR, GLENN EDGAR 

3314 MELROSE ROAD 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
HAIRFIELD. BEVERLY DEW 

604 W. UNION ST 



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RHU /IM 032 

AC 

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L/RT 

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919 551-2587 

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704 338-6300 

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074 

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GS 011 

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AC 

919 627-5271 

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AC 

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919 323-1463 

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L/RT 



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MORGANTON 28655 704 437-3362 

HAISTY, WESLEY KENNETH, JR. CD /IM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4673 

HAITHCOCK, WILLIAM DANA, JR. OBG 026 

1219 WALTER REED ROAD A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-2103 

HAIZLIP, THOMAS MATTHEWS CHP /P 092 

5201 REMBERT DRIVE A AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 733-5344 

HAJISHEIKH, MOOSA CD /IM 077 

P.O. BOX 1537 A AC 

ROCKINGHAM 28379 919 997-3177 



HALE, LAURA POPE 

6512 CRAIG ROAD 

DURHAM 27712 
HALE, LESLIE MORGAN 

110 CONNER DR. STE. #2 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
HALE, ROBERT VERNON 

110 CONNER DR. STE. #2 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
HALE, WAYNE A. 

1125 N. CHURCH ST. 

GREENSBORO 27401 
HALL, BAHNSON DAVID 

315 MOCKSVILLE AVENUE 

SALISBURY 28144 
HALL, BRENT DWAYNE 

4661 -J HOPE VALLEY RD. 

DURHAM 27701 
HALL, BRUCE LEE 

#9 GEORGETOWN CT. 

DURHAM 27705 
HALL, CHRISTOPHER STERLING 

1706 LYNWOOD AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
HALL, COLIN DAVID 

UNO DEPT. OF NEUROLOGY 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
HALL, DANIEL CRAWFORD 

1219 ROCKINGHAM RD. 

SUITE #11, VILLAGE PLAZA 

ROCKINGHAM 23879 
HALL, DAVID HARTMAN 

910 N. ALEXANDER ST. 

CHARLOTTE 28206 
HALL, DONALD GAMMON 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #300 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
HALL, GEORGE DANIEL 

3109 WILLOW OAK RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
HALL, GREGORY GRAYSON 

2144 ECHO LANE 
HALL, JAMES BRYAN 

1901 BRUNSWICK 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HALL, JAMES GRAYSON 

P. O. BOX 158 

DOBSON 27017 
HALL, JAMES SAMUEL 

341 5-C MELROSE ROAD 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
HALL, JOHN HOWLAND 

1301 W WENDOVER AVE. 

WENDOVER MEDICAL PK. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
HALL, JOHN MOIR 

357 IVY CIRCLE 

ELKIN 28621 
HALL, JOSEPH CULLEN 

305 STUART DRIVE 

SALISBURY 28144 
HALL, LOCKSLEY S. 

LC. HOOTS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

YADKINVILLE 27055 
HALL, MARY NOLAN 

PO BOX 32861 

CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER 

CHARLOTTE 28232 
HALL, SUSAN MARIE 

2015 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 108 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HALL, WARNER LEANDER, JR. 

P. O. BOX 18568 

RALEIGH 27619 
HALL, WILLIAM ERNEST 

555 CARTHAGE RD. 

LOWER LEVEL 

SANFORD 27330 
HALL, WILLIAM JAMES, JR. 

P. O. BOX 2406 

NEW BERN 28561 
HALLOCK, JAMES ANTHONY 

OFFICE OF THE DEAN.AD 48 

ECU SCH. OF MED. BRODY BLDG 

GREENVILLE 27858 



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A S 

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A AC 

919 942-8701 

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OBG 080 

A AC 

704 636-9270 

074 

R 

919 752-7222 

032 

S 

919 383-9784 

034 

A S 

919 727-7534 

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919 966-5522 

FP 077 

AC 

919 895-1989 

FP 060 

AC 

704 355-3084 

CD 060 

AC 

704 373-1503 

FP 060 

A AC 

704 392-1847 

AN 065 

AC 

OBG /ON 060 

AC 

704 331-3149 

FP 086 

A P * AC 

919 386-8270 

PD 026 

AC 

919 484-8163 

D 041 

A AC 



919 272-3152 

GP 086 

A L/RT 

919 835-4534 

OBG 080 

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704 633-9508 

GS 086 

AC 

919 679-2041 

FP 060 

A AC 

704 355-3172 

OPH 060 

AC 

704 334-2020 

OBG 092 

AC 

919 782-1273 

FP 053 

AC 

919 775-1000 
OTO 025 
A AC 

919 638-2666 
PD 074 
A * AC 

919 551-2201 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



67 



IALPERIN, EDWARD CHARLES 

BOX 3085, DUMC 
DURHAM 27710 



IAMAD, MAZEN E.Z. 

3100 DURALEIGH RD. 

RALEIGH 27612 
IAMAD. SABAH 

128 STEEPLECHASE RD. 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
IAMATY, DANIEL 

140 NIBLICK CT. 

DENVER 28037 
IAMBRIGHT, RUFUS ROBERTS 

9-B FOUNTAIN MANOR DR. 

GREENSBORO 27405 
HAMBRIGHT, WESLEY F. 
I 1701 COUNTRY CLUB RD. 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 
HAMBY, GEORGE WALTERS 

DOCTOR'S BUILDING, WILLOW DR 



TR 032 

* AC 

919 684-3196 

FAX 919 684-3953 

FP 092 

AC 

919 881-5300 

074 

S 

919 937-4451 

IM RHU 060 

A AC 

704 372-3714 

GYN 041 

LRT 

919 273-2563 

OBG 067 

A * AC 

919 353-4333 

P 032 

AC 



CHAPEL HILL 27514 
HAMBY, JAMES LAWRENCE 
I WATAUGA MED. ARTS. BLDG. 
I BOONE 28607 
I HAMER, ALFRED WILSON, JR. 
I 103 MEDICAL HEIGHTS DR. 
; MORGANTON 28655 



HAMILTON, BRIAN HUGH 

LAUREL RIDGE APTS. #32 

HIGHWAY 54 BYPASS 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 
HAMILTON, BUFORD LINDSAY, JR 
■ P. O. BOX 8 

STONY POINT 28678 
HAMILTON, GENE THOMAS 

622 MEDICAL DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
HAMILTON, JAMES PRESSLY 

2104 RANDOLPH ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HAMILTON, WILLIAM GODFREY 

P. O. BOX 429 

FAIRVIEW 28730 
HAMMER, DONALD EDWIN 

2206 CUMBERLAND AVENUE 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
HAMMER, DOUGLAS IRA 

PO BOX 30786 

RALEIGH 27622 
HAMMES, STEPHEN R. 

622-R E. KNOX ST. 

DURHAM 27701 
HAMMETT, ELLIOTT BRIAN 

V.A. HOSPITAL 116-A 

DURHAM 27705 
HAMMOCK, RONALD MACK 

200 DOCTOR'S DR. SUITE C 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 
HAMMOND, ALFRED FRANKLIN, JR 

1514 TRENT BOULEVARD 

NEW BERN 28560 
HAMMOND, CHARLES B. 

BOX 3853, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 



919 929-6155 

U 095 

A P AC 

704 264-5150 

OBG 012 

AC 

704 437-6122 

FAX 704 438-1025 

032 

A S 



HAMMONDS, MAX WAYNE 

334 BROOKSIDE CAMP RD. 

HENDERSONVILLE 28792 
HAMMONDS, ROBERT EUGENE 

113 COUNTRY CLUB DR. 

CONCORD 28025 
HAMPTON, CYNTHIA ANNE 

1924 RUIN CREEK RD. STE. 204 

HENDERSON 27536 
HAMPTON, JAMES HARRIS, JR. 

PO BOX 325 

SUNNY ACRES SHOPPING CTR. 

LEWISVILLE 27023 
HAMRICK, ALGER VASON, III 

1109 DRESSER COURT 

RALEIGH 27609 
HAMRICK, JOHN CARL 

P. O. BOX 668 

SHELBY 28150 



919 967-9462 
. FP /GP 049 
AC 
704 585-2953 
ORS 074 
A * AC 

919 752-4613 
PDS 060 
AC 
704 377-3900 
FP 011 
AC 
919 628-2225 
GS 060 
AC 
704 375-3504 
EM GPM 092 
A P AC 

919 847-8821 
032 
A S 

91 9 684-8243 
P 032 
A AC 

919 286-0411 
U 067 
AC 
919 353-9994 
GP 025 
A URT 

919 637-6066 
OBG /END 032 
AC 
91 9 684-3008 
FAX 919 684-6161 
AN 045 
A AC 

704 692-8688 
OTO /PS 013 
A AC 

704 788-2154 
OPH 091 
A AC 

919 492-8021 
FP 034 
A AC 



919 945-5846 

FP 092 

AC 

919 872-4900 
GS 023 

A L/RT 

704 487-5132 



HAMRICK, JOHN CARL, JR. 

110 W. GROVER STREET 

SHELBY 28150 
HAMRICK, LADD WATTS, JR. 

390 COPPERFIELD BLVD. 

CONCORD 28025 
HAMSTEAD, STEVEN LYNN 

201 N. MAIN ST. 

FARMVILLE 27828 
HAN, GWANG SOO 

19 CENTRAL STREET 

SYLVA 28779 
HANCOCK, GEORGE MARVIN 

PO BOX 1648 

LENOIR 28645 
HANCOCK, RICHARD PAUL 

702 TILGHMAN DR. 

DUNN 28334 
HANCOCK, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. 

1303 W. DAVIS ST. 

BURLINGTON 27215 
HAND, LEROY CORBETT, JR. 

104 HAVENWOOD DRIVE 

CAMDEN 27921 
HANLEY. EDWARD N., JR. 

PO BOX 32861 

CAROLINAS MED. CTR. 

CHARLOTTE 28232 
HANNA, DONALD PAUL 

103 BAINES COURT 

CARY 2751 1 
HANNA, LINDA J. 

PO BOX 526 

BLOWING ROCK 28605 
HANNA, PAMELA GAYLE 

20318 NORMAN COLONY RD 

METROLINA ANES. GROUP 

CHARLOTTE 28236 
HANNA, RICHARD TINSLEY 

6900 FARMINGDALE DRIVE 

CHARLOTTE 28212 
HANNAH, FRANK THOMAS 

313 S. WASHINGTON STREET 

SHELBY 28150 
HANRAHAN, LEO ROBERT, JR. 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

DEPT. OF PATHOLOGY 

GREENVILLE 27858 
HANSCOM, ALFRED CARLETON 

RT. #11, BOX 260 

HENDERSONVILLE 28792 
HANSEN, ALFRED ROY 

522 DOGWOOD DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 
HANSEN, KIMBERLEY J. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



HANSON, JOHN STEPHEN 

1718 E. 4TH ST., STE. 607 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
HANSPAL, PRITHVI PAL SINGH 

171 MCARTHUR STREET 

P. O. BOX 1509 

ASHEBORO 27203 
HAPKE, EDITH JOSEPHINE 

70 WOODFIN PL., STE. 304 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
HARANATH, BOGOLU S.S. 

3677 GLEN BARRY CIR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
HARBEN, DOUGLAS JAMES 

3535 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 10 

CHARLOTTE 28211 
HARBOLD, NORRIS BROWN, JR 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #300 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
HARDAKER, WILLIAM T., JR. 

BOX 3956, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 

HARDAWAY, DAVID M. 

1202 N. CENTER ST. 
HICKORY 28601 



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A 


AC 


704 487-1177 


IM/NM 


013 


A 


AC 


704 782-3135 


IM 


074 




AC 


919 753-7141 


OBG 


050 


A 


AC 


704 586-4096 


GS 


014 


A 


AC 


704 758-5501 


GS/TS 


043 


A 


AC 


919 892-8120 


JR. PTH 


001 


A 


AC 


919 226-0196 


FP/EM 


070 




LRT 


919 335-0531 


ORS 


060 


A 


AC 


704 355-4257 


PS/GS 


092 


A 


AC 


919 467-1929 


NM /GS 


095 


A 


C 


704 295-7840 


AN 


060 




AC 


704 379-5955 


FP /HYP 


060 




AC 


704 536-1362 


OPH 


023 


* 


AC 


704 482-0696 


PTH BLB 


074 


A P 


AC 


919 551 


2806 


EM /FP 


011 


A 


AC 


704 693-7623 


EM /FP 


032 


* 


AC 


919 966-5643 


GS/VS 


034 


A 


AC 


919 748-4151 


FAX 919 748-5414 


GE/IM 


060 




AC 


704 375-9484 


U 


076 




AC 


919 625-3997 


PUD /IM 


011 


A 


AC 


704 254-8878 


DR 


026 




AC 


919 323-2012 


D/IM 


060 


-W A 


AC 


704 364-6110 


CD/IM 


060 


A 


AC 


704 373-1503 


ORS 


032 


A 


AC 


919 684-5334 


FAX 919 684-8666 


U 


018 


A 


AC 


704 322-4340 


FAX 704 323-8450 



HARDEMAN, RICHARD AUSTIN FP 023 

616 E. MARION STREET AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-6338 

HARDIE, GREGORY STEVEN AN 034 

408 FORSYTH MEDICAL PK AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-7680 

HARDIN, JAMES BENFORD FP 078 

206 W. 28TH STREET AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-8164 

HARDING, ROBERT WILLIAM IM 081 

NORRIS-BIGGS CLINIC AC 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 
HARDISON, JOE WILLIAM 

1320 MEDICAL DRIVE 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
HARDISON, JOSEPH H..JR. 

2801 LAKEVIEW 

RALEIGH 27609 
HARDISON, MITCHELL DALE 

3900 BROWNING PL. 

RALEIGH 27609 
HARDY, IRA MAY, II 

2325 STANTONSBURG RD. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
HARDY, JAMES JOSEPH 

150 PROVIDENCE RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HARDY, JOHN GREGG 

2501 STANTONSBURG RD. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
HARE, HUGH GERALD 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HARE, ROY ALLEN 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 205 

DURHAM 27704 
HARKER, MARGARET NELSEN 

P. O. DRAWER 897 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 
HARKINS, PAUL DUANE 

1505 WESTOVER TERR. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
HARLAN, STEVEN DANE 

P. O. BOX 308 

HICKORY 28603 
HARLESS, JAMES M. 

307 FOXCROFT DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HARLEY, STEWART JACQUES 

114 HOSPITAL DRIVE 

CLYDE 28721 
HARMAN, JOHN SIMON 

1610 VAUGHN ROAD 

BURLINGTON 27215 
HARMEL, MEREL HILBER 

BOX 3094, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
HARMON, PERRY MONROE 

3613 CAPE CENTER DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
HARMON, RAYMOND HARRIS 

120 HIGHLAND AVENUE 

BOONE 28607 
HARNED, HERBERT SPENCER, JR 

803 SPRING DELL LANE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
HARNED, ROBERT G. 

603 BILTMORE AVE. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
HAROUNY, VICTOR ROBERT 

150 PROVIDENCE RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HARPER, CHARLES A., JR. 

WOMEN S HOSP. OF GREENSBORO 

801 GREEN VALLEY RD. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
HARPER, DAVID KEITH 

500 LAKE CONCORD RD., NE 

CONCORD 28025 
HARPER, JAMES ROBINSON 

891 W. WILLOW DRIVE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
HARPER, LARRY OLEN 

KERNODLE CLINIC, INC. 

BURLINGTON 27217 



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IM /GE 092 

A RT 

919 872-4850 

IM 092 

C 

919 781-9650 

NS 074 

A AC 

919 752-5156 

OBG 060 

A AC 

704 377-0461 

N 074 

AC 

919 752-4848 

IM 034 

AC 

919 765-3855 

IM 032 

A AC 

919 471-8481 

GP 016 

A * AC 

919 247-3476 

ORS /HS 041 

A AC 

919 275-0927 

R 018 

A AC 

704 322-2644 

034 

S 

919 768-4780 

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AC 

704 452-2218 

U 001 

A AC 

919 227-2761 

AN 032 

A L/RT 

919 684-2945 

OBG 026 

AC 

919 483-6677 

OPH 095 

A L/RT 

704 264-8669 

PDC 032 

L/RT 

919 966-4601 

011 

AC 

919 924-2340 

OBG 060 

A AC 

704 377-0461 

OBG 041 

A AC 



919 691-6877 

OPH 013 

A P AC 

704 782-1127 

IM /CD 032 

AC 

919 942-5123 

IM /END 001 

A AC 

919 227-3621 



68 

HARPER, MARGARET A. OBG NPM 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748 

HARPER, MATT CLEVELAND, JR. GP 

CHERRY HOSP., CALLER BOX 8000 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



GOLDSBORO 27530 
HARPER, ROBERT NORMENT, JR. 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD. 

RALEIGH MEDICAL PLAZA 

RALEIGH 27609 
HARPER, ROBERT NORMENT, SR 

3153-G GLENWOOD PROF. VILL 

RALEIGH 27608 
HARPER, WAYNE LEE 

3100 BLUE RIDGE RD. 

RALEIGH 27612 
HARR, CHARLES DULANEY 

719 WESTVIEW DRIVE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HARR. DEBRA M. B. 

719 WESTVIEW DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HARRELL, LONNIE CLAYTON, III 

150 PROVIDENCE ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HARRELL, WADE WHITLEY 

319 WESTWOOD AVENUE 

HIGH POINT 27262 
HARRELL, WARREN LAMAR, JR. 

1237 BROOKWOOD DRIVE 

SHELBY 28150 
HARRELL, WILLIAM FLETCHER, JR. 

1142 N. ROAD ST. 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 
HARRELSON, JOHN MILES 

BOX 3023. DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
HARRINGTON, LEE, JR. 

2340 OLIVET CHURCH ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
HARRIS, BRUCE C. 

PO BOX 1460 

STATESVILLE MEDICAL GROUP 

STATESVILLE 28677 
HARRIS, CARLTON MCKENZIE 

#2 NEW BERN SQUARE 

GREENSBORO 27408 
HARRIS, CHARLES ODELL 

400 CRUTCHFIELD ST. STE. B 
DURHAM 27704 

HARRIS, CHARLES THEODORE, JR 

401 FESBROOK COURT 
CHARLOTTE 28270 

HARRIS, CHARLES WALKER 

125 BALDWIN AVE. 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
HARRIS, JAMES TODD 

APT. B-4, DOCTOR'S PARK 

GREENVILLE 27834 
HARRIS, JEFFREY DAVISON 

HIGHWAY 127 NORTH 

P. O. BOX 6050 

HICKORY 28603 
HARRIS, JEFFREY E. 

1515 DOCTORS CIR. 

WILMINGTON 28401 
HARRIS, JOHN JOEL 

2501 KENAN AVE. 

LUMBERTON 28358 
HARRIS, LARRY COLEMAN 

P. O. BOX 40405 

FAYETTEVILLE 28309 
HARRIS, LAWRENCE STANLEY 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

DEPT. OF CLINICAL PATH. 

GREENVILLE 27858 



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2501 KENAN 

LUMBERTON 28358 
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POBOX 3120, CRS 

JOHNSON CITY, TN 37602 
HARRIS, MILTON DEAN 

3073 TRENWEST DR 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



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3320 WAKE FOREST RD. 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872 

HARRIS, SAMUEL RANCHOR OBG 

7 MEDICAL PARK DRIVE A 

LEXINGTON 27292 704 243 

HARRIS. THOMAS REGINALD PUD IM 

808 SCHENCK STREET A 

SHELBY 28150 704 482 

HARRIS, TYNDALL PEACOCK IM 

P. O. BOX 3118 

CHAPEL HILL 27515 919 489- 

HARRIS, WILLIAM RANDALL, IV 

4053 ARBOR WAY A 

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HARRIS, WILLIAM RIX OPH 

P. O. BOX 2588 

HICKORY 28603 704 322- 

HARRISON, FRANK N.H., JR. OBG 

PO BOX 32861 A 

CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 364- 

HARRISON, LLOYD HERRITAGE U 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748- 

HARRISS, WILLIAM FRED R 

P. O. BOX 5007 A 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 884- 

HARSHAW, CHARLES WILLIAM, JR. CD /IM 

P. O. BOX 20928 

GREENSBORO 27420 919 275 

HARSHBARGER, JOHN LYNN RHU /IM 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DR. 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 341 

HARSTON, PHILLIP REED OBG 

2711 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 512 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 333- 

HART, ANDREW PAUL AN 

202 DOCTORS BLDG. A 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254 

HART, ELZIE FRANKLIN, JR. OTO PS 

PO DRAWER 340 

MORGANTON 28655 
HART, OLIVER JAMES, III 

278 FLINTSHIRE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
HART, OLIVER JAMES, JR. 

1806 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HART, OLIVER JAMES, SR. 

1930 GEORGIA AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
HART, ROBERT WILLIAM, III 

221 13TH AVENUE PL., NW 

HICKORY 28601 



704 433 
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A 

919 768 
U 
A 

919 768 
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A 

919 722 
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A 

704 322 
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HART, TIMOTHY BERTRAND 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD. 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872 

HARTLE, EDGAR OWEN EM 

821 MT. VERNON AVE. 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 334 

HARTMAN, EDWIN LONZO IM 

515 N. EIGHTH STREET 

SMITHFIELD 27577 919 934 

HARTMANN, THOMAS MICHAEL DR 

PO BOX 2959 

ASHEVILLE 28802 704 254 

HARTNESS, ALBERT R. FP 

RT. #2, BOX 386-B 

DENVER 28037 919 483 

HARTNESS, ALVIN HUNTER PD 

PO BOX 43505 A 

FAYETTEVILLE 28309 919 323 

HARTNESS, JOHN FREDERICK, JR. IM /EM 

1307 DOVE STREET 

MONROE 28110 704 289 

HARTNESS, WILLIAM RUFUS, JR. FP 

615 CARR STREET A 

SANFORD 27330 919 775 

HARTSELL, CHARLES JACOB, JR. AN 

MOORE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295 

HARTSFIELD, DONALD W. FP 

BOX 427 

BRYSON CITY 28713 704 488 



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HARTSOCK, LANGDON ALL 

2413 DELLWOOD DR. 

DURHAM 27705 
HARTZOG, HENRY GERARD, 

PO BOX 32090 

RALEIGH 27622 
HARVELL, JAMES O, JR. 

604 MEDICAL DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 



ORS 

919 684 
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919 781 
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A 

919 758 
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HARVEY, DAVID L. 

1985 TATE BLVD. 

750 FIRST PLAZA 

HICKORY 28602 
HARVEY, WALLACE WATSON, JR 

312 NORTH ST, 

PORTSMOUTH, VA 23704 
HARVIN, ALLAN BRABHAM 

RT. #7, BOX 54 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
HARWOOD, TIMOTHY NEIL 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HASHWAY, THOMAS, JR. 

1701 BRIAR LAKE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
HASKETT, JOSEPH RAY, JR. 

PO BOX 1210 

EDENTON INTERNAL MED PA 

EDENTON 27932 
HASLAM, JOHN BATTLE 

200 DOCTOR'S BLDG. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
HASSELL, CHARLES M., JR. 

1200 N. ELM STREET 

GREENSBORO 27401 
HASSELMAN, CARL THOMAS 

1909 YEARBY AVE., APT. E 

DURHAM 27705 
HASSLER, ROBERT EMIEL 

#16 MEDICAL CENTER DR. 

SUPPLY 28462 
HATCH, STEPHEN J. 

4104 MOSS BROOK DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27127 
HATCHER, MARTIN ARMSTEAD 

1305 W. WENDOVER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO 27408 
HATCHER, PAUL ARTHUR 

1510 DAMON COURT, SE 

ROCHESTER, MN 55904 
HATCHER, WALTER BENJAMIN 

108-B CONCORD DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
HATTAWAY, ALEXANDER C.,lll 

3010 ANDERSON DR. 

PO BOX 18946 

RALEIGH 27619 
HATTEN, H. PAUL, JR. 

DUMC, BOX 3808 

DURHAM 27710 
KAUCH, THOMAS WRAY 

MECKLENBURG MEDICAL GROUP 

3535 RANDOLPH RD. #W300 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
HAUPT, RONALD ANTHONY 

ROUTE #2, BOX 294 

LANSING 28643 
HAUSCH, RAYMOND CHARLES 

110 CHAUCER CT. 

CARRBORO 27510 919 967 

HAVEN, ANDREW EDDY OBG 

2245 STANTONSBURG RD..STE.H 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 757- 

HAVERKAMP, JOHN D 

619 PARK AVE. A P * 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 734- 

HAWES. MARY LINDA IM /NEP 

100 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL A 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443- 

HAWES, SAMUEL PINCKNEY, III U 

1333 ROMANY ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372- 

HAWES, STEPHEN JAMES, JR. ID /IM 

1928 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 314 A P 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 331- 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



69 



AWK, ROBERT JOE 

1220 ASHEVILLE HIGHWAY 

BREVARD 28712 
AWK, RODNEY JAMES 

512 PARK HILL CT. 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
AWKINS, BARRY FUGH 

PO BOX 2958 

CONCORD 28025 
AWKINS, HAL BURGESS 

11 GREEN WAY 

WILKESBORO 28697 
AWKINS, JAMES HUBERT, SR. 

P. 0. BOX 476 
i GRAHAM 27253 
AWKINS, MICHAEL MILLS 

28 BROOKWOOD AVE. 

WILMINGTON 28403 
AWKINS, SARALYN REID 

4800 UNIVERSITY DR. APT. 13-B 
, DURHAM 27707 
AWORTH, CHESTER CARL, JR. 

624 QUAKER LANE, SUITE 211-B 

HIGH POINT 27262 



OBG 088 

A AC 

704 883-8115 
OTO 045 
AC 
704 693-0706 
IM 013 
LiRT 
704 782-1101 
FP 097 
A URT 

919 838-5459 
GP 001 
AC 
919 227-7496 
000 
R 
919 343-7000 
032 
S 
919 493-6525 
N /IM 040 
A P AC 

919 889-1496 
! AWTHORNE, HENRY CLAIBORNE, JR PD 065 
■ 1920S. 16TH STREET AC 

■■WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-2072 

:■ AYDON, FRANK A. ORS 056 

PO BOX 660 AC 

FRANKLIN 28734 704 369-6380 

AYE, HENRY SOLOMON OBG 067 

r PO BOX 1229 AC 

.'■ JACKSONVILLE 28541 919 346-2182 

•i AYEK, CHARLES S. PD 023 

;'■ 101 GROVER ST. A AC 

••' SHELBY 28150 704 482-1435 

:, ;AYES, BENNETT ALLEN, JR. OBG 026 

": 1219 WALTER REED ROAD A AC 

:■ FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-2103 

,; AYES, DAVID ALLEN CCM /IM 092 

,.' 3320 WAKE FOREST RD AC 

':■ PO BOX 18700 

„] RALEIGH 27609 919 878-0361 

FAX 919 878-9260 
i lAYES, DONALD MICHAEL OM /IM 034 

:;. SARA LEE CORP. A * AC 

:".: PO BOX 2760 

^ WINSTON-SALEM 27102 919 744-3708 

..: IAYES, HUGH HARRISON.JR. R 060 

■J 5033 GORHAM DR. A * RT 

1 CHARLOTTE 28226 

riAYES, JAMES WILLIAM ORS 001 

'■.' KERNODLE CLINIC AC 

J BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-3621 

' IAYES, JOHN TERRENCE ORS 034 

$ 1342 WESTGATE CENTER DR. AC 

: 'l WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-3595 

. IAYES, MARK ALAN 032 

J 84 LAUREL RIDGE APTS. R 

1 HWY. 54 W. BYPASS 

N CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 933-6091 

HAYES, RICHARD IVAN OBG 092 

•% 3320 WAKE FOREST RD. A AC 

: -l RALEIGH 27609 919 876-8225 

HAYES, THOMAS PATRICK RO 080 

I 229 MOCKSVILLE AVE. A C 

§ SALISBURY 28144 704 636-6432 

FAX 704 636-6434 
1 IAYES, WILLIAM CLAYTON GP 097 

% P. O. BOX 540 A RT 

:| WILKESBORO 28697 919 838-5498 

* HAYES, WILLIAM CLAYTON, JR. PD 036 

M 825 MAJESTIC CT.. STE. B AC 

■'., GASTONIA 28054 704 864-5437 

i HAYES, WILLIAM JAMES 000 

MJ 100 BLYTHE BLVD. R 

-: CAROLINAS MED. CTR 

A CHARLOTTE 28209 704 355-2000 

■M HAYGOOD, VANESSA PEARLINE OBG 041 

4 721 GREEN VALLEY RD, STE 101 AC 

■y GREENSBORO 27408 919 292-7010 

;« HAYNES, CARL LEWIS, JR. EM 054 

.; PO BOX 1636 A P * AC 

•J! KINSTON 28501 919 522-7171 

■.K HAYNES, LAWRENCE BOWMAN AN 092 

■C 1205 KERSHAW DR. A * AC 

Hi RALEIGH 27609 919 782-2009 



HAYWARD, JAMES NEIL N 032 

UNC.751 CLINICAL SCI. BLDG. A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2526 

HAYWOOD, HUBERT BENBURY, III ID 092 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD. AC 
PO BOX 18700 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-4850 

HAYWOOD, HUBERT BENBURY.JR. OPH 092 

2109 BANBURY ROAD A L/RT 

RALEIGH 27608 919 782-0236 

HAZLEHURST, JOHN LIVINGSTON GS 011 

16 MCDOWELL STREET A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-3366 

HAZZARD, SUSAN L. 032 

805 JACKSON ST. S 

DURHAM 27701 919 688-1182 

HAZZARD, WM. RUSSELL IM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4305 

HEAD, CHARLES M. GYN 067 

304 AUGUSTA CT. A AC 

NEW BERN 28562 919 455-6282 

HEADLEY, ROBERT NELSON CD /IM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4331 

HEAFNER, MICHAEL DANIEL.SR. NS 060 

1010 EDGEHILL ROAD, NORTH A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 376-1605 

HEALY, PATRICK K. IM 034 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. * AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

HEARON, BRIAN PAUL CD /IM 018 

230 18TH ST. CIRCLE SE A P AC 

HICKORY 28602 704 324-4804 

HEATH, DIANA HEATHER OPH 032 

4600 UNIVERSITY DR. APT. 1117 A R 

DURHAM 27707 919 684-6611 

HEATON, FREDERICK CHRISTIAN GYN 092 

3809 COMPUTER DR., STE. 201 A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-6200 

HEBERT, MARY ELIZABETH 032 

2331 CHARLOTTE ST. R 

DURHAM 27705 919 684-8111 
HEDGPETH, EDWARD MCGOWAN, JR. OPH 032 

1110 W MAIN STREET * AC 

DURHAM 27701 919 682-9341 

HEDGPETH, JOSEPH ROWLAND OBG 029 

1302 LEXINGTON AVENUE A P AC 

THOMASVILLE 27360 919 475-6139 

HEDGPETH, WILLIAM CAREY GYN 078 

P.O. BOX 1021 A LRT 
LUMBERTON 28358 

HEDRICK, HOLLY LEE 032 

910 CONSTITUTION DR. APT. 804 S 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-1708 

HEDRICK, RICHARD ELI GS 034 

1999 GEORGIA AVE A LRT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 724-5454 

HEDRICK, RICHARD ELI, JR. OBG 034 

1806 S. HAWTHORNE RD. #102 AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-3632 

HEDRICK, WILLIAM WESTON FP 092 

1805 NEW HOPE RD. A * AC 

RALEIGH 27604 919 231-6215 

HEFFINGTON. MARK WILLIAM FP 050 

P.O. BOX 510 AC 

CASHIERS 28717 704 743-2491 

HEGDE, SADANANDA B. CD /IM 078 

4384 FAYETTEVILLE RD. A AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 738-1141 

HEINIG, CHARLES FREDERICK ORS /GS 060 

BOX 91 RT 
WARE NECK, VA 23178 

HEIZER, MORTIMER DANTZLER FP 074 

701 N. MAIN STREET AC 

FARMVILLE 27828 919 753-3193 

HEIZER, WILLIAM DAVID IM GE 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2511 

HEJAZI, MASOUD P /CHP 041 

600 PASTEUR DR., STE. B A AC 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 299-0886 

HELAK, JOSEPH WALTER CD /IM 065 

6408 WESTPORT DR. AC 

WILMINGTON 28409 919 341-3400 
FAX 919 541-3419 



HELLER, JOEL HARVEY 

603 DOLLY MADISON 

GREENSBORO 27410 
HELLREICH, MARK A. 

30 CHOCTAW ST. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
HELMRICH, GEORGE ARTHUR 

4225 DARWIN CIRCLE 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
HELMS, JEFFERSON BIVENS, JR. 

1405 PLAZA DRIVE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HELMS, VAN EDWARD 

2504 ROWLAND AVE. 

LUMBERTON 28358 
HELPPIE, JOANNE E. 

708-D FLEMING 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 



FP 041 
AC 
919 294-6190 
PUD 011 
A AC 

704 255-7733 
060 
R 
704 355-3153 
IM /CD 034 
AC 
919 765-4131 
EM 078 
AC 
919 671-5032 
IM 045 
A P AC 

704 693-6566 
HELSABECK, BELMONT AUGUSTUS OPH 034 
631 COLISEUM DRIVE A L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 723-1041 

HELSABECK, ERIC HAIGLER EM /FP 076 

1301 BREVARD DR. AC 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 625-5151 

HELTON, WILLIAM CHARLES CDS /TS 092 

3020 NEW BERN AVE. #560 AC 

RALEIGH 27610 919 231-6333 

HELWIG, JANE TIMBERLAKE 032 

PO BOX 3720 A S 

CHAPEL HILL 27515 919 929-3616 

HEM, HALVOR W., IV 032 

174SUMMERWALK CIR. S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 968-0360 

HEMBREE, EUGENE EDWARD, JR. OBG 036 

1225 E. GARRISON BLVD. A AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 865-7417 

HEMINGWAY, GEORGE CAPERS.JR. IM /PD 033 
101 CLINIC DRIVE A AC 

TARBORO 27886 919 823-2105 

HEMMERLEIN, ARTHUR HANS EM /FP 092 

9300 KIRKHILL DR. A AC 

RALEIGH 27615 919 755-3100 

HENDEL, ROBERT CHARLES GS 088 

MEDICAL PARK DR., BLDG #1 AC 

BREVARD 28712 704 884-2198 

HENDERSON, AMY SMITH 032 

100 IVY COURT R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 932-9090 

HENDERSON, ANDREW MCKNITT, JR. GP 049 
252 W. MCLELLAND AVENUE A L 

MOORESVILLE 28115 704 664-5477 

HENDERSON, ANITA FP 041 

1 01 6-A PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-6445 

HENDERSON, CATHY LYNN 074 

DOCTORS PARK APTS. #L-14 A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-2124 

HENDERSON, DAVID ANTHONY 034 

1701 W. FIRST ST. #1 AS 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 724-7760 

HENDERSON, DAVID YEARDLEY OBG 092 

3126 BLUE RIDGE RD. A AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 782-0363 

HENDERSON, GEORGE P.,JR. HNS /OTO 063 
PINEHURST SURGICAL CLINIC A P AC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-0242 

HENDERSON, JOHN ARTHUR GS 011 

117 RATHFARNHAM CIRCLE AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 254-2341 

HENDERSON, JOHN PERCY, JR. U 054 

1701 SABRA DR. A L/RT 

KINSTON 28501 919 527-3043 

HENDERSON, REX ARTHUR EM 011 

36 WEMBLEY ROAD A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28804 704 255-3786 

HENDERSON, RICHARD C. ORS 032 

UNC, 237 BURNETT-WOMACK AC 

DIV. OF ORS, 229H 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3691 

HENDERSON, RICHARD ROBERT D 001 

1522 VAUGHN ROAD A AC 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-0496 

HENDRA, JILL LYNNE P 060 

7401 DELTA LANE A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28215 704 358-2700 



70 

HENDRICKS, ANDREW ADAM D 

102 WEST 27TH STREET A 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 738- 

HENDRICKS, WILLIAM MONROE D /A 

407 S. COX ST. A 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 625- 

HENDRIX, ARTHUR M., JR. EM 

POBOX 1238 

DAVIDSON 28036 704 892 

HENDRIX, JOHN DAVID D 

1705 W. SIXTH STREET 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752- 

HENGEVELD, LOFTUS, JR. EM /AN 

107 IRON WOOD DRIVE A 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 756 

HENKE, ELIZABETH CD 

CENTRAL MEDICAL PK, BLDG 700 

DURHAM 27704 919 471 

HENLEY, DOUGLAS EUGENE FP 

1806 PUGH ST. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



91 9 424 
FAX 919 484 
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919 323 
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HENLEY, JOHN T., JR. 

3314 MELROSE RD., STE. 100 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
HENLEY, NANCY S. 

3116 N. DUKE ST. 

DURHAM 27704 919 479 

HENLEY, THOMAS FRANKLIN OBG 

510 N. ELAM AVE, STE. 101 A 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 854 

HENNESSEN, JOHN A. ORS /ADM 

PO BOX 1650 * 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295 

HENNESSY, ROBIN JOAN PS 

1900 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 502 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 867 

HENNINGER, JOSEPH BAYLOR IM 

P. O. BOX 1808 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873 

HENRICHS, W. DEAN D /DMP 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768 

HENRICK, WILLIAM ROBERT AN /CC 

RALEIGH ANES. ASSOCIATES A 

P. O. BOX 18139 

RALEIGH 27619 919 781 

HENRY, GARY WAYNE FP 

520 W. MAIN ST. 

MARSHVILLE 28103 
HENRY, HECTOR HIMEL, II 

102 LAKE CONCORD ROAD, N.E 

CONCORD 28025 
HENRY, OZMER LUCAS, JR. 

117 DEER LAKE DR. 

ASHEVILLE 28803 
HENSCHEN, GARY MAYES 

606 WALTER REED DR. 

GREENSBORO 27403 
HENSEL, WILLIAM ARTHUR 

1125 N. CHURCH ST. 

GREENSBORO 27401 



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U /PD 
A 
704 786 

IM 
A 

704 669 
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A 
919 299 

FP 
A 

919 379 
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IM 



HENSON, JOSEPH BASCOM, JR. 

1107 W. FRIENDLY AVENUE 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 274- 

HENTZ, SUZANNE K. OBG 

5305-J WRIGHTSVILLE AVE. 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 799- 

HEPLER, JOHN DAVIS OBG 

403 WEST 27TH STREET A 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739- 

HERAVI, CYRUS GS 

302 HOSPITAL ROAD A 

SPARTA 28675 919 372- 

HERBERT, WILLIAM, N.P. OBG /NPM 

CB #7570,214 MACNIDER BLDG. A 

UNC DEPT. OF OBG 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966 

HERBST, CHARLES ARTHUR, JR GS /CRS 

UNC, CB 7210 A 

DIV. OF GENERAL SURGERY 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966 

FAX 919 966 

HERINGTON, DAVID S. FP 

2203 S. STERLING ST., STE. 193 

MORGANTON 28655 704 438 



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AC 

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8410 
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-8171 



HERION, JOHN CARROLL 

N. C MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 

HERION, JOHN M. 

2215 YAUPON DR 

WILMINGTON 28401 
HERMAN, DENNICE HICKMAN 

401 MULBERRY ST., STE. 200 

LENOIR 28645 
HERNANDEZ, JAVIER 

700 MORREENE RD. APT, J-10 

DURHAM 27705 
HERNANDEZ, LUIS NICHOLAS 

POBOX 1533 

SLIDELL, LA 70459 
HERNDON, WM. M., JR. 

1718 E FOURTH ST., STE. 501 

CHARLOTTE 28204 



HEM /IM 032 

AC 

919 966-4555 

FAX 919 966-2346 

NEP IM 065 

A AC 

919 343-0664 

FP 014 

AC 

704 754-0707 

032 

S 

919 383-8765 

AN 000 

A AC 

CD 



060 

AC 

704 347-2024 

FAX 704 347-201 1 

HERRING, CHARLES LEONIDAS IM 054 

310 GLENWOOD AVENUE * AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 523-0026 

FAX 919 523-1855 

OBG 084 

A AC 

704 982-8112 

PD 082 

AC 

919 592-6011 

OM GP 098 

URT 



HERRING, JOHN HARVARD 

1000 N. FIFTH STREET 
ALBEMARLE 28001 

HERRING, RUFUS MCPHAIL, JR. 

403 FAIRVIEW STREET 

CLINTON 28328 
HERRING, THEODORE TILGHMAN 

105 RIDLEY RD. 
WILSON 27893 

HERRING, WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR. ORS 095 

30 DOCTOR S PARK AC 

BOONE 28607 704 264-1100 

HERRING, WILLIAM BENJAMIN IM HEM 041 

1200 N. ELM ST. AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-4062 

HERRINGTON, ROBERT THOMAS PD /PDC 032 

N. C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-4601 

HERRMAN, KIMBERLY COLLINS 034 

2841-CTULLEY SQUARE A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 722-4069 

HERSHEY, CHARLES DANA, JR. AN 060 

8820 WINGED BOURNE A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 554-0239 

HERSHNER, GREGORY S. 000 

491 BILTMORE AVE. R 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-0670 

HERTLE, XAVER FRANZ P 041 

106 E. NORTHWOOD STREET A AC 
GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-1614 

HERTZBERG, BARBARA S. DR 032 

BOX 3808, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2711 

HERTZBERG, MICHAEL A. 032 

4 VANDORA PLACE R 

DURHAM 27705 919 684-8111 

HESS, MARK ROLAND EM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4625 

HESS, PHILIP JOSEPH CDS /TS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD. #300 A AC 
CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-1500 

HESS, SUZANNE POWELL D /IM 034 

6725 BRAMBLEBUSH CT. A R 

CLEMMONS 27012 919 748-2968 

HESTER, DAVID ALAN END /IM 011 

445 BILTMORE CENTER. STE. 302 AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-6812 

HEUSER, MARK DAVID IM GER 034 

BOX 154, 300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2390 

HEYDER, ALBRECHT MARK IM /PUD 070 

1142 N. ROAD ST. C 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 331-1506 

HEYMAN, ALBERT N /IM 032 

BOX 3203, DUMC L 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2682 

HEYMANN, ROBERT CURTIS D 034 

118 FORSYTH MEDICAL PARK AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-1841 

HEYNEKER, THEODORE JOHAN AN 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4498 



HIATT, JOHN DONALD, JR. 

909 WINTERLOCHEN DR. 

GREENSBORO 27410 
HICKEY, DOCIA ELIZABETH 

CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER 

PO BOX 32861 

CHARLOTTE 28232 
HICKLING, WILLIAM HENRY 

1305 W. WENDOVER AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
HICKMAN, HARRY STUART 

426 NORWOOD ST. SW 

LENOIR 28645 
HICKS, ANNA LAURIE 

2116 WILSON ST. 

DURHAM 27705 
HICKS, CHARLES HENRY 

3324 SIX FORKS RD. 

RALEIGH 27609 



DR 



041 

A AC 

919 855-7707 

NPM PD 060 

A AC 



HICKS, CHARLES MONTGOMERY 

1914 GLEN MEADE ROAD 

WILMINGTON 28403 
HICKS, J. ROBINSON 

2600 E. 7TH ST. 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
HICKS, MELISSA M. 

491 BILTMORE AVE 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
HIDALGO, HECTOR JESUS 

2609 N. DUKE ST. 

DURHAM 27704 
HIESTAND, FITZ GERALD, JR. 

1350 S. KINGS DRIVE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HIGGINBOTHAM, MICHAEL BARRIE 

BOX 31219, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
HIGGINS, LLOYD MALCOLM 

221 HILLCREST DRIVE 

HIGH POINT 27262 
HIGGINS, ROBERT VICTOR 

1901 BRUNSWICK AVE. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HIGH, LARRY ALLISON 

213 N. COLLINS ST. 

NASHVILLE 27856 
HIGH, LARRY ALLISON, JR. 

132 FOY DRIVE 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 
HIGHLEY, FRANK SHAPLEY 

427 S. SHARON AMITY RD. #B 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
HIGHSMITH, CHARLES 

P. O. BOX D 

TROY 27371 
HIGHSMITH, GEORGE PERRY 

309 PINEYWOOD ROAD 

THOMASVILLE 27360 
HIGHTOWER-HUGHES, BERNADETTE M 

360 GLENDARE DR. #G 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
HIGHTOWER, FELDA 

1244 ARBOR RD. #233 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
HIGHTSHUE, DAVID CLAYTON 

5970 FAIRVIEW RD., STE. 100 

CHARLOTTE 28210 
HILL, ARTHUR THEODORE, JR. 

147 ASHLAND AVENUE 

ASHEVILLE 28801 

HILL, EDWARD FELDIN 

501 W. 15TH ST. 

WASHINGTON 27889 
HILL, HAYWOOD NORTHROP, JR 

445-BILTMORE CTR., STE. 407 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
HILL, JAMES CARVER 

1316 YUBINARANDA 

CARY 27511 
HILL, PATRICIA KAYE 

PO BOX 821 

STATESVILLE 28677 
HILL, PAUL EDWARD 

559 N. JUSTICE STREET 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 



704 355-3156 
CHN /N 041 
A AC 

919 275-0779 
PD 014 
A L 

704 728-8484 
PD 032 
AC 
919 490-8706 
CD 092 
A AC 

919 781-7772 
FAX 919 787-6331 
PD 065 
AC 
919 762-2651 
ORS 060 
A AC 

704 372-9820 
FP 011 
AC 
704 258-0635 
DR 032 
A AC 

919 471-8411 
GE /IM 060 
AC 
704 372-8250 
CD 032 
AC 
919 681-2919 
PTH 040 
AC 
919 883-7047 
GO 060 
A AC 

704 343-3400 
FP 064 
L/RT 
919 459-2432 
OBG 064 
A AC 

919 443-6622 
P 060 
A AC 

704 362-0866 
GS /ORS 062 
A URT 

919 576-5511 
IM 029 
A AC 

919 475-8121 
034 
A S 

919 765-5133 
GS /TS 034 
A P 17RT 
919 727-1661 
OBG 060 
AC 
704 551-4232 
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A AC 

704 258-1188 
FAX 704 251-1801 
FP 007 
AC 
919 975-2667 
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A AC 

704 258-0397 
FP /EM 092 
AC 
919 469-9635 
P 049 
A AC 

704 873-8446 
IM /FP 045 
A AC J 

704 692-0587 



HILL, SAMUEL CRAWFORD, IV 074 

M-4 DOCTOR'S PARK A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 830-9389 

HILL, STEPHEN THOMAS OBG 011 

143 ASHELAND AVE. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-9191 

HILL, WILLIAM HENRY GP 084 

124 E. NORTH ST. A L 
ALBEMARLE 28001 704 982-5812 

HILLER, CARL JULIEN ORS 025 

P.O. DRAWER 1694 A AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-3256 

HILLSMAN, PHILIP LEE 032 

5505 REVERE RD. A R 

DURHAM 27713 919 684-3812 

HILZ, MARK DAVID EM 010 

111 MULLETT AC 

HOLDEN BEACH 28462 919 754-8121 

HINDES, STEPHEN ROBERT D. 032 

501 JONES FERRY RD. #BB4 S 

CARRBORO 27510 919 968-3475 

HINDS, SPENCER WALTON IM /CD 032 

CB #7075 R 
UNC SCH. OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-5203 
FAX 919 966-6923 

HINES, BENJAMIN G. U 074 

#2 DOCTOR'S PARK A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-5077 

HINES, EDWARD LLOYD ORS /HS 001 

723 EDITH STREET AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 227-4256 

HINES, MICHAEL HERBERT GS 034 

723 FENIMORE ST. A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 777-0226 

HINMAN, ALANSON PD N 034 

1244 ARBOR RD. #426 L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 723-0458 

HINMAN, HAVILAH EDWARD OBG 011 

7 RATHFARNUM RD. A L'RT 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 684-6243 

HINN, ALBERT RICHARD 032 

1000 SMITH LEVEL RD„ APT. T-3 R 

CARRBORO 27510 919 966-2526 

HINSHAW, HOWARD THOMAS END /DIA0 060 

1350 S. KINGS DRIVE AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-8750 
FAX 704 332-7020 

HINSON, JAMES NOAH IM 080 

102MOCKSVILLE AVE, STE. 204 AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-3136 

HINSON, THOMAS R„ JR. PUD /IM 034 

3001 LYNDHURST AVE. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-0383 

HINTON, JEFFREY TAYLOR OBG 024 

BALDWIN WOODS GYNECOLOGY AC 

WHITEVILLE 28472 919 642-3294 

HIPP, EDWARD REGINALD, JR. GS /TS 060 

1901 QUEENS RD. L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-8750 

HIPP, STEPHEN WALKER NS 060 

PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL TOWER A AC 
1718 E. 4TH ST., #901 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-8860 

HIRSCH, STEVEN HAROLD IM 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. STE. 205 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 220-5264 

HITTEL, GLENN PAUL FP 078 

4112VANNDR. A AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 628-6711 

HOBART, FRANK ADAMS 074 

M-4 DOCTORS PARK APT. A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 830-9389 

HOBART, SETH GUILFORD, JR. HNS /MFS 032 

1024 W. FOREST HILLS L'RT 

DURHAM 27707 919 479-4100 

HOBLER, KIRTLAND EDWARD GS 092 

5401 HUNTER HOLLOW DR. AC 

RALEIGH 27606 919 881-5529 

HOBSON, JACK BROWN IM /HEM 060 

125 BALDWIN AVE. A AC 
CHARLOTTE 28204 704 374-1696 

HODOE, RONA ELSBERTH 032 

9414 BALES AVE. R 

KANSAS CITY, MO 64132 816 765-7429 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 

HODGES, HORACE HAYDEN IM /GE 060 

17224 DUE WEST DR. L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28278 704 588-0828 

HODGES, JAMES ROBINSON FP 018 

210 13TH AVENUE PLACE, N.W. A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 328-2941 

HODGES, JAMES THOMAS ORS 001 

GRAHAM-HOPEDALE ROAD AC 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-3621 

HODGES, MICHAEL CARSON 034 

6855 S.W. 45TH LANE, #10 A S 
MIAMI. FL 33155 

HODGINS, LEWIS ROGER AN 032 

33 LANSGATE COURT A C 

DURHAM 27713 919 544-2781 

HODGSON, JOHN D. IM 024 

PO BOX 1249 AC 

WHITEVILLE 28472 919 642-0331 

HOEKSTRA, JOHN ARTHUR IM /Al 078 

395 W. 27TH STREET A AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-7551 

HOELLERICH, VINCENT L. AN /CCM 092 

PO BOX 18139 A AC 

RALEIGH 27619 919 783-3034 

FAX 919 781-7465 

P 096 

A AC 



HOEPER, EDWIN W. 

713 SIMMONS ST. 

POBOX 11389 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 736-4722 

HOFFMAN, BYRON JAY, JR. IM 019 

421 N. HOLLY AVENUE * AC 

SILER CITY 27344 919 663-3360 

HOFFMAN, CARL MAURICE OBG 040 

307 N. LINDSAY STREET A * AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 885-0149 

HOFFMAN, CARL WHITE R 078 

209 W. 27TH ST. A P AC 

PO DRAWER 1527 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 739-9788 

HOFFMAN, CHARLES ANTHONY, JR. U 026 

513 OWEN DRIVE A * AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 485-8801 
HOFFMAN, EDNA TERESA MAURA ADM 026 

404 VALLEY RD. P * AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 485-4755 

HOFFMAN, ERIC D. 032 

BOX 2747. DUMC S 

DURHAM 27710 919 383-1448 

HOFFMAN, JEFFREY DALE 060 

1121 S. KINGS DR R 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 332-7600 

HOFFMAN, JUDITH L. P 011 

38 WESTCHESTER DR. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 254-3201 

HOFFMAN, LEROY G., JR. TR /PD 092 

POBOX 10407 A AC 

TRIANGLE ONCOLOGY SERVICES 

RALEIGH, 27605 919 783-3018 

HOFFMAN, SCOTT DAVID FP 018 

4654-B HAYGOOD RD. AC 

VIRGINIA BEACH. VA 23455 

HOFFMAN, TED F., JR. AN 043 

819 ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL RD. AC 

HILLSBOROUGH 27278 919 470-6180 

HOGGARD, WILLIAM ALDEN, JR. FP 070 

PO BOX 726 L 

110 S. POOL ST. 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 335-0867 

HOGGE, LEWIS HERBERT, JR. AN 032 

910 CONSTITUTION DR. #909 A R 

DURHAM 27705 919 681-2498 

HOGSHEAD, RALPH, JR. FP 012 

P. O. DRAWER 690 A L/RT 

MORGANTON 28655 704 437-2232 

HOHNEKER, JOHN ARTHUR 032 

213 OLD FOREST CREEK DR. A R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-1737 
HOLBROOK, CARTER TATE, III PHO /PD 074 

DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS A * AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4676 

HOLBROOK, JOSEPH SAM IM /CD 063 

PO BOX 2004 A L 

SOUTHERN PINES 28388 704 872-1000 



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HOLBROOK, WILLIAM DOUGLAS P 060 

34 LUVAN WAY A L/RT 
DEBORDIEU COLONY 
GEORGETOWN, SC 29440 

HOLDERNESS, HOWARD, JR. PS /GS 041 

200 E. NORTHWOOD ST., STE. 400 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-0919 

FAX 919 275-4849 

HOLEVAS, JOHN GEORGE IM 060 

411 BILLINGSLEY RD. #105 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 333-4175 

HOLLADAY, GLENN CLYDE PD 060 

2711 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 301 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 332-6332 

HOLLAND, AMY JEANETTE 074 

111 RODNEY RD. A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-9933 

HOLLAND, JAMES EUGENE OPH 074 

2573 STANTONSBURG ROAD A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-0313 

HOLLAND, JAMES P. CD 034 

3073 TRENWEST DR. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-0437 

HOLLAND, MICHAEL DAY IM /NEP 064 

1120 MASHIE LANE AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-9084 

HOLLAND, RICHARD M. OBG 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD. AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 574-2229 

HOLLAND, WALTER BOWLIN OPH 049 

IREDELL EYE CLINIC AC 
PO BOX 591 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 872-4108 

HOLLEMAN, IVAN LACY, JR. PTH 034 

BOWMAN GRAY, DEPT. OF PATH. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4311 

HOLLEMAN, JEREMIAH HENRY, JR. GS /VS 060 

1350 S. KINGS DR. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-8750 

HOLLENBECK, JOHN IVOR GS 060 

3535 RANDOLPH RD..201-W AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 364-8100 

HOLLENBERG, BENNETT R. DR 060 

3738 ABINGDON RD. * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 371-4056 

HOLLINGSWORTH, WALTER C. OBG 060 

1718 E. FOURTH ST., #307 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 332-8103 

HOLLISTER, WILLIAM GRAY P /GPM 032 

2008 N. LAKESHORE DRIVE A L/RT 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-2870 

HOLMAN, JOSEPH R. OBG 036 

1225 E. GARRISON BLVD. A AC 

GASTON I A 28054 704 866-7226 

HOLMES, GEORGE WASHINGTON ORS 034 

4235 STONEHENGE LN. A L'RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 722-6939 

HOLMES, KEITH DEAN 034 

312 RIVOLI CHASE R 
MACON, GA 31210 

HOLMES, NORMAN ALBERT AN 060 

813 SOUTHWEST DR. C 

DAVIDSON 28036 704 356-1516 

HOLSCHER, EDWARD CHARLES P /CHP 060 

1900 RANDOLPH ROAD, SUITE 918 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 333-7724 

HOLT, CHARLES RICHARD GS /EM 080 

17 CAMELOT RD. KINGS FOREST AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 637-7504 

HOLT, ELIZABETH HOPE IM /END 032 

CB 7170. MACNIDER BLDG, UNC R 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3338 

HOLT, JAMES BEATTY FP 019 

RT. #6, BOX 7 AC 

PITTSBORO 27312 919 542-2731 

HOLT, JOHN PLUMMER FP 011 

92 CONGRESS ST. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-8494 

HOLT, THOMAS OPH /OTO 091 

209 FAIRVIEW STREET A L 

WARRENTON 27589 919 257-3746 

HOLT, WILLIAM REUBEN, JR. CD /IM 065 

1515 DOCTOR'S CIRCLE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-5182 

HOLT, WINDSOR AUSTIN OBG 092 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD., STE.120 AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876-8225 



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HOLTER, JOHN FREDERICK IM PUD 074 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4653 

HOLTHUSEN, GREGORY GRANT ORS 034 

SALEM ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOC. PA A AC 

PO BOX 25007 

WINSTON-SALEM 27114 
HOLTKAMP, JOHN HARRY 

4505 FAIR MEADOW LANE 

RALEIGH 27607 
HOLTON, WALTER LEGGETT 

NORTH MAIN HIGHWAY 

PO BOX 1045 

MANTEO 27954 
HOLTZCLAW, JAMES F. 

BOX 3000, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
HOMESLEY, HOWARD DAVID 

DEPT. OF OBG. BOWMAN GRAY 



WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

HONEYCUTT, LATTIE FULLER 

P. O. BOX 17947 

RALEIGH 27619 
HONKANEN, FRANK A. 

BOX 3712. DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
HONORE, GERARD M. 



919 768-1270 

PD 092 

AC 

919 542-4564 
FP 070 

A AC 

919 473-3478 

ORS 032 

R 

919 684-8111 

GYN /ON 034 

A P * AC 

919 748-4022 

FAX 919 748-6937 

DR 092 

AC 

919 954-3370 

PTH /FOP 032 

R 

919 684-3300 

034 



300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. BOX 2672 A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 727-0522 

HOOD, CHRISTOPHER KENNEDY GYN 060 

1712 E. FOURTH STREET AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 375-9074 

HOOD, DAVID DEAN AN 034 

1658S. MARBLEHEAD RD. A AC 

CLEMMONS 27012 919 760-5259 

HOOKER, MICHAEL PHILLIP AN 011 

202 DOCTORS BLDG. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-1969 

HOOLE, AXALLA JOHN IM 032 

DIV.OF GENERAL MEDICINE AC 

CB7110, 5039 OLD CLINIC. UNC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2276 

HOOPER, JOSEPH WARD, JR. U 065 

2216 GILLETTE DR. L'RT 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 763-6251 

HOOPER, ROBERT LESLIE R 050 

59 HOSPITAL RD. A AC 

SYLVA 28779 704 586-7000 

HOOPER, THOMAS EUGENE IM 098 

INTERNAL MEDICINE ASSOCIATES AC 

P. O. BOX 3188 

WILSON 27893 
HOOTEN, JAMES PHILMON, JR. 

1838 UPPERLINE ST., APT. B 

NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115 
HOOVER, DON LEO 

PO BOX 10094 

HICKORY 28603 
HOPE, HAROLD PAGAN, JR. 

2300 RANDOLPH ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HOPKINS, LAWRENCE DAVID 

5105 RIVER CHASE RIDGE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
HOPKINS, MARBRY BENJAMIN, III 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HOPKINS, RICHARD GLENN 

PO BOX 770, WALKER ST. 

COLUMBUS 28722 
HOPPER, WILLIAM FALCON 

520 N. ELAM AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27403 



HORNBAKE, EARL RODNEY, III 

FARM LIFE AVE. 
VANCEBORO 28586 

HORNER, DONALD STANLEY 

431 N. WENDOVER RD. 
CHARLOTTE 28211 

HORNER, JACK CHENOWTH 

37 PACES WEST PLACE 
ATLANTA, GA 30327 



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HORSLEY, WILLIAM NOLEN 

PO BOX 725 

BELMONT 28012 
HORTON, JAMES MARVIN 

1350 S. KINGS DR 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
HORTON, ROBERT MARSHALL 

3124 BLUE RIDGE RD. 

RALEIGH 27612 
HORVATH, LAURA JEAN 

2609 N. DUKE ST. 

DURHAM RADIOLOGY ASSOC 

DURHAM 27704 
HORWITZ, JAMES LAWRENCE 

800 BRENT ST. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HOSEA, ROBERT HAYWOOD 

KINSTON CLINIC. SUITE K 

KINSTON 28501 
HOSKINS. JOHN ROBINSON, III 

7 AMHERST RD. 

ASHEVILLE 28803 
HOSSEINIAN, HAHMOOD 

PO BOX 36351 

CHARLOTTE 28236 
HOSTETLER, HERBERT JAMES 

PO BOX 730 

WEST END 27376 
HOUGH, MAC JOHNSON 

3234 PARK ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
HOUGH, WILLIAM AMOS, III 

410 AVALON ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
HOUSER, FOREST MELVILLE 

410 S. ELM STREET 

CHERRYVILLE 28021 
HOUSTON, FRANK MATT 

1030 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE 

GREENSBORO 27401 
HOWARD, GAYLE CHARLYNE 

311 S. LASALLE ST. 

DURHAM 27705 
HOWARD, GEORGE ALBERT, III 

299 DOCTORS DR. 

JACKSONVILLE 28546 
HOWARD, JAMES FRANCIS, JR. 

UNC.751 CLINICAL SCI. CB #7025 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
HOWARD, JOSEPH COOPER, JR. 

403 COHARIE DR. 

CLINTON 28328 
HOWARD, KEVIN PRICE 

520 VAN BUREN RD. 

EDEN 27288 
HOWARD, KIRK A. 

2505 S. 17TH ST., STE. 102 

WILMINGTON 28401 
HOWARD, PAUL OSMON 

555 CARTHAGE STREET 

SANFORD 27330 
HOWE, DONALD DOUGLAS 

1225 E. GARRISON BLVD 

GASTON I A 28054 
HOWE, HAROLD RAGAN, JR 

301 HAWTHORNE LN. 

CHARLOTTE 28204 



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DR 032 

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919 343-7697 
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919 725-8422 
ORS 077 
A AC 



HOWELL, CHARLES MAITLAND, JR. 

340 PERSHING AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HOWELL, EDGAR VASTON, JR. 

400 E. WASHINGTON ST. 

POBOX 1148 

ROCKINGHAM 28379 919 997-4570 

HOWELL, FREDERICK LAWRENCE U 034 

2932 LYNDHURST AVENUE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-4021 

HOWELL, HARRY SLADE, JR. GS /VS 040 

624 QUAKER LANE. SUITE 116-B A * AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 886-4552 

HOWELL, HOWARD SCOTT IM 045 

510 W. 7TH AVENUE A C 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 692-2231 

HOWELL, JULIUS PS /OTO 034 

1900 S. HAWTHORNE RD. STE. 480 A L 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760-1727 



HOWELL, KATHLEEN COULING 

510 7TH AVE. WEST 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
HOWELL, LEE ELMA, JR. 

17 PALMETTO LANE 

KITTY HAWK 27949 
HOWELL, NELSON NEIL 

3535 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 210 

CHARLOTTE 28211 

HOWELL, TEMPLE SHARITA 

140 CONCORD DR., APT. #8 
GREENVILLE 27834 
HOWERTON, PHILIP THOMAS 
201 E. PARKER RD. 
MORGANTON 28655 



HOWIE, JOHN SANDALL 

3129 ESSEX CIRCLE 

RALEIGH 27608 
HOWILER, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR 

1778 METROMEDICAL DRIVE 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
HOXWORTH, BENJAMIN T. 

1014 PROF. VILLAGE 

GREENSBORO 27401 
HUANG, ANDREW TA-FU 

BOX 3942, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
HUBBARD, HAMPTON 

WOODSIDE PROF. BLDG. 

CLINTON 28328 
HUBBARD, LAURA MILES 

BOX 261, 300 S. HAWTHORNE RD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HUBBARD, ROBERT THOMAS 

GIVENS ESTATES 

100 WESLEY DR., UNIT 507 

ASHEVILLE 28803 
HUBBARD, WILLIAM COLVIN 

4905 PROFESSIONAL COURT 

RALEIGH 27609 
HUBBELL, DAVID DONALD 

5050 CAMERON FOREST PK 

ALPHARETTA, GA 30201 
HUCKS-FOLLISS, ANTHONY GEORGE 



h 

IM 045 
A C 

704 692-2232 
FP 070 
AC 
919 491-8177 
OTO HNS 060 
* AC 
704 365-071 1 
FAX 704 366-3562 
074 
A S 

919 355-1656 
R 012 
A AC 

704 433-1235 
FAX 704 433-1992 
PYA /P 092 
A AC 

919 782-0616 
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AC 
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FP 



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AC 

919 872-0250 

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P. O. BOX 2000 
PINEHURST 28374 



063 

AC 

919 295-0226 
FAX 919 295-0238 
074 
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919 355-3265 
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A P AC 



HUDSON, ANITA MARIA 

20-B COURTNEY SQUARE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
HUDSON, EDWARD VALENTINE 

PO BOX 15249 

3901 ROXBORO RD. 

DURHAM 27704 919 479-4100 
HUDSON, RICHARD PAGE, JR. FOP /PTH 074 

205 W. CHURCH ST. A AC 

FARMVILLE 27828 919 753-7128 

HUDSON, RICHARD WOODARD FP 025 

PO BOX 729 A AC 

PAMLICO MEDICAL CTR. PA 

BAYBORO 28515 919 745-3191 
HUDSON, SARAH TILTON WILLCOX PD 070 

1142 N. ROAD ST AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 353-6262 

HUDSON, WILLIAM PAUL, II 034 

1426 GLADE ST., APT. #4 S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 777-1393 

HUDSON, WILLIAM RUCKER OTO 032 

DUKE UNIV. MED. CTR. A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3834 

HUDSPETH, ALLEN SHERRILL GS /TS 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4359 

HUDSPETH, DUDLEY ALLEN 034 

834 CAROLINA AVE. A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 919 748-2011 

HUEHOLT, THERESE MARIE P 032 

NC MEMORIAL HOSP-PSYCH. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 481-1875 

HUESGEN, CHRISTOPHER T. S 032 

2010 PERSHING ST 

DURHAM 27705 919-286-5823 

HUEY, THOMAS WALKER, JR. GYN 060 

1012 KINGS DRIVE URT 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 375-4216 



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i HUFF, JANICE ELIZABETH 


FP 060 


7920 MOORES CHAPEL RD. 


AC 


: CHARLOTTE 28214 


704 392-1847 


I HUFF, OLSON 


PD 011 


THOMS REHAB. HOSP. 


A * AC 


1 PO BOX 15025 




: ASHEVILLE 28813 


704 274-2400 


HUFFINES, WILLIAM DAVIS 


PTH /GP 032 


UNC, CB 7520 


A AC 


> BERRYHILL HALL 




! CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-1134 


HUFFMAN, ALLAN DAY 


GS /VS 045 


561 FLEMING ST 


A AC 


! HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 693-1778 


HUFFMAN, ALLEN WILLIAM, JR. 


OBG 018 


if 1205 N. CENTER STREET 


A AC 


HICKORY 28601 


704 328-2901 


HUFFMAN, ROBERT EDWARD 


P 011 


; 146 VICTORIA ROAD 


AC 


i ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 253-3695 


HUFFMON, GEO. VANBUREN.III 


074 


407 S. LEE ST 


A S 


I AYDEN 28513 


919 758-7604 


HUFFSTUTTER, WILLIAM MAURICE 


CHN/N 011 


6 BROOKLET ST. 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 252-8983 


HUGGINS, HENRY L, JR. 


EM 018 


550 11TH AVE. PL. NW 


AC 


HICKORY 28601 


704 322-0850 


I HUGGINS, MARGARET CLAY 


OBG 060 


2711 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 512 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 333-4104 


HUGGINS, MICHAEL B. 


GS /VS 018 


RT. #2, BOX 190 


AC 


CONOVER 28613 


704 322-9105 


I HUGHES, C. ANTHONY 


074 


120-AHUNTINGRIDGE RD. 


A S 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 752-6434 


HUGHES, CARLISLE BEE, JR. 


GS 086 


RT. 2, BOX 567 


A L/RT 


YADKINVILLE 27055 


919 679-8285 


, HUGHES, DOREEN L. 


034 


664 N. SPRING ST. #4 


A R 


WINSTON-SALEM 27101 


919 748-2011 


I HUGHES, JACK 


U 032 


30 KIMBERLY DR. 


A * L/RT 


DURHAM 27707 


919 489-9504 


HUGHES, JAMES LEWIS 


PD 074 


DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 


A AC 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 355-2460 


HUGHES, JOE DON 


OBG 081 


P.O. BOX 1208 


A AC 


RUTHERFORDTON 28139 


704 287-7383 


FAX 704 287-8020 


HUGHES, LIND KATHRYN 


000 


1601-B OWEN DR., FAHEC 


A R 


FAYETTEVILLE 28304 


919 323-1152 


HUGHES, LYNN ALLEN 


OTO 013 


1 1 ARDSLEY AVE. 


A P * AC 


CONCORD 28025 


704 788-1103 


FAX 704 786-1414 


HUGHES, RONALD EUGENE 


FP /OM 064 


PO BOX 760 


AC 


WHITAKERS 27891 


919 437-2171 


HUGHES, WM. HENRY 


U /EM 060 


304 LILLINGTON AVE. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 331-0846 


HULKA, JAROSLAV FABIAN 


OBG 032 


UNC, DEPT OF OB-GYN 


P AC 


CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-5287 


HULL, DIANA MILLER 


032 


300 WOODCROFT PKWY. #32B 


R 


DURHAM 27713 


919 684-1046 


HULL, JANE RENEE 


034 


2369-A QUEEN ST. 


A S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 724-9268 


HULL, KEITH LOWELL, JR. 


N IM 092 


PO BOX 40999 


A P AC 


RALEIGH 27629 


919 782-3456 


HUMPHREY, JOHN EDWARD, JR. 


P 060 


2040 RANDOLPH RD. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 334-0875 


HUMPHRIES, C. THOMAS 


Al /PD39 060 


411 BILLINGSLEY RD. #104 


AC 



HUMPHRIES, DAVID SCOTT 

1350 S. KINGS DRIVE 
CHARLOTTE 28207 

HUMPHRIES, RALEIGH G. 

1025 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE 

GREENSBORO 27401 
HUNDLEY, JAMES DAVENPORT 

2001 S. 17TH STREET 

WILMINGTON 28401 
HUNSBERGER. KURT LEE 

1142 N. ROAD STREET 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 
HUNSTAD, JOSEPH P. 

101 W. T. HARRIS BLVD. #A422 

CHARLOTTE 28213 

HUNT, OLIVER RAYMOND, JR. 

1607 DOCTOR'S CIRCLE 

WILMINGTON 28401 
HUNT, RICHARD CHARLES 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

DEPT. OF EMERGENCY MED. 

GREENVILLE 27858 
HUNT, THOMAS HOLMES 

3155 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HUNT, WILLIAM BRYCE, JR. 

P. O. BOX 2157 

NEW BERN 28560 
HUNT, WILLIAM JACK 

1605 HEATHGATE PL. 

HIGH POINT 27262 
HUNTER, CHARLES E., JR. 

1912TRADDCT. 

WILMINGTON 28401 



ORS 060 

AC 

704 342-8000 

FAX 704 332-7020 

U 041 

A AC 

919 272-3962 

ORS 065 

P * AC 

919 763-7344 

IM 070 

A AC 

919 338-4117 

PS /HS 060 

A AC 

704 549-8793 

FAX 704 547-8470 

CDS /TS 065 

AC 

919 763-6571 

EM 074 

A AC 



HUNTER, DAVID MONTGOMERY 

1828 ELIZABETH AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HUNTER, JAMES EDWARD 

309 PINEYWOOD RD. 

THOMASVILLE 27360 
HUNTER, JENNIFER LYNN 

31 1 S. LASALLE ST. #24F 

DURHAM 27705 
HUNTER, JOHN BALDWIN 

618 E. MARION STREET 

SHELBY 28150 
HUNTER, JOHN DANE 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE 

WILMINGTON 28403 



919 551-2961 
DR /NR 034 
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919 760-5949 
PUD /IM 025 
A * AC 

919 633-8608 
IM 040 
L 
919 882-9814 
CDS /TS 065 
A P AC 

919 762-7070 
FAX 919 343-9559 
034 
A C 

919 748-4991 
IM /CD 029 
A AC 

919 475-8121 
032 
A S 

GS /GP 023 
A L/RT 

704 487-6022 
ON /HEM 065 
A AC 

919 762-2990 
FAX 919 341-3419 
GS CRS 041 
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919 274-7998 
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AC 
919 231-6333 
FP 060 
AC 
704 536-4903 
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AS 
919 942-7210 
U 026 



HUNTER, JOHN GRAY 

41 FOUNTAIN MANOR DR. #D 

GREENSBORO 27405 
HUNTER, ROBERT MERRILL 

3020 NEW BERN AVE. #560 

RALEIGH 27610 
HUNTLEY, DANNY EDWARD 

6708 ALBEMARLE RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28212 
HUNTLEY, ROBERT ROSS 

PO BOX 190 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
HURDLE, THOMAS GRAY 

1786 METROMEDICAL DR. L 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 485-8151 

HURRELBRINK, LESTER E., Ill GE /IM 040 

624 QUAKER LN., STE. C-1 03 A P AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 885-8159 

HURST, DANIEL JOHNSON PUD /IM 034 

250 CHARLOIS BLVD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

HURST, DAVID MAURICE R /NM 029 

1003 PINE NEEDLE LANE A AC 

THOMASVILLE 27360 919 475-3056 

HURT, JOE PAUL PTH /NA 050 

163 MONTEITH BRANCH ROAD A AC 

SYLVA 28779 704 586-7131 

HURWITZ, BARRIE J. N /IM 032 

BOX 3184, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-4126 

HUSSEY, HOWARD SUMMERELL, JR. FP 033 

908 ST. ANDREW STREET A LVRT 

TARBORO 27886 919 823-2534 



HUSSEY, MICHAEL BRUSH 

P. O. BOX 5388 
HIGH POINT 27262 
HUTCHESON, JAMES STERLING 
2711 RANDOLPH RD. BLDG. 400 
CHARLOTTE 28207 
HUTCHINS, CHARLES HUBERT 
750 COX ROAD 
GASTON I A 28054 
HUTCHINS, KENNETH RAYMOND 

1350 S. KINGS DRIVE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 

HUTCHINSON, FORNEY, III 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD.. #200 

CHARLOTTE 28203 
HUTH, JAMES FRANK 
3010 OLD CLINIC BLDG. CB #72 

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
HUTTO, EDITH 

E-11 WOODFIELD 

ASHEVILLE 28803 
HUTZENBUHLER, ANGELA NOEL 

2920 CHAPEL HILL RD. #26B 

DURHAM 27707 
HWANG, LORIS Y. 

235 CORONA ST., APT. 204 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
HWANG, YINNAN GARY 

PO BOX 425 

ZEBULON 27597 
HYDE, AUSTIN TABER, JR. 

BOX 189 

JONAS RIDGE 28641 
HYLTON, JOEL WALTER 

200 ARTHUR DR. 

THOMASVILLE 27360 
IBRAHIM, KAISSAR SLEIMEN 

712 WILKINS STREET 

SMITHFIELD 27577 
IBRAHIM, MOUNIR LABIB 

1400 MILLGATE DR. STE. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
IGLEHART, JAMES DIRK 

BOX 3873. DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
IMBODEN, LEY INEZ 

217 E. WOODSTOCK DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
IMBUS, HAROLD ROGER 

420 GALLIMORE DAIRY RD. 

GREENSBORO 27409 
INABNET, WILLIAM BARLOW 

100 E. NORTHWOOD STREET 

GREENSBORO 27401 
INGE, JACK RANSOM, II 

N-5 DOCTOR'S PARK APTS. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
INGE, WELLFORD W., Ill 

1402 CHAMPIONS PINES LANE 

AUGUSTA, GA 30909 
INGLEFIELD, JOSEPH T., Ill 

RT. #3, BOX 330 

HICKORY 28602 
INGRAM, CHARLES HAL 

229 CASCADE DR. 

HIGH POINT 27260 
INGRAM, HAYWOOD MELTON 

1317 N. ELM ST., STE. #5 

P. O. BOX 10037 

GREENSBORO 27401 
INGRAM, ROBERT GREGORY 

BUNN MEDICAL CENTER 

PO BOX 368 

BUNN 27509 
INJEJIKIAN, JIRAIR ALEXAN 

709 GROVER STREET 

SHELBY 28150 
TINMAN, CHARLES ERNEST 

PO BOX 788 

DECEASED--1 0-4-90 

FAIRMONT 28340 
IPAPO, VIRGILIO SORIANO 

1309 E. FRANKLIN ST. 

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U 


060 




AC 


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060 


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AC 


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GS 


032 


10 A 


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D 


011 




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R 


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034 




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074 




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041 


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041 




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018 


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L/RT 


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041 


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023 


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704 482-8371 


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078 


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090 


P 


AC 


704 289-3024 



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IRANI, WALEED NABIL 


032 


1213-H N. MEADOW CREEK CIR. S 


IRVING, TX 75038 




IRIGARAY, PETER JOSEPH 


P 032 


JOHN UMSTEAD HOSPITAL 


A P AC 


BUTNER 27509 


919 575-7233 


IRONS, CARY FREDERICK, JR. 


FP 074 


1104W. ROCK SPRING ROAD 


A L/RT 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 752-3423 


IRONS, GEORGE VERNON, JR. 


CD IM 060 


1718 E. 4TH ST., #501 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 343-9800 




FAX 704 347-201 1 


IRONS, MALENE GRANT 


PD /GPM 074 


1104 W. ROCK SPRING ROAD 


A L/RT 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 752-3423 


IRONS, THOMAS GRANT 


PD 074 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 


A AC 


OFFICE OF THE DEAN-AD37 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-2983 




FAX 919 551-3192 


IRVING, RICHARD CARROLL 


AN /GER 045 


355 ORCHARD CIR. 


A L/RT 


HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 692-9806 


ISAACS, KIM LUISE 


IM GE 032 


103 POLK'S TRAIL 


R 


CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 968-1597 


ISBEY, EDWARD K., Ill 


OPH 011 


495 BILTMORE AVE 


A P AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 258-1 586 




FAX 704 258-1765 


ISBEY, EDWARD KENNETH, JR. 


OPH 011 


495 BILTMORE AVENUE 


A P AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 258-1586 


ISENHOWER, JOSEPH ANDREW 


FP 018 


24 SECOND AVENUE, N.E. 


A AC 


HICKORY 28601 


704 328-2231 


ISKANDER, NIVEEN YOUSSEF 


074 


3336 LANDMARK ST. H-3 


A S 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 355-3248 


ISRAEL, JAMES RAY 


P 034 


1365 WESTGATE CENTER DR 


P AC 


SUITE N-1 




WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 760-3220 


ISRAEL, JOHN ROBERT 


PS 011 


5 LIVINGSTON STREET 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 253-7000 


ISSA, MAHMOUD A. 


GE /IM 067 


224 MEMORIAL DR. STE. A 


AC 


JACKSONVILLE 28540 


919 577-1444 


IWAOKA, ROBERT S. 


IM /CD 060 


1718 E. 4TH ST., #501 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 347-2024 


IZLAR, HENRY LEROY, JR. 


IM /CD 032 


PO BOX 16999 


L/RT 


4205 BEN FRANKLIN BLVD. 




DURHAM 27704 


919 682-5562 


IZURIETA, HENRY 


IM 026 


514 BEAUMONT ROAD 


AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28304 


919 485-8831 


JABEN, SCOTT LEONARD 


OPH 060 


309 S. LAUREL AVE. 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 372-4380 




FAX 704 358-0624 


JACKLIN, HAROLD NORMAN 


OPH 041 


1014 N. ELM STREET 


A P AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 274-2149 


JACKSON, CHARLES THOMAS 


OBG 060 


5970 FAIRVIEW RD. #5950 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28210 


704 551-4200 


JACKSON, DAVID BRADLEY 


034 


438-C S. HAWTHORNE RD. 


S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 723-5253 


JACKSON, DAVID DEWITT 


GS /CDS 086 


P. O. BOX 191 


A AC 


MOUNT AIRY 27030 


919 789-9176 


JACKSON, DAVID STONE, JR. 


FP 034 


300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 748-2832 




FAX 919 748-4204 


JACKSON, DON VERNON, JR. 


IM/ON 011 


ONE DOCTORS DR. 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


919 748-2088 


JACKSON, DONALD CHARLES 


R 025 


P. O. BOX 2065 


AC 


NEW BERN 28560 


919 633-5057 



JACKSON, FREEMAN RANDOLPH R 041 

107 ELMWOOD TERRACE * AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 299-6815 

JACKSON, JAMES ROBERT NS 025 

2713 NEUSE BLVD. AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-6070 

JACKSON, JOSEPH ALEXANDER, III OPH 080 

800 W. CEMETERY STREET A AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-0345 

JACKSON, LINDA HALL P /CHP 011 

PO BOX 1101 A AC 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL 

ASHEVILLE 28802 
JACKSON, MURRAY THREADGILL.JR 

P. O. BOX 1043 

SYLVA 28779 
JACKSON, RICHARD DEWITT 

1067 GREENHILL ROAD 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 
JACKSON, ROBERT B., II 

207 LONGVUE 

BOONE 28605 
JACKSON, STALEY THOMAS 

608 W. KING ST. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN 28086 
JACOBS, GEORGE DANIEL 

1225 E. GARRISON BLVD. 

GASTONIA 28054 



JACOBS, JAMES CURTIS 

307 N. LINDSAY ST. 
HIGH POINT 27262 
JACOBS, WILLIAM EDWARD 

2215 RANDOLPH ROAD 
CHARLOTTE 28207 

JACOBSON, ERIC WILLIAM 

3831 MERTON DR. 

RALEIGH 27609 
JACOBSON, PETER LARS 

P. O. BOX 1749 

PINEHURST 28374 
JACOBSON, ROBERT CARL 

P. O. BOX 18139 

RALEIGH 27619 
JACOBSON, SEVERT HAROLD 

P. O. BOX 2000 

PINEHURST 28374 
JACQUES, ROBERT SAMUEL 

P. O. BOX 695 

PITTSBORO 27312 
JACUMIN, WALTER JOE 

PO BOX 265 

RUTHERFORD COLLEGE 



704 254-3201 

R 050 

A AC 

704 586-7120 

GS 086 

A L/RT 

919 786-2400 

OBG 095 

AC 

704 262-9696 

ORS 023 

C 

704 734-0199 

OBG 036 

A P AC 

704 865-7416 

FAX 704 865-7232 

OBG 040 

A AC 

PS /GS 060 

A AC 

704 372-6846 
FAX 704 342-0752 
IM RHU 092 
AC 
919 781-9633 
N /IM 063 
A AC 

919 295-6868 
AN 092 
A AC 

919 783-3034 
NS 063 
A AC 

919 295-1291 
EM /FP 063 
A AC 

919 295-7777 
R NM 012 
A AC 

28671 704 879-9541 
FAX 704 874-1992 
OBG 034 
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JAEKLE, RONALD KENNETH 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 
DEPT. OF OB/GYN 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4615 

JAFFE, GLENN JAY OPH 032 

BOX 3802, DUKE UNIV. EYE CTR. A * AC 



DURHAM 27701 



919 684-4458 
FAX 919 684-2230 
EM 065 
AC 



JAFFURS, WILLIAM J„ JR. 

5301 WRIGHTSVILLE AVE. 
WILMINGTON 28403 

JAGODA, FRANK SAMUEL DR 011 

PO BOX 2959 A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28802 704 254-4617 

JAIN, REKHA IM /PD 092 

241 1 E. MILLBROOK RD. STE. 111 AC 

RALEIGH 27604 919 878-8620 

JAMES, CHARLES GREENE IM 060 

700 E. STONEWALL ST., STE. 130 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28202 704 377-2188 

JAMES, CHARLES NEWTON FP 081 

PO. BOX 518 AC 

CAROLEEN 28019 704 657-5371 

JAMES, FRANCIS MARSHALL.III AN 034 

15 GRAYLYN PLACE LANE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 723-4690 

JAMES, GEORGE W. D 034 

1020 WELLINGTON RD. L 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 723-9716 



JAMES, J. FRANK 

DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
JAMES, JOHN CLAY 

ROUTE #3. BOX 436 

MAIDEN 28650 
JAMES, JOSEPH MCCRAW 

2622 MIMOSA PLACE 

WILMINGTON 28403 
JAMES, PAUL ARTHUR 

PO BOX 549 

BETHEL 27812 
JAMES, RICHARD THOMAS, JR. 

217 TRAVIS AVENUE 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
JAMES, ROBERT MITCHELL 

1137 S. MAIN ST, 

GRAHAM 27253 
JAMES, ROGER ALLEN 

946 TUNNEL ROAD 

ASHEVILLE 28805 
JAMISON, EDGAR LAMONT 

1243 IDLEWOOD RD. 

ASHEBORO 27203 
JANEWAY, RICHARD 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
JANICKI, PETER T. 

DUMC, DIV. OF OTO, BOX 3805 

DURHAM 27710 
JANOSKO, EDWARD ORESTES, II 

#2 DOCTORS PARK 

GREENVILLE 27834 
JANOWSKY, DAVID S. 

UNC, DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 

231 MEDICAL SCH. WING B 207H 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
JARMAN. FONTAINE GRAHAM, JR. 

12 LONGSTREET ROAD 

WELDON 27890 
JARMAN, WAYNE THOMAS 

1726-B DAVIE AVE. 

STATESVILLE 28677 
JARMAN, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. 

902 COX RD., STE. A 

GASTONIA 28054 
JAROSAK, PETER JAMES 

1307 W. WENDOVER AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
JAROW, JONATHAN P. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
JARRAH, AZMI SHAFIQ 

100 MEDICAL HTS. 

MORGANTON 28655 
JARRAHI, ALI 

2830 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
JARRELL, JOHN ARTHUR, JR. 

2924 BUCKINGHAM RD. 

DURHAM 27707 
JARRELL, WILBURN ERIC 

2007 SALEM ROAD 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 
JARRETT, DAVID LINCOLN 

53 S. FRENCH BROAD ST. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
JARRETT, THOMAS EDWARD 

624 QUAKER LANE, #205A 

HIGH POINT 27262 
JARVIS, BENNIE LEA 

2420 PROFESSIUONAL DR 

PO BOX 7099 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 



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074 


A 


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919 825-0355 


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060 


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L/RT 


704 372-3350 


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A 


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919 227-0170 


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704 298-7981 


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919 966-4738 

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919 536-2884 

GS 049 

A AC 

704 873-1024 

ORS 036 

A AC 

704 865-6487 

PD 041 

AC 

919 275-6335 

U 034 

A AC 

919 748-4131 

PD /PNP 012 

AC 

704 433-4484 

P /PH 034 

AC 

919 768-2424 

AN 032 

A RT 

919 684-2368 

FP 086 

AC 

919 786-5050 

ORS 011 

A AC 

704 252-7180 

IM 040 

A AC 

919 841-6711 

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JARVIS, JAMES LUTHER 

1516 PINEOLA LANE 
GASTONIA 28054 
JASKI, THOMAS JOHN 

RUTHERFORD INTERNAL MED. ASSOC 

PO BOX 390 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 704 286-9036 



919 937-4100 
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704 865-8679 
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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



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JASMINE, MARK S. 

POBOX 1606 
CONCORD 28026 

JAVAID. MOHAMMAD IQBAL 

515 THOMPSON ST., STE. C 

EDEN 27288 
JECK, LIDA MORAWETZ 

800 EASTOWNE DR., STE. 204 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
JEFFERS, ROBERT GORDON 

3803-A COMPUTER DR. 

RALEIGH 27609 
JEFFRIES, LYDIA M. 

150 CHEROKEE RD. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
JEMSEK, JOSEPH GREGORY 

1350 S. KINGS DR. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
JENISON, MARK 

129 TALL OAKS RD. 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 
JENKINS, ALBERT MILTON 

3614 HAWORTH DR. 

RALEIGH 27609 
JENKINS, JOSEPH MCKENDRIE 

210 RIVERSIDE DR. 

WASHINGTON 27889 



ORS 013 

A AC 

704 788-3155 

FAX 704 788-3487 

U 079 

AC 

919 623-8451 

P 032 

AC 

919 493-5329 

PD ADL 092 

AC 

919 782-5273 

011 

A AC 

919 684-8111 

ID IM 060 

AC 

704 372-8750 

032 

S 

919 933-9917 

R 092 

A AC 

919 832-8080 

U 007 

A AC 

919 946-9045 



JEWELL, GARY WELCH 

1408 FRANKLIN STREET 

MONROE 28110 
JEWELL, KATHLEEN T. 

601 S. COLLEGE RD. 

WILMINGTON 28403 
JIAMACHELLO, NICHOLAS 

307 SYLVAN ROAD 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 



GYN 090 

AC 
704 289-2553 

GPM 065 
A AC 

919 395-3280 

OBG 026 
A RT 

919 485-8729 



FAX 919 323-9857 

JENKINS, LARRY PARKER OPH 084 

121 YADKIN STREET AC 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 983-1102 

JENKINS, SAMUEL GATLIN, JR. GS 070 

1142 N. ROAD STREET A AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 335-4890 

JENKINS, STANLEIGH EDWARD, JR. FP 008 

501 HAYES STREET AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 357-1226 

JENKINS, WANDA LOUISE OBG 013 

211 LEPHILLIP COURT A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 786-1115 

JENNER, PAUL WM. CLP /BLB 060 

2425 PARK RD. AC 

PO BOX 36507 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 376-1661 

JENNETTE, ALBERT TYSON ORS 098 

1700 S. TARBORO ST. A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-1300 

JENNINGS, JEROME EDWIN ORS 034 

410 FORSYTH MEDICAL PK A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-1571 

JENNINGS, JOHN CHRISTOPHER OBG 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A * AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4595 

JENNINGS, JOHN LEE, JR. D 096 

BOX 1399, 1100 E. ASH ST. A AC 

GOLDSBORO 27533 919 734-0944 
JENNINGS, ROBERT BURGESS PTH /CLP 032 

BOX 3712, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3528 
FAX 919 684-4352 

JENNINGS, ROYAL GREEN D 040 
624 QUAKER LANE, SUITE 302-B A * AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 887-3195 

JENSEN, KIRK BRADLEY EM 064 

1105 ROYAL RIDGE DR. A AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 443-8172 

JENSEN, ROGER D. FP 011 

640 MERRIMON AVE. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28804 704 258-0670 

JEON, MYUNG KIL GP 007 

MEDICAL ARTS CENTER AC 

PLYMOUTH 27962 919 793-5073 

JEREMIAH, MICHAEL PATRICK 060 

9143 KINGS CANYON DR. A R 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 355-2456 

JESSUP, PAMELA KAY H. FP 053 

555 CARTHAGE ST. A AC 

SAN FORD 27330 919 774-6518 

JESTER, KIMBERLY BUCHANAN 074 

9 BRANCHS ESTATES MH PARK A S 
BRANCHES ESTATES, 10-B 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 355-0961 

JETT, HARRIMAN HARDING GS 060 

2104 RANDOLPH ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-3900 

FAX 704 377-1244 



JILCOTT, RUPERT WADSWORTH, III IM 054 

KINSTON CLINIC NORTH, STE. HA AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-1404 

JIMENEZ, ANDREA MERCEDES 032 

RT. 1 1 , #6 RIFFEL WOODS R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 966-4339 

JOBE, ANN CONNOR FP 074 

DEPT OF FAMILY MEDICINE A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2278 

JOBE, DANIEL BRIAN 034 

3010-T WALNUT FOREST CT. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 659-9233 

JOBSON, VERNON WAKEFIELD GO /GYN 034 

1901 S. HAWTHORNE RD. STE. 360 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-1464 

JOHNSEN, ERIC MERRIMAN FP 084 

1007 N. 6TH ST. A AC 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 983-3121 

JOHNSEN, LYNN IM 026 

325 N. COOL SPRING ST..APT.504A L/RT 

FAYETTEVILLE 28301 919 484-6080 

JOHNSON, ALAN MORSE TS /GS 011 

257 MCDOWELL ST. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 258-1121 

JOHNSON, ALBIN WILLARD OPH 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD..STE. 409 A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-7400 

JOHNSON, ANDREW MYRON PD 041 

1200 N. ELM ST. AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-4064 

FAX 919 379-3591 

JOHNSON, ANN RHAMY 032 

PO BOX 2395 A S 

CHAPEL HILL 27515 919 968-8850 

JOHNSON, ATLEE ROLLINS.III 034 

2325 FAIRWAY DR. R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 723-3171 

JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN P 032 

4408 AMERICAN DR. A R 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-9806 

JOHNSON, BETTY HULL AN 065 

1907 HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 343-2486 

JOHNSON, CHARLES ROSS P 092 

4000 BLUE RIDGE RD. STE. 100 AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 781-8539 

JOHNSON, CHARLES THOMAS, JR. FP 078 

222 S. MAIN ST AC 
PO BOX 232 

RED SPRINGS 28377 919 843-4576 

JOHNSON, CHERYL MARIE 032 

4800 UNIVERSITY DR. APT 3M S 

DURHAM 27707 919 490-4988 

JOHNSON, DAVID SANDER PD 001 

530 W. WEBB AVENUE AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 228-8316 

JOHNSON, DAVID SCOTT FP 032 

4408 AMERICAN DR. #B R 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-9806 

JOHNSON, DENNIS RAY R 074 

#9 DOCTORS PARK AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-5000 

JOHNSON, DONALD CARL OPH 007 

P. O. BOX 699 AC 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-3111 

JOHNSON, DONALD GENE R /NR 065 

2212 DELANEY AVENUE A AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 383-7070 

JOHNSON, GALE DENNING GS 043 

910 W. POPE ST. L/RT 

DUNN 28334 919 892-7893 

JOHNSON, GEORGE, JR. GS /VS 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF SURGERY A AC 

CB #7210 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3391 
FAX 919 966-2898 



JOHNSON, HEBER WELLINGTON OBG /GS 065 

417 BRADLEY CREEK POINT A L/RT 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 256-2040 

JOHNSON, HENRY WESLEY PD 034 

3175 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-7030 

JOHNSON, HOLLY PUGH OPH 034 

416 RIDGEHAVEN DR. A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 748-3504 

JOHNSON, JAMES ALFRED NS 040 

606 N. ELM ST. A RT 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 889-8877 

FAX 919 885-2060 

JOHNSON, JAMES C. DR 000 

14 SCHENK TERRACE A R 

PITTSBURGH, PA 15215 717 275-2178 

JOHNSON, JAMES ERWIN ORS 026 

3308 MELROSE ROAD A P AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-4874 

JOHNSON, JAMES NOLEN FP /EM 061 

213 DEER PARK LAKE DR. A AC 

SPRUCE PINE 28777 704 765-1414 

JOHNSON, JOY MOORING IM 092 

4612 GUNSTON PL AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 783-5312 

JOHNSON, KEVIN M. DR 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. AC 
DURHAM RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8411 

JOHNSON, KIM EDWARD AN 064 

3709 WESTRIDGE CIRCLE DR. C 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-2124 

JOHNSON, LAUREN PATRICIA 032 

1002 WILLOW DR. APT. #3 A S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 967-2590 

JOHNSON, LESLIE DONALD DR 001 

2728 BEDFORD ST. A AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 570-4096 

JOHNSON, MARGARET GOULD 032 

9504 GREENFIELD RD. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 942-4955 

JOHNSON, MARTIN KAY GE /IM 041 

1904 N. CHURCH ST. AC 

GREENSBORO 27405 919 379-4062 

JOHNSON, PAUL BERNERD FP 011 

206 ASHELAND AVE. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-8681 

JOHNSON, PAUL D. OBG 011 

110 W. GROVER ST. C 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-5258 

JOHNSON, PETER GRAHAM OM /FP 041 

420 GALLIMORE DAIRY RD. A C 

GREENSBORO 27409 919 282-2352 

JOHNSON, RANDALL DIVAN GS /VS 011 

16 MCDOWELL STREET A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-3366 

JOHNSON, ROBERT BRUCE D 092 

101 CARY PKWY. SW #210 * AC 
CARY DERMATOLOGY CTR. 

CARY 27511 919 467-8556 

JOHNSON, RONALD W. FP 011 

172 ASHELAND AVE. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-1131 

JOHNSON, STEPHEN EDWARD EM /IM 092 

PO BOX 229 AC 
TRAVERSE CITY, Ml 49684 

JOHNSON, THOMAS DUANE 074 

9538 W. NORTH AVE. APT. #1 S 
WAUWATOSA, Wl 53226 

JOHNSON, THOMAS MILTON FP 051 

709 NORTH STREET AC 

SMITHFIELD 27577 919 934-8556 

JOHNSON, TINK ASTON, III U 049 

POBOX 1821 AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 878-201 1 

JOHNSON, TODD CLAYTON PM 011 

POBOX 15025 A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28813 704 274-2400 

JOHNSRUDE, IRWIN STANLEY DR 074 

P. O. BOX 328, RTE. #9 A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 355-6924 

FAX 919 752-0166 

JOHNSTON, CAROL ANN OPH 067 

264 MEMORIAL DR. AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353-1030 



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JOHNSTON, DAVID SOMERS ORS SM 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-0544 
tJOHNSTON, FRANK RANDOLPH TS /CDS 034 

735 ARBOR RD. L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 748-4338 

JOHNSTON, FRANK SMITH, JR. IM 092 

3900 BROWNING PLACE AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-9650 

JOHNSTON, HARVEY WYLIE U 060 

101 W. T. HARRIS BLVD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28262 704 547-1392 

JOHNSTON, JAMES WILLIAM OBG 001 

KERNODLE CLINIC L/RT 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 227-3621 

JOHNSTON, JOHN GARDNER PD 060 

1700 ABBEY PLACE A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28209 704 523-7232 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM WEBB PTH 032 

BOX 3712, DUMC A P AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3587 

JOHNSTON, WM. ELLIOTT AN 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-3613 

JOHNSTONE, WILLIAM MILLER, JR. 074 

1608 BEAUMONT DR. A * R 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4669 

JOINES, JERRY DALE 032 

RT. #1, BOX 131 A R 
NEW HILL 27562 

JOLLEY, OLIN B. 032 

2015 MARKHAM DR R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-5711 

JOLLY, WILLIAM OSCAR, III FP 084 

305 YADKIN ST. A AC 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 983-7900 

JONES, ALBERT MCCRAY OBG 007 

ROUTE #5, BOX 14 LRT 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-8951 

JONES, ALLEN G. IM 060 

101 W.T.HARRIS BLVD. STE.C-101 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28213 704 547-1462 

JONES, BILLY ERNEST D 074 

DEPT. OF MED/DERMATOLOGY AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2555 

JONES, CARL H., Ill FP 082 

403 FAIRVIEW ST. AC 

CLINTON 28328 919 592-6011 

JONES, CHAMP MCMILLIAN, JR. FP 034 

2805 LYNDHURST AVE. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-8890 

JONES, CHARLES WADE 034 

2323 WESTOVER DR. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 721-0935 

JONES, CHRISTOPHER 000 

BROWN UNIV DEPT. OF FAM. MED. R 
MEMORIAL HOSP OF RHODE ISLAND 

PAWTUCKET, Rl 02860 401 722-6000 

JONES, CLARA ISELEY GP 001 

815 S. FIFTH ST. A LRT 

MEBANE 27302 919 563-1080 

JONES, CLAYTON JOE GYN 013 

107 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 786-7158 

JONES, COLIN DOUGLAS FP 008 

ACADEMY STREET A AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-6138 

JONES, CONSTANCE CARPENTER FP 053 

555 CARTHAGE ST. C 

SANFORD 27330 919 774-6518 

JONES, CRAIG S. GS 023 

4051 GULFSHORE BLVD. N'PH-205 A L 

NAPLES, FL 33940 813 261-5609 

JONES, DAVID CRAVEN FP 001 

202 S. FIFTH STREET AC 

MEBANE 27302 919 563-9341 

JONES, DAVID HERMAN OPH 092 

900 CEDARHURST DR. A RT 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876-2618 

JONES, DAVID MARSHALL NS 018 

415 N. CENTER ST.. STE. 203 A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 327-9740 

JONES, DAVID RAY 074 

602 SHADOWOOD DR. R 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 758-1841 



JONES, DENNIS EBLEN DARNELL 

DEPT. OF OB-GYN 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
JONES, DONNIE HUE, JR. 

P. O. BOX 158 

PRINCETON 27569 
JONES, ELLEN HUFFMAN 

1410 GREENBRIAR VILLAGE 

AYDEN 28513 
JONES, FRANK COLLINS, JR. 

KILIMANJARO MED. CTR 

THE GOOD SAMARITAN FOUNDATION 

MOSHI.TANZANIA, E.AFRICA 
JONES, FRANKLIN D. 

2325 STANTONSBURG RD. 

GREENVILLE 27834 
JONES, FRIELDEN BERTIE, III 

LAUREL MEDICAL CENTER 

MARSHALL 28753 
JONES, GREGORY LEE 

108 FRONT ST. 

BELHAVEN 27810 
JONES, HARVEY MICHAEL 

1001 PARK AVE. 

HENDERSON 28536 
JONES, J. KEMPTON 

1001 S. HAMILTON ROAD 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
JONES, J. WESLEY 

1309 MEDICAL DR., STE. 102 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
JONES, JAMES BUCKNER 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28211 
JONES, JAMES DAVID 

BOX 3115, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
JONES, JAMES GRADY 

PO BOX 8609 

GREENVILLE 27858 
JONES, JAMES MARSHALL, JR. 

1225 E. FIFTH STREET 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 
JONES, JEFFREY DAVID 

1201 BROOKSIDE DR. NW 

WILSON 27893 
JONES, JERRY ANTHONY 

2021 E. 7TH ST. 

CHAPLOTTE 28204 
JONES, JOHN IRVIN, III 

804 CHRISTOPHER RD. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
JONES, MARY MCKEEL 

421 W. MARION ST. 

SHELBY 28150 
JONES, MORRIS ALEXANDER, JR 

3643 N. ROXBORO ST. 

DURHAM 27704 
tJONES, NORMAN NESBETH 

1019 S. ENGLISH ST. 

GREENSBORO 27401 
JONES, O. HUNTER 

232 PERRIN PLACE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
JONES, PATRICIA ANN 

8 KENNEBEC DR. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
JONES, ROBERT BOYD 

2311 DELANEY ROAD 

WILMINGTON 28403 
JONES, ROBERT S.,JR.-BOBBY 

421 W. MARION ST. 

SHELBY 28150 
JONES, ROBERT SPURGEON 
113GROVER STREET 

SHELBY 28150 
JONES, SARA THOMPSON 

321 BANBURY ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
JONES, STEPHEN WATSON 
113 GROVER ST. 

SHELBY 28150 
JONES, THADDEUS LEROY 

3333 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



OBG 


074 




AC 


919 551- 


4610 


GP 


051 




L 


919 936-51: 




074 


A 


S 


919 746-2245 


GS 


050 


vtion 


H 


NS 


074 


A 


AC 


919 752-5156 


FP 


057 




AC 


704 656-2611 


FP 


007 




AC 


919 238-2407 


PTH /CLP 


091 




AC 


919 492-4477 


FP 


032 


A * 


AC 


919 968-4551 


GE/IM 


026 


A 


AC 


919 323-2477 


IM PUD 


060 


A 


AC 


704 365-0760 


CHP PD 


032 


A 


AC 


919 684-2372 


FP 


074 


A 


AC 


919 551 


2600 


IM 


034 




AC 


919 725-7362 


GE/IM 


098 


A 


AC 


919 291 


7001 


IM/GE 


060 




AC 


704 372-9884 


END /IM 


032 




R 


919 966-3336 


FP 


023 


A 


C 


704 484-8001 


R 


032 


A 


AC 


919 471 


-3411 


GP/GE 


041 


A 


AC 


919 274-0097 


OBG 


060 


A 


L'RT 


704 333-0455 




032 




S 


919 929-2499 


OTO 


065 


A 


AC 


919 762-8754 


FP 


023 


A * 


AC 


704 484-8001 


FP 


023 


A 


AC 


704 487-5228 


AN 


034 


A 


AC 


919 768-8987 


FP 


023 


A 


AC 


704 487-5228 


PTH /HEM 


034 


* 


AC 


919 760-5840 



JONES, THOMAS THWEATT 


i 
/ 
GP 032 


608 W. MARKHAM AVE. 


A L/RT 


DURHAM 27701 


919 489-2115 


JONES, WILLIAM ROBERT 


GP 064 


900 SUNSET AVE. 


AC 


ROCKY MOUNT 27804 


919 446-4921 


JONNALAGADDA, M. RAO 


P /PH 074 


W.B.JONES ADATC 


A P AC 


RT. #1, BOX20-A 




GREENVILLE 27834 


919 830-3426 


JORDAN, BARBARA MOORE 


P 078 


207 W. 29TH STREET 


AC 


LUMBERTON 28358 


919 738-5261 


JORDAN, H. MENDALL 


D 092 


2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD. #302 


A P AC 


RALEIGH 27607 


919 781-1001 


JORDAN, HENRY DAVIDSON 


PTH 065 


P. O. BOX 9000 


A P AC 


WILMINGTON 28402 


919 343-7074 


JORDAN, JOAN THEA 


IM 019 


PO BOX 689 


AC 


SILER CITY 27344 


919 663-3360 


JORDAN, LYNDON KIRKMAN 


FP 051 


P. O. BOX 760 


A P AC 


SMITHFIELD 27577 


919 934-7687 


JORDAN, PETER MANNING 


034 


2252 ELIZABETH AVE. 


A R 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 748-2011 


JORDAN, RICHARD M. 


R 036 


PO BOX 1495 


A AC 


GASTONIA 28053 


704 864-4378 


JORDAN, RILEY MOORE 


FP 047 


303 PATTERSON ST 


AC 


PO BOX 669 




RAEFORD 28376 


919 875-5151 


JORDAN, ROBERT CALHOUN, JR. 


R 053 


P. O. BOX 1007 


A P AC 


SANFORD 27330 


919 776-1210 


JORDAN, ROBERT CHARLES 


OTO 034 


175 CHARLOIS BLVD. STE. 101 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 




JORDAN, SCOTT BREWER 


OBG 018 


RT. #2, BOX 195 


AC 


CONOVER 28613 


704 322-4920 


JORDAN, STUART HARRINGTON 


OBG 026 


1320 MEDICAL DR. 


AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28304 


919 323-3301 


JORDAN, WELDON HUSKE 


IM 026 


114 BROADFOOT AVENUE 


A AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28305 


919 484-3261 


JORDAN, WILLIAM RAND 


U 026 


2008 LITHO PLACE 


A AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28304 


919 485-8871 


JORIZZO, JOSEPH L. 


D 034 


300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 


A AC 


DEPT. OF DERMATOLOGY 




WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 748-2768 


FAX 919 748-4204 


JOSEPH, MICHAEL C. 


GPM /PD 032 


5716 GENESSEE DR. 


AC 


DURHAM 27712 


919 471-3278 


JOSHI, VIJAY V. 


PTH 074 


DEPT. OF CLI. PTHDIAG. MED. 


A AC 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-4495 


JOSLYN, ANN KATHRYN 


OPH 018 


PO BOX 2588 


AC 


HICKORY 28603 


704 322-2050 


JOYCE, CHARLES WELDON 


GP 079 


401 W. DECATUR ST. 


AC 


MADISON 27025 


919 548-9618 


JOYCE, DONALD GEORGE 


ORS 060 


3535 RANDOLPH ROAD, SUITE 103 A " AC 


CHARLOTTE 2821 1 


704 365-21 1 1 


JOYCE, G. WILLIAM 


IM/NEP 040 


624 QUAKER LN , ST. 213B 


AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 883-4131 


JOYNER, RAYMOND EDWARD 


U 032 


923 BROAD STREET 


A AC 


DURHAM 27705 


919 286-1297 


FAX 919 286-7599 


JOYNER, RONNIE STEPHEN 


OBG 025 


801 MCCARTHY BLVD. 


A AC 


NEW BERN 28560 


919 633-3942 


JOYNER, SAMUEL BALFOUR 


IM 041 


510 N. ELAM AVE., STE. 201 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27403 


919 299-5454 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



77 



JOYNER, SUSAN JANE OPH 092 

3320 EXECUTIVE DR. STE. 111 A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876-2427 

JOYNER, WALTON KITCHIN, JR. OPH 092 

3900 BROWNING PLACE AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 787-2758 

JOYNER, WILLIAM STAFFORD FP 032 

401 WHITEHEAD CIR. * L/RT 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 968-4551 

JREISAT, KHALED F. N /CHN 025 

PO BOX 2588 A AC 

NEW BERN 28561 919 633-3744 

JUENGEL, PAUL H., Ill OTO /PSF 001 

1206 VAUGHN RD. A P * AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 226-0660 

JULIAN, JESSE S., JR. TS /CDS 034 

PO BOX 15771 R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27113 919 748-2011 

JURGELSKY, WILLIAM EM 025 

2000 NEUSE BLVD. AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-8104 

JUSTIS, CHRISTOPHER MORROW AN 080 

221 BETHEL DR. A AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 638-1000 

JUSTIS, HOMER RODEHEAVER U 060 

1012 KINGS DRIVE AC 

CHARLOTTE 28283 704 334-6449 

KAASA, LAURIN JUUL PTH 092 

3312 LANDOR RD. A L 

RALEIGH 27609 919 755-8260 

KADYK, JAN MARC ORS 095 

30 DOCTOR'S PARK A AC 

BOONE 28607 704 264-1100 

KAHL, FREDERIC ROSS CD IM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4261 

KAHN, JOSEPH WILLIAM FP 056 

P. O. BOX 147 L7RT 

FRANKLIN 28734 704 524-9696 

KAHN, ROBERT CHARLES GS 008 

RT. #2, BOX 16-E * AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-2244 

KAHN, ROBERT HOWARD D 036 

1072 X-RAY DR. AC 
PO BOX 3598 

GASTON I A 28053 704 864-8386 

KALAYANAMIT, TUL 032 

2 SPRING GARDEN APTS. S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 933-0153 

KALDY, PATRICIA MARIE FP 042 

104MINA AC 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 535-4492 

KALINA, KENT MICHAEL P /ALD 060 

1515 MOCKINGBIRD LN„ STE. 801 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28209 704 523-6872 

KALLIANOS, JOHN A. IM PD 032 

400 CRUTCHFIELD ST., STE. A A C 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-4484 

KALLMAN, HAROLD FP /GER 074 

DEPT. OF FAMILY MEDICINE A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2597 

KAMERER, DONALD B., JR. OTO /HNS 060 

1350 S. KINGS DR. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-8750 

FAX 704 372-8750 

KAMM, RICK RANDE OBG 092 

3805 COMPUTER DR. AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-6200 

FAX 919 783-1819 

KAMMIRE, GORDON C. ORS SM 029 

14 MEDICAL PARK DR. A AC 

LEXINGTON 27292 919 249-2978 

KAMMIRE, LESLIE DANESE OBG 034 

2927 LYNDHURST AVE. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-9350 

KAMP, MAURICE ARTHUR PH /GPM 060 

1400 DREXEL PLACE A L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28209 704 525-3468 

KANDL, LOUIS CHARLES IM /GER 084 

331 N. FIRST ST. AC 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 982-2189 

KANE, RICHARD DOUGLAS U 092 

4301 LAKE BOONE TR..STE. 300 A AC 
WAKE UROLOGICAL 

RALEIGH 27607 919 782-1255 
FAX 919 782-6056 



PTH 


092 


A 


AC 


919 783-3057 


D 


092 


C* P * 


AC 


919 878-0310 




032 


A 


S 


919 493-9544 




032 




R 


R 


067 


P 


AC 



KANICH, ROBERT EMIL 

4420 LAKE BOONE TRAIL 

RALEIGH 27607 
KANOF, ELIZABETH PASCHER 

3400 EXECUTIVE DRIVE 

RALEIGH 27609 
KANTOROWSKI, PAMELA A.G. 

2920 CHAPEL HILL RD.. APT 30B 

DURHAM 27707 
KAPLAN, ANDREW JON 

531 PRINCETON WAY NE 

ATLANTA, GA 30307 
KAPLAN, JEFFREY MARK 

ONSLOW MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

P. O. BOX 1358 

JACKSONVILLE 28541 919 577-2345 

KAPLAN, RICHARD DAVID OBG 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD., STE. 201 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 378-1110 

KAPLEY, DAVID JOSEPH 032 

119 MAXWELL RD R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-2025 

KAPLOWITZ, GARY L. ORS 091 

RUIN CREEK ROAD A P AC 

MEDICAL SERVICE BLDG. 

HENDERSON 27536 919 438-3186 

KAPPELMANN, RICK BERNARD OTO 032 

3111 BUCKINGHAM RD. AC 

DURHAM 27707 919 490-8743 

KARAMALEGOS, ANTONIOS Z. U 083 

521 LAUCHWOOD DR. A AC 

LAURINBURG 28352 919 277-8636 

KARB, KENNETH SAMUEL ON /IM 041 

301 E. WENDOVER AVE., STE. 300 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 272-2141 

KARIM-JETHA, ZAHEER AN 078 

202 EDINBOROUGH DR. AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 738-8154 

KARIS, JOANNES HUBERTUS AN 032 

BOX 3094, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 681-6944 

KASH, STEPHEN LEE OPH 065 

1120 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-7316 

KASHTAN, HILLEL I. AN 034 

1856 BARNSTABLE RD. AC 

CLEMMONS 27012 919 945-9051 

KASIK, LEE AN 041 

215 MANCHESTER PL. AC 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 299-6343 

KASPAR, JOHN V. 034 

1337 TREDWELL DR. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 725-7787 

KASSMAN, NEIL M. GE /IM 049 

PO BOX 1821 AC 

OLD MOCKSVILLE RD. 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 878-201 1 

KASTNER, ROBERT JEFFREY FP /EM 070 

48 DUCK WOODS DR. A AC 

KITTY HAWK 27949 919 261-4645 

KATARIA, SUDESH PD 074 

DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-3198 

KATARIA, YASH PAL PUD /IM 074 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE A AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4653 

FAX 919 551-2012 

KATH, PHILIP DOUGLAS OPH 012 

335 E. PARKER ROAD AC 

MORGANTON 28655 704 433-6220 

KATZ, DAVID STEWART OM /GP 045 

E. I. DUPONT A AC 

PO BOX 267 

BREVARD 28712 704 885-5837 

KATZ, JEFFREY DAVID CD /IM 041 

520 N. ELAM AVE. A P AC 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 547-1700 

KATZ, SAMUEL LAWRENCE PD /ID 032 

BOX 2925, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3734 

FAX 919 681-2714 

KAUFFMAN, GREGORY JOHN 032 

140 BEECHWOOD DR. R 

CARRBORO 27510 919 933-0023 



KAUFMAN, JEFFREY 032 

2752 MIDDLETON AVE., APT. 30-L A S 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-6848 

KAUFMANN, JAMES GREGORY OPH 032 

7301 CALIBRE PARK DR., #202 R 

DURHAM 27707 919 966-5296 

KAVANAGH, BRIAN DENNIS 032 

BOX 3085, DUMC R 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3742 

KAYYE, PAUL THOMAS P /CHP 092 

101 BLAIR DR., ADAMS BLDG. AC 

RALEIGH 27603 919 733-7640 

KEAGY, BLAIR ALLEN TS /CDS 032 

UNC, CB 7065 A AC 

108 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3381 

FAX 919 966-3475 

KEARNEY, THOMAS RAYMOND P /ALD 067 

107-A POINT EMERALD VILLAS AC 

EMERALD ISLE 28557 919 455-5500 

KEARNS, PAUL RUTHERFORD OBG 049 

750-H HARTNESS ROAD AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 872-6389 

KEATHLEY, FRANKLIN BURR D /A 036 

224 NEW HOPE ROAD A L 

GASTON I A 28052 704 867-0773 

KEEL, JAMES FRANKLIN, III IM /CCM 013 

68 LAKE CONCORD ROAD, N.E. A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-3135 

KEELING, J. WAYNE ORS 079 

307 W. MOREHEAD STREET A AC 

REIDSVILLE 27320 919 342-6116 

KEENER, JOSEPH KEITH NEP /IM 092 

101 DURYER COURT A AC 

CARY 27511 919 782-3378 

KEENER, STEPHEN ROBERT GPM /FP 060 

2845 BEATTIES FORD ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28216 704 336-4701 

KEENEY, GLENWARD THOMAS OBG 026 

1219 WALTER REED ROAD A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-2103 

KEENEY, RONALD ERIC PD /ID 092 

5 MOORE DR., GLAXO, INC. A AC 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PK 27709 919 990-5019 

KEEVER, RICHARD ALAN OTO 040 

624 QUAKER LN., STE. 301 -D AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 883-1366 

KEIPPER, VINCENT LEE MCCALLA IM /GER 013 

56 ARDSLEY AVENUE, N. E. AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-1101 

KEITH, JULIAN FAISON, JR. ALD /FP 065 

5733 OAK BLUFF LN. A AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 251-6540 

KEITH, THEODORE ALLEN CD 034 

3073 TRENWEST DR. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-0437 

FAX 919 768-0433 

KELEHER, MICHAEL FRANCIS GS 011 

18 MAYWOOD ROAD A L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28804 704 254-1835 

KELLAM, DONALD SWIFT, JR. ORS 060 

2225 CARMEL RD. RT 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 377-0351 

KELLAM, LORI GOCO 034 

794 SCOTT ROAD A S 

LEWISVILLE 27023 919 945-3851 

KELLER, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, JR. CDS 011 

257 MCDOWELL STREET A P AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 258-1121 

KELLER, GUY OTIS GS 060 

1928 RANDOLPH RD. #213 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-6767 

KELLEY, JOHN SIMPSON CD /IM 092 

3324 SIX FORKS RD. A P AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-7772 

KELLEY, THOMAS FRANCIS FP 084 

460 N. 10TH ST. A L 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 982-9144 

KELLEY, THOMAS FRANCIS IM /CD 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., STE. 300 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-1500 

KELLING, DOUGLAS GEORGE, JR. IM /PUD 013 

390 COPPERFIELD BLVD. A * AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-3135 

KELLY, DAVID L., JR. NS 034 

BOWMAN GRAY-NEUROSURGERY A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4049 



78 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



KELLY, JAMES REGINALD 


IM 032 


PO BOX 16999 


A AC 


4205 BEN FRANKLIN BLVD. 




DURHAM 27704 


919 682-5561 


KELLY, JEFFREY 


AN /EM 034 


406 CLIFFDALE DR. 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27104 


919 748-2591 


KELLY, JOHN B. 


N 034 


300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 


R 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 748-2011 


KELLY, JOHN JAY 


FP 011 


612 U. S. HIGHWAY 70 


AC 


SWANNANOA 28778 


704 686-5232 


KELLY, JOHNSON HALL 


U 023 


1001 N. WASHINGTON ST. 


A AC 


SHELBY 28150 


704 482-201 1 


KELLY, LARRY WADE 


032 


910 CONSTITUTION DR. APT. 


520 S 


DURHAM 27705 


919 383-9608 


KELLY, LUTHER W., JR. 


END NM 060 


1350 S. KINGS DR. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 372-8750 




FAX 704 332-7020 


KELLY, MICHAEL WALKER 


OPH 092 


2500 BLUE RDIGE RD.STE.102 


AC 


RALEIGH 27612 


919 781-2127 




FAX 919 782-9131 


KELLY, RICHARD BRUCE 


FP 011 


N-1 DOCTOR'S DR 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 258-0670 


KELLY, ROBERT GEORGE 


FP 034 


2805 LYNDHURST AVENUE 


AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 768-8890 


KELLY, THOMAS A. 


CD 041 


520 N. ELAM AVE. 


AC 


GREENSBORO 27403 


919 547-1700 


KELLY, TIMOTHY GERALD 


OPH 065 


1904TRADD CT. 


A AC 


WILMINGTON 28401 


919 762-0057 


KELLY, WILLIAM SHERWOOD 


FP /GER 034 


280 S. BROAD ST. #B 


AC 


KERNERSVILLE 27284 


919 993-2224 


KELSH, JAMES MICHAEL 


GS 033 


101 CLINIC DRIVE 


A AC 


TARBORO 27886 


919 823-2105 


KEMP, ELIZABETH ANN 


060 


1540 GARDEN TERR. #505 


A R 


CHARLOTTE 28203 


919 355-3153 


KEMPER, ALEX RANDALL 


032 


3011 PRATT AVE. #D 


S 


DURHAM 27705 


919 684-5681 


KEMPNER, WALTER 


IM 032 


1505 VIRGINIA AVE. 


A L/RT 


DURHAM 27705 


919 286-2243 


KENAN, LEROY FULTON 


FP 092 


PO BOX 99 


AC 


SNEADS FERRY 28468 


919 782-5601 


KENAN, PATRICK DAN 


OTO 032 


DUKE, DIV. OF OTOL. 


A AC 


DURHAM 27710 


919 684-5238 


KENDALL, JOHN HAROLD 


GP 082 


715 STEWART AVENUE 


A L 


CLINTON 28328 


919 592-2161 


KENDRICK, PAUL WAYNE 


NEP /IM 074 


6 DOCTORS PARK 


A P AC 


STANTONSBURG ROAD 




GREENVILLE 27834 


919 752-8880 


KENNEDY, CHARLIE LEE 


PD 034 


501 N. CLEVELAND AVE. 


A AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27101 


919 725-0514 


KENNEDY, DANIEL JOSEPH 


034 


2367 LYNDHURST AVE. 


R 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 748-2011 


KENNEDY, THOMAS FRANCIS 


R 011 


P. O. BOX 2959 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28802 


704 254-461 7 


KENNEDY, WILLARD LEE 


CD /IM 092 


3324 SIX FORKS RD. 


A P AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 781-7772 




FAX 919 787-6331 


KENNERLY, ROBERT M. 


CDS/TS 011 


445 BILTMORE CTR.. STE. 103 A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 258-9446 


KENNY, JEAN BRYCE FELTY 


PD /ID 074 


DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 


AC 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-2511 



KENTER, KEITH ORS 032 

3030 GLENDALE A R 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-4704 

KEPLEY, MICHAEL AVERY OBG 049 

527 BROOKDALE DR. AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 872-4499 

KEPPLER, C. BURTON AN 045 

334 BROOKSIDE CAMP RD. A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28792 704 692-8688 

KERAM, EMILY A. HALPERN P 032 

316 SEVERIN STREET A R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 966-4131 

KERAM, STEVAN 032 

316 SEVERIN ST. A R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 966-5711 

KERANEN, VICTOR JOSEPH NS 026 

3314 MELROSE ROAD. SUITE 104 AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-9802 

KERLEY, ROGER KENNY IM 086 

917 WORTH ST. AC 
PO BOX 985 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 919 789-7833 

KERMON, LOUIS TODD IM /CD 092 

2708 PEACHTREE ST. A L'RT 

RALEIGH 27608 919 782-0563 

KERNER, THEODORE CHARLES.JR. DR 034 

3155 MAPLEWOOD AVE. A C 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-2902 

KERNODLE, CHARLES EDWARD, JR. GS 001 

603 ISLEY PLACE, APT D A L RT 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 226-4598 

KERNODLE, DONALD REED OPH /OTO 001 

KERNODLE CLINIC A AC 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-3621 

KERNODLE, DWIGHT TALMADGE IM 001 

KERNODLE CLINIC L/RT 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-3621 

KERNODLE, GEO. WALLACE, SR. PD 001 

MEDICAL CTR PHARMACY BLDG A * L 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 226-7608 

KERNODLE, GEORGE W„ JR. RHU /IM 001 

316 N GRAHAM-HOPEDALE RD. A AC 

BURLINGTON 27217 919 227-3621 

FAX 919 227-6603 

KEFINODLE, HAROLD BARKER, JR. ORS 001 



316 N. GRAHAM-HOPEDALE RD 

BURLINGTON 27217 
KERNODLE, JOHN ROBERT 

2465 EDGEWOOD AVE. 

BURLINGTON 27215 
KERNS, THOMAS C, JR. 

1110 W. MAIN ST. 

DURHAM 27701 
KERR, ROBERT MORTON 

BOWMAN GRAY, DEPT. OF MED 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
KESLER, ARCHIE DEAN, JR. 

1140 CARTHAGE ST. 

SANFORD 27330 
KESLER, JAMES L. 

1120 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE 

WILMINGTON 28401 
KESSEL, STEVEN R. 

1350 S. KINGS DR. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
KEY, LISA MARIE 

707 HICKORY HIGHLANDS DR. 

ANTIOCH, TN 37013 
KEYES, BOOKER T., JR. 

118-A MEMORIAL DR. 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 
KEYES, KENNETH SHOCKLEY 

1420 PLAZA DRIVE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



AC 

919 227-3621 

GYN 001 

A * L/RT 

919 584-7075 

032 

AC 

GE /IM 034 

AC 

919 748-4602 

OBG 053 

A AC 

919 775-2304 

OPH 065 

A * AC 

919 763-7316 

IM 060 

AC 

034 

S 



u 



067 

A AC 

919 577-5161 

OTO /HNS 034 

AC 
919 765-4922 
FAX 919 768-3072 
032 

R 



IM 



KEYSERLING, THOMAS CHARLES 

UNC.CB 71 10,5039 OLD CLI.BLDG 

DIV. OF GEN. MED/CLI. EPIDEM. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2276 

KHAN, MUSHTAQ HUSSAIN GS /GP 010 

ROUTE #3, BOX 23 A P * AC 

SUPPLY 28462 919 754-8115 

KHAWLY, JOSEPH A. 032 

3804-208 CHIMNEY RIDGE PL. S 

DURHAM 27713 919 490-0022 



KHOSHNEVIS, PARVIZ 

POBOX 1715 

ROCKINGHAM 28379 
KHURI, RAJA N. 

DEPT OF MED. RENAL MED 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
KIEFFER, HENRI L.G. 

103 DOCTORS BLDG. 

PO BOX 2959 

ASHEVILLE 28802 
KIHLSTROM, BRUCE LEE 

PO BOX 15249 

3901 ROXBORO RD. 

DURHAM 27704 
KIHM, JOHN TURNER 

PO BOX 16999 

4205 BEN FRANKLIN BLVD. 

DURHAM 27704 
KILBRIDE, KEVIN ANTHONY 

BOX 114. BROUGHTON HOSPITAL 

MORGANTON 28655 
KILBY, LARRY SHELTON 

505 13TH ST. 

LOFLAND BLDG. 

NORTH WILKESBORO 28659 
KILEFF, MOYRA ELEANOR 

403 CLAYTON ROAD 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
KILEY, JAMES WILLIAM 

3320 EXECUTIVE DR. 

RALEIGH 27609 
KILGORE, WM. R., Ill 

9201 E. ELM ST. 

WICHITA, KS 67206 
KILLAM, ALLEN PAGE 

4044 NOTTAWAY 

DURHAM 27707 
KILLIAN, JOHN HUME 

276 E. CHESTNUT STREET 

ASHEVILLE 28801 

KILPATRICK, WILBUR KIRBY, JR 

P. O. BOX 2000 

PINEHURST 28374 
KIM, JEROME HAHN 

608 WINDSONG LN. 

DURHAM 27713 
KIM, PHILLIP BOKSOO 

WILKES GENERAL HOSPITAL 

N. WILKESBORO 28659 
KIM, SARAH 

1317 MEDICAL DR. STE. #3 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
KIM, TONG SU 

24 2ND AVE. NE 

HICKORY 28601 
KIM. WILLIAM NO CHUN 

1317 MEDICAL DR. STE. #3 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
KIM, YOUNG CUE 

209 W. MILLBROOK ROAD 

RALEIGH 27609 
KIMBERLY, GEORGE DOUGLAS 

PO BOX 1047 

MOCKSVILLE 27028 
KIMBRELL, ODELL C, JR. 

240 BRYAN BUILDING 

RALEIGH 27605 
KIMBRO, MICHAEL KERRY 

2786 STEPHANIE WAY 

MINDEN, NV 89423 
KIMBROUGH, HOUSTON MAGILI 

1025 PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE 

GREENSBORO 27401 
KIMMEL, DAVID PAUL 

PO BOX 1565 

BANNER ELK 28604 
KINDSCHUH, PETER MICHAEL 

BALDWIN WOODS 

WHITEVILLE 28472 
KING, ANNE BRYSON 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD. 

GREENSBORO 27408 



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077 


A 


AC 


919 997-3151 


NEP 


074 


A 


AC 


919 551- 


2545 


DR 


011 




AC 


704 254-4617 


NS/GS 


032 


A P 


AC 


919 383-5531 


IM 


032 


A 


AC 


615 322-2333 


P/GP 


012 


TAL 


AC 


704 433-2476 


FP /GER 


097 




AC 


919 667-3922 


AN 


032 


A 


AC 


919 470-4000 


OPH 


092 


A P 


AC 


919 876-2427 


IM/GE 


032 




R 


316 689-9177 


OBG /NPM 


032 




AC 


919 684-2876 


OPH 


011 


A 


AC 


704 255-8978 


FAX 704 251 


-9150 


1. OBG 


063 


A 


AC 


919 295-1391 


IM ID 


032 




R 


919 684-8111 


PTH 


097 




AC 


919 651-8100 


Al 


026 


A P 


AC 


919 323-3890 


P 


018 


A P 


AC 


704 324-9900 


OBG OM 


026 


A 


RT 


919 323-3890 


IM 


092 


A 


AC 


919 781 


-5933 


FP 


034 




AC 


704 634-1124 


IM /END 


092 




AC 


919 828-6393 




041 




R 


L, JR. U /GS 


041 


: a 


AC 


919 272-3962 


IM 


006 




AC 


704 898-5176 


OBG 


024 




AC 


919 642-3294 


PD 


041 




AC 


919 272-9447 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



79 



(ING. DANA EDWIN 


FP 074 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 


A AC 


FAMILY PRACTICE CENTER 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-5505 


(ING, FRANCIS PARKER 


IM 025 


210 WILSON POINT 


L/RT 


NEW BERN 28562 


919 637-5411 


(ING, GARLAND COFFIELD 


056 


39 RIVERVIEW ST. 


AC 


FRANKLIN 28734 


704 524-9595 


(ING, GLENDALL LEE 


ORS 036 


902 COX ROAD, SUITE A 


A AC 


GASTON I A 28054 


704 865-6487 


(ING, HARRY LEE 


OTO /HNS 018 


PO BOX 2186 


A AC 


HICKORY 28603 


704 322-5120 




FAX 704 322-1636 


(ING, JAMES LEROY 


AN 092 


5420 DEER FOREST TRAIL 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27614 


919 676-0222 


(ING, JEFFREY MILTON 


AN 034 


409 ROLLER MILL DR. 


AC 


LEWISVILLE 27023 


919 748-4498 


(ING, JOSEPH JOHN, JR. 


ORS 090 


701 ROOSEVELT BLVD., BLDG.600 AC 


MONROE 28110 


704 289-4595 




FAX 704 289-5829 


(ING, LOWELL RESTELL 


U /PD 032 


BOX 3831, DUMC 


A AC 


DURHAM 27710 


919 684-6994 




FAX 919 684-8666 


(ING, MICHAEL BRIAN 


CD /IM 054 


I 313 AIRPORT ROAD 


AC 


KINSTON 28501 


919 522-2578 


(ING, MICHAEL EUSTERMAN 


ORS 034 


1 3111 MAPLEWOOD AVE. STE 


104 AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 768-4110 


(ING, STEPHEN CURTIS 


032 


63 WILLOW WAY 


R 


CHAPEL HILL 27516 


919 684-3742 


(ING, VALERIE JEAN 


032 


RT. #3, BOX 338 


A S 


PITTSBORO 27312 


919 542-2328 


KING, WALTER LEE 


OPH 018 


I PO BOX 2186 


A P AC 


HICKORY 28603 


704 322-5120 


(INLAW, WM. K„ JR. 


NS 000 


370 WINN WAY 


A AC 


DECATUR, GA 30030 


404 292-4612 


(INNAIRD. PAUL MCKEE, JR. 


PD 064 


101 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL AC 


1 ROCKY MOUNT 27804 


919 937-7979 


(INNEY, ROBERT BRUCE 


PTH 013 


1419 DENNBRIAR DR. 


AC 


CONCORD 28025 


704 788-5987 


(INNEY, STEPHEN LEIGH 


FP 000 


4312 BEDROCK CIR. #102 


A AC 


BALTIMORE, MD 21236 


301 931-4884 


(IRBY, SAMUEL CRAIG 


D 040 


624 QUAKER LN..STE. 302.BLDG.B A AC 


HIGH POINT 27262 


919 887-3195 


<IRK, CHARLES DAYTON 


AN 092 


RALEIGH ANESTHESIA ASSOC. A AC 


1 P. O. BOX 18139 




F RALEIGH 27619 


919 781-7420 


klRKLAND, JOHN A., JR. 


034 


' 1416 JEREMY LANE 


A C 


I ROCKY MOUNT 27803 


919 748-4131 


KlRKLAND, JOHN ALVIN 


OBG 098 


CAROLINA CLINIC 


AC 


WILSON 27893 


919 291-9010 


I KlRKLAND, MIRIAN L. H. 


IM 000 


971 RIDGEVIEW AVE. 


A R 


I WINSTON-SALEM 27127 


919 379-3900 


[KlRKLAND, STEPHEN M. 


CD /IM 034 


I 3073 TRENWEST DR. 


A AC 


i WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 768-0437 


IKIRKLEY, MARGARET ANNE 


FP 045 


I 518 SIXTH AVENUE. WEST 


AC 


; HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 697-7805 


KIRKLEY, SIDNEY EUGENE 


IM 045 


518 SIXTH AVENUE, WEST 


A * AC 


j HENDERSONVILLE 28739 


704 697-7805 


KIRKMAN, PAUL MADISON 


CD /IM 049 


i 740 BRYANT ST. 


A AC 


1 STATESVILLE 28677 


704 872-8147 



OBG 



029 

A AC 

919 475-2166 

TR 060 

A P AC 

704 384-4189 

FAX 704 384-5299 

N 041 

A AC 

919 273-2511 

FP 067 

AC 

919 347-1788 



KIRKPATRICK, JAMES L., Ill AN 081 

RUTHERFORD HOSPITAL A AC 

DEPT. OF ANESTHESIA 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 704 286-5421 

KIRKPATRICK, JOHN STEWART 032 

704 W. CORNWALLIS RD. A R 

DURHAM 27707 919 493-6525 

KIRKSEY, WILLIAM ALBERT GP 012 

302 S. KING STREET A L/RT 

MORGANTON 28655 
KIRSCH, CARL RICHARD 

1302 LEXINGTON AVE. 

THOMASVILLE 27360 
KIRSCH, MARK 

3041 VALENCIA TERRACE 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 

KISER, JEFFERSON B., JR. 

1910 N. CHURCH ST, 
GREENSBORO 27405 

KITCHEN, THOMAS WARD, JR. 
6 E. BAYSHORE BLVD. 
JACKSONVILLE 28540 

KITCHENS, THOMAS RUSSELL PS 041 

1507 WESTOVER TERR, SUITE A A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 373-0566 

KITCHIN, ALVIN PAUL, JR. FP 090 

1420 E. FRANKLIN ST. AC 

MONROE 28110 704 289-8724 

KITTINGER, JOSEPH WILLIAM, III GE /IM 065 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DR. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 341-3345 

KITTNER, PHILIP JOEL OBG 011 

80 VICTORIA ROAD A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-8900 

KIZEN, PAUL ANDREW OBG 070 

1141 N. ROAD STREET A AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 335-2061 

KLEIN, DEYSY MARTINEZ AN 060 

1901 RANDOLPH RD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 375-5126 

KLEIN, GEORGE FP /OM 074 

309 GRANVILLE DR. * AC 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 355-5454 

KLEIN, JONATHAN DAVID PD /ADL 032 

313 W. UNIVERSITY DR. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-1294 

FAX 919 966-6630 

KLEIN, KENNETH LEROY D /DMP 000 

4110 33RD ST., SE R 

ROCHESTER, MN 55904 507 289-1761 

KLEIN, STEVEN RUSSELL IM GER 034 

3310 BROOKVIEW HILLS BLVD. AC 
SUITE 102 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-5250 

KLEINMANN, RICHARD E. END /IM 060 

1350 S. KINGS DR. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-8750 

FAX 704 332-7020 

KLIMAS, JOHN THOMAS A /PD 060 

CHARLOTTE ALLERGY CLINIC AC 

2711 RANDOLPH RD., BLDG 400 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-7900 

FAX 704 376-2216 

KLINE, CHRISTOPHER JOHN 034 

803-B MADISON AVE. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 723-4928 

KLOPFENSTEIN, HAROLD S. CD 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 
DIV. OF CARDIOLOGY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2718 

KLOSTERMYER, BROOKS VAN SLYKE DR 076 

113 CEDAR CREEK DR. AC 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 629-1601 

KNEEDLER, WILLIAM HARDING IM 013 

THE PINES #142 A L 

DAVIDSON 28036 704 896-1142 

KNOEFEL, ARTHUR EUGENE, JR. FP 011 

PO BOX 875 A URT 

BLACK MOUNTAIN 28711 704 669-7125 

KNOTT, LAWRENCE H., JR. GS /CDS 065 

1922 TRADD COURT A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 343-0296 

KNOTT, RUFUS HENRY, II OTO /A 074 

PO BOX 5007 A AC 

GREENVILLE 27835 919 752-5227 



KNOWLES, SUSAN E. 034 

1106 MELROSE ST. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 721-0489 

KNOWLTON, STEPHEN D. FP 079 

629 S. MAIN ST. AC 
PO BOX 330 

REIDSVILLE 27320 919 349-7114 

KNOX, ANGELINA VINLUAN EDRALIN PD 065 

2304 DELANEY AVENUE A AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 763-3349 

KNUDSON, MARK PAUL FP 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2246 

KNUPP, CHARLES LEONARD HEM /IM 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A AC 
DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2560 

KNUTSON, THOMAS MARVIN EM /FP 096 

P. O. BOX 10867 AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 731-6060 

KO, YOUNG HWAN AN 091 

1801 SURIN CREEK RD., STE. 106 AC 

HENDERSON 27536 919 492-4579 

KOCONIS, CHRIST ALEXATOS OTO /HNS 060 

1350 KINGS DRIVE AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 342-8000 

FAX 704 332-7020 

KODACK, ALBERT FP /GYN 011 

6 STONEY RIDGE A L 

ASHEVILLE 28804 704 252-5737 

KODROFF, MICHAEL BARRY PDR /NM 074 

EASTERN RADIOLOGIST AC 
#9 DOCTORS PARK 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4972 

KOEHLER, LISA ANN 060 

839 SCALEYBARK RD. #11 -M A R 

CHARLOTTE 28209 704 355-3181 

KOHLI, ASHA KIRAN CHP IP 096 

505 PARKWOOD LANE AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 736-0203 

KOHUT, ROBERT IRWIN OTO /HNS 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A * AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4161 

KOHUT, WALTER DENNIS IM /END 041 

1511 WESTOVER TERRACE AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 373-1054 

KOKIKO, GEORGE VICTOR PTH /CLP 096 

WAYNE COUNTY HOSPITAL AC 
CALLER BOX 8001 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 735-1530 

KOLTIS, GORDON GARY TR 054 

2900 N. HERITAGE ST. A AC 
LMH-CANCER CENTER 

KINSTON 28501 919 551-2900 

KOMAN, L. ANDREW ORS /HS 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2878 

FAX 919 748-6286 

KON, NEAL DAVID TS 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4338 

KONEN, JOSEPH C. FP /GPM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-6521 

KOOKEN, KEITH ROBERT GS 034 

2915 LYNDHURST AVENUE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-5221 

FAX 919 765-0430 

KOOMEN, JACOB, JR. PH 092 

909 DOGWOOD LANE A L/RT 

RALEIGH 27607 919 834-4355 

KOON, CRAWFORD BRYAN DR 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8411 

KOONTZ, JACK ALEXANDER FP /OM 074 

E. I. DUPONT DENEMOURS CO. A AC 
P. O. BOX 800 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-6100 

KOONTZ, THOMAS JEFFREY GS 034 

4250 ALLISTAIR ROAD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 765-5221 

KOONTZ, WAYNE CARSON PD 080 

720 GROVE STREET AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 636-5576 



80 

KOPELMAN, ARTHUR 

DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
KOPITA, JEFFREY MICHAEL 

DUMC, SOUTH HOSP. 

DURHAM 27710 
KOPP, ELLIOT JOSEPH 

3831 MERTON DR. 

RALEIGH 27609 
KORNBLATT, BRIAN JAY 

233 SEAGULL LN. 

WILMINGTON 28403 
KORNEGAY, ALONZO DIXON 

PO BOX 25007 

WINSTON-SALEM 27114 
KORNEGAY, HERVY BASIL, SR. 

238 SMITH CHAPEL ROAD 

MOUNT OLIVE 28365 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



NPM 074 

A AC 

919 551-4787 

IM 032 

R 

919 684-8111 

RHU /Al 092 

AC 

919 781-9633 

EM 065 

AC 

919 256-5814 

ORS 034 

A AC 

919 760-0436 

FP 096 

AC 

919 658-4954 



KRAUS, ERIC MARSHALL 

1309 N. ELM ST. 
GREENSBORO 27401 



KORNEGAY, LEMUEL WEYHER, JR. GS /GP 064 

1041 NOELL LANE L 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-0168 

KORNEGAY, RAYMOND DEWITT CDS /TS 092 

BOX 10976 A L/RT 
RALEIGH 27605 

KORNEGAY, ROBERT DUMAIS GS 064 

1041 NOELL LANE A L 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-0168 

KORUDA, MARK JOSEPH GS 032 

SURGERY 210 BURNETT-WOMACK AC 
UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3391 

KOSERUBA, GEORGE MICHAEL PD 065 

9-F THE ISLANDER A L/RT 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 28480 919 256-3276 

KOSSOVE, ALBERT ANTHONY IM /NTR 060 

1530 ELIZABETH AVENUE A L 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 377-5984 

KOSSOVE, IRENE LEVY IM /GYN 060 

1530 ELIZABETH AVENUE A L 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 377-5984 

KOSTRUBALA, THADDEUS LEWIS P 007 

1308 HIGHLAND DR. A * AC 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-8061 

KOUBA, STEPHEN HOWARD ORS 026 

1300 MEDICAL DRIVE AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 484-3332 

FAX 919 484-4568 

KOUFMAN, JAMES ALAN /OTO 034 

BOWMAN GRAY, DIV. OTO A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4161 

KOURI, EDWARD WILLIAMS DR 060 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY A AC 
3535 RANDOLPH RD„ STE. 102 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 365-0343 

KOURI, WILLIAM HERBERT FP 060 

6900 FARMINGDALE DR AC 

CHARLOTTE 28212 704 536-1362 

KOVACICH, JOHN JOSEPH IM 005 

303 HOSPITAL RD. AC 
SPARTA 28675 919 372-2481 

KOWALSKI, HENRYK M. R 074 

#9 DOCTOR'S PARK AC 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 752-5000 

FAX 919 752-0166 

KRABILL, LAWRENCE DAVID IM /RHU 098 

1700 S. TARBORO ST. AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-1300 

KRAEBBER, DAVID M. U 045 

404 8TH AVE., WEST AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 693-5083 

KRAHNERT, JOHN FREDERICK, JR. CDS /TS 063 

ONE MEMORIAL DR. A AC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-0217 

KRAMER, JAMES SCOTT 041 

304 HILLSIDE DR. R 
GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-4035 

KRAMER, NORMAN JOHN IM /END 060 

3535 RANDOLPH ROAD. STE. 300 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 365-0760 

KRAMER, R. KEITH 074 

102 HUNTINGRIDGE ROAD A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 830-9278 

KRAMER, STEPHEN IRWIN P /NP 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-3920 

FAX 919 748-6830 



OTO /OT 041 

A * AC 

919 273-9932 

FAX 919 273-9936 

KRAYBILL, ERNEST NISSLEY PD /NPM 032 

CB #7220, UNC, DEPT. OF PED. AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-5063 

KREDEL, ERNST KARL WILHELM OM PH 067 

U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL A AC 

BOX 8, MCB 

CAMP LEJEUNE 28542 919 451-2181 

KREEGEL, DREW ALAN 032 

119 COBBLESTONE DR. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 966-3080 

KREGE, JOHN HENRY 032 

220 ELIZABETH ST. #A17 R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-4131 

KREGE, JOHN WILSON ORS 041 

1505 WESTOVER TERR. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-0927 

KREMER, WM. ALFRED 074 

208 N. EASTERN ST. A S 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 830-1885 

KREMERS, MARK STUART CD 060 

1718 E. 4TH ST. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 343-9800 
FAX 704 347-2011 

KREMERS, SCOTT ALEX PUD /CD 060 

1718 E. 4TH ST. #801 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 375-9932 

KRESHON, MARTIN JOHN OPH 060 

1600 E. THIRD STREET A * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 358-4111 
FAX 704 358-4157 

KRINER, ARTHUR FREDERICK DR 041 

P. O. BOX 13005 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27415 919 379-4141 

KRISHINGNER, GENE LAVERE GS 045 

ROUTE #8, BOX 81 -A AC 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 693-1729 

KRISHNAN, C. SETHU U 079 

515 THOMPSON ST. STE. C A AC 

EDEN 27288 919 623-8451 

KROEGER, RICHARD JAMES GE /IM 054 

3506 LAKEVIEW TRAIL AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-0285 

KROHN, JOHN RAMON PS 065 

2305 CANTERWOOD DR. A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 343-0119 

KROLL, LARRY LEROY ORS 011 

53 S. FRENCH BROAD ST. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-7180 
KRONCKE, FREDERICK GEORGE, JR. OBG 064 

200 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL A AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-5941 
FAX 919 443-7059 

KROOVAND, ROY LAWRENCE U /PD 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4131 
FAX 919 748-4204 

KRUEGER, ALAN LEE P 011 

90 SOUTHSIDE AVE. STE. 200 A * AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-6680 

KRUG, JOSEPH HOFFMANN, JR. OPH 060 

2620 E. 7TH ST., STE. 300 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 377-4448 

KRUM, RONALD EUGENE FP 045 

P. O. BOX 5420 A AC 

FLETCHER 28732 704 687-1416 

KRUSE, RICHARD STEVEN DR /NM 063 

PO BOX 1795 A AC 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 295-1569 

KRYSTAL, ANDREW DARRELL 032 

BOX 3812, DUMC A R 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-8111 

KUBITSCHECK, KENNETH R. IM 011 

445 BILTMORE CTR., STE. 407 A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-0397 

KUESER, THOMAS JOSEPH PD /NPM 060 

PO BOX 32861 AC 
CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-3156 

KUK, DENNIS STANLEY OBG /GYN 098 

1704 S. TARBORO STREET A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-7001 
FAX 919 237-6114 



KULP. KENNETH ROBERT 
3100 DURALEIGH RD. 
RALEIGH 27612 

KUMAR, KAMLESH 

108 N. ENGLEWOOD DR. 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 
KUMAR, SATISH KUMAR 

108 N. ENGLEWOOD DR. 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 
KUNSTLING, TED RICHARD 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD. 

RALEIGH 27609 



D 092 Jfi 
AC 
919 881-5409 '■■ 



KURAD, JOSEPH WARD 

1202 N. CENTER STREET 

HICKORY 28601 
KUROWSKI, KARIN I. 

5208 CAROLWOOD DR. 

GREENSBORO 27407 
KURRLE, ROBERT WM. 

PO BOX 591 

IREDELL EYE CLI. 

STATESVILLE 28677 
KURTS, YURY 

PO BOX 700 

VALDESE GEN. HOSPITAL 

VALDESE 28690 
KURTZ, KEVIN JOHN 

1803 ABBEY CIRCLE 

ASHEVILLE 28805 
KURZMANN, RICHARD WALTER 

4420 LAKE BOONE TR.. STE. 301 

RALEIGH 27607 
KUSHNER, MICHAEL JAMES 

1704 S. TARBORO ST. 

WILSON 27893 

KUSHNICK, THEODORE 

DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
GREENVILLE 27858 



KUSUMI, YOSHITARO 

1004 DRESSER COURT, STE. 106 

RALEIGH 27609 
KUTCHER, MICHAEL A. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
KUTNER, WILLIAM A., JR. 

628 CARPENTER AVE. 

MOORESVILLE 28115 
KUTSCH, RICHARD MICHEL 

2502 N. HERITAGE ST., STE. C 

KINSTON 28501 
KUZMA, GARY ROBERT 

1103 N ELM ST.. STE. 200 

GREENSBORO 27401 
KWIATKOWSKI, PETER FRANK 

408-B PARKWAY DR. 

GREENSBORO 27401 
KYLSTRA, JAN ANDREW 

NC. MEMORIAL HOSP. 

DEPT. OF OPH 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
KYLSTRA, JOHANNES ARNOLD 

4415 MALVERN RD. 

DURHAM 27707 
LABINER, DAVID MARK 

508 FULTON ST. 

DUMC. VA HOSP. BLDG. 16 

DURHAM 27705 
LACKEY, ROBERT STEVENSON 

2113 PINEWOOD CIR. 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
LACROIX, CAROL ANN 

320 YADKIN STREET 

ALBEMARLE 28001 
LADWIG, HAROLD ALLEN 

1600 CANAL DRIVE 

WILSON 27893 
LADWIG, STEPHEN HAROLD 

2400 CURTIS ELLIS DR. 

NASH GENERAL HOSP 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 



FAX 919 881-5630 

PUD /IM 064 

AC 

919 443-1126 

PUD /IM 064 

AC 

919 443-1126 

PUD /IM 092 

AC 

919 872-4850 

FAX 919 878-9260 

U 018 

A AC 

704 322-4340 

034 

A S 

919 292-4663 

OPH 049 

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919 781- 


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FAX 919 237-6114 , 


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919 551-2525 : 


FAX 919 551-3292 j 


P/PYM 


092 


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919 876-5530 j 


CD/IM 


034 




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919 748-2960. j 


ORS 


049 




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704 664-106C J 


FP 


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919 523-580C 


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919 275-9804 


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919 237-5877 " 


DR/NM 


064 




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919 443-8083 



L_ _ 

PO BOX 597 

RUTHERFORD COLLEGE 28671 704 874 
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548 BRIDLEPATH TRAIL A 

GASTON I A 28054 704 865 

LAI, CHI-KWONG CD /IM 

i P. 0. BOX 1460 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873 

-AIRD, WILLIAM KENNETH PS 

i 421 N. WENDOVER RD. A 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 365 

-AKIN. KAREN LUM 

322 LINDSAY DR. #5-D 

GREENVILLE 27834 
.ALONDE. JOHN CHARLES 

104 E. NORTHWOOD ST. 
GREENSBORO 27401 

LAM, DOUGLAS EDWARD 

105 PERRY DRIVE 
SOUTHERN PINES 28387 

-AMANNA, ROGER WEED 

1700 TARBORO STREET 

WILSON 27893 
-AMBERT, JAMES ROYALL 

130 N. CENTER ST. 

MOUNT OLIVE 28365 
-AMBERTSEN, CHRISTIAN J. 

PO BOX 12833 

RESEARCH TRIANGEL PK 
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1112 DRESSER COURT 

RALEIGH 27609 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



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919 275 

919 692 
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919 291 
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919 658 
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A 
27709 919 549 
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919 872 



JR 



.AMBETH, WILLIAM RICK 

2609 N. DUKE STREET. STE. 204 

DURHAM 27704 
I.AMM, KENNETH RAND 

105 FIDELITY ST. A-4 

CARRBORO 27510 
-AMM, LEROY BARDEN 
[ P. O. BOX 427 

ROCKWELL 28138 
i -AMPLEY, CHARLES G. 
• 744 HOLLIS RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
-AMPLEY, CHARLES GORDON, III 
f 110 W. GROVER ST. 

SHELBY 28150 
-ANCASTER, MICHAEL STEWART 

1100 NAVAHO DR STE. 105 
i RALEIGH 27609 
-AND, MICHAEL ROY 

150 PROVIDENCE ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 



FAX 919 872 
OBG 

A 

919 471 



P 

A 

704 279- 

OBG 

A 
704 355- 

OBG 
A 

704 487- 
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919 872 
OBG 
A 

704 377 
FAX 704 343 
-ANDIS, EDWARD EVERETT, JR. PUD /IM 

1350 KINGS DRIVE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
.ANDIS. SUZANNE ELIZABETH 

491 BILTMORE AVE. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
-ANDON, HENRY CLAYTON.III 

PO DRAWER 1187 

N. WILKESBORO 28659 
-ANDVATER, LANCE ERIC 

3020 NEW BERN AVE., STE. 560 

RALEIGH 27610 
-ANE, JERALD PAUL 

1900 RANDOLPH RD.. STE. 918 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
-ANE, JOHN WESTON 

120 CONNER DR.. STE. 101 

PO BOX 3317 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
-ANE, KATHRYN LEE 

803 PARK RIDGE #A5 

DURHAM 27713 
-ANE, ROBERT EARL 
| 118 W. MARKET ST. 

HERTFORD 27944 
-ANE, TIMOTHY WALTER 

1200 N. ELM ST. 
: GREENSBORO 27401 919 379 

-ANE, WINSTON EARL, III P 

1705 W. SIXTH ST., BLDG. H A 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758 



704 372 
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704 258 
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91 9 838 
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919 231 
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A P 
704 333 
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919 942 
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919 684 
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919 426 
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■7722 
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AC 

•8571 

032 

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•3300 
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■5711 
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AC 

■4062 
074 
AC 

■4810 



LANEY, ROBERT GAFFNEY.III 


GS 023 


200 W. GROVER ST. 


A AC 


SHELBY 28150 


704 487-8591 


LANG, DELANO ROOSEVELT, JR. 


FP 008 


ROANOKE CHOWAN HOSPITAL 


AC 


AHOSKIE 27910 


919 332-3560 


LANG, JOHN ALBERT, III 


IM DIA 092 


615 ST. MARYS STREET 


AC 


RALEIGH 27605 


919 828-7773 


LANG, STEPHEN NORMAN 


ORS 032 


BOX 2919, DUMC 


A * AC 


DURHAM 27710 


919 684-3949 


LANGDELL, ROBERT DANA PTH /BLB 032 


UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE.228-H L/RT 


CHAPEL HILL 27599 


919 966-4333 


LANGLEY, CHARLES PITMAN, III 


IM 023 


808 SCHENCK STREET 


A AC 


SHELBY 28150 


919 482-1482 


LANGLEY, JOHN R. 


GS /VS 026 


3616 CAPE CENTER DR., STE. A 


A AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28304 




LANGLEY, JOHN THOMAS 


ORS 054 


KINSTON CLINIC. NORTH, STE. F 


A AC 


KINSTON 28501 


919 522-2020 


LANGLEY, RICKY LEE 


IM OM 074 


DEPT. OF PREVENTIVE MED. 


A AC 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-3227 


LANGNER, JULIETTE PARTHENAY 


074 


2410 E. THIRD ST., APT. A 


A S 


GREENVILLE 27858 




LANGSTON, BERNARD LEROY, III 


GP 010 


P. O. BOX 1934 


A P AC 


SHALLOTTE 28459 


919 754-8731 


LANIER, VERNE CLIFTON, JR. 


PS GS 032 


300 CRUTCHFIELD ST. 


A AC 


DURHAM 27704 


919 471-3406 


LANINGHAM, JAMES E. T. PTH /BLB 063 


P. O. BOX 3000 


A * AC 


MOORE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 




PINEHURST 28374 


919 295-7978 


FAX 919 295-7878 


LANNIN, DONALD ROWE 


GS 074 


DEPT. OF SURGERY 


A AC 


ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-5418 


FAX 919 551-5775 


LANNING, CHARLES FREDRIC 


AN 092 


14208 ALLISON DR. 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27615 


919 832-7988 


LANSING, ANN MEREDITH 


IM 011 


215 DOCTORS BLDG. 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 255-8835 


LAPP, CHARLES WARREN 


IM /PD 092 


3400 EXECUTIVE DRIVE 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 878-0900 


LAPRADE, BENNETT WATTERSON 


OBG 054 


123 DOGWOOD LANE 


RT 


KINSTON 28501 


919 527-7605 


LARABEE, LAWRENCE N. 


034 


1001 WELLINGTON RD. 


A S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27106 


919 773-1474 


LARCADE, LEE ALAN 


P 092 


1702 PINEVIEW ST. 


C 


RALEIGH 27608 


919 684-8955 


LARGE, HIRAM LEE, JR. 


PTH 060 


8919 PARK RD. DC-4 


A L/RT 


SOUTHMINSTER 




CHARLOTTE 28210 


704 551-7054 


LARKIN, ERNEST WADDILL, III 


PTH 074 


DEPT.OF CLI. PTH DIAG. MED. 


A AC 


ECU SCH. OF MED BRODY 1F-79 




GREENVILLE 27858 


919 551-5911 


LARKIN, ERNEST WADDILL, JR. 


OPH 007 


410 RIVERSIDE DR. 


b'RT 


WASHINGTON 27889 


919 946-2171 


LARKIN, GLENN MICHAEL 


FOP /LM 060 


4000-E PROVIDENCE RD. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 2821 1 


704 364-4718 


LARKIN, ROBERT W., JR. 


032 


201 HOWELL ST., APT. 5-C 


S 


CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 933-5096 


LARSEN, ERIC 


GS CDS 063 


P. O. BOX 2000 


A P AC 


PINEHURST 28374 


919 295-0262 



LARSEN, LARS CHRISTIAN 

1601 OWEN DRIVE 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
LARSON, JOHN DAVID, JR. 

204 GREEN DOLPHIN ST. 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 
LARSON, KIP LEROY 

7811 N. POINT BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
LARSON, RICHARD MARTIN 

905 JOHNS HOPKINS DR. 

GREENVILLE 27834 



LASATER, JOHN DAVID 

800 HOSPITAL DR.. STE. 4 
NEW BERN 28560 
LASHLEY, CURTIS R. 
JEFFERSON-PILOT LIFE INS.CO 
PO BOX 21008 
GREENSBORO 27420 



FP 

A 

919 323' 
EM /OBG 

919 247 
FP 

919 789' 
GS /CDS 

919 758 
FAX 919 758 
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919 633 
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A 



919 691 
FAX 919 691 



LASKOWITZ, DANIEL 

2A CARSON CIRCLE 

DURHAM 27705 919 383- 

LASSALETTA, MARGARITA M. 

203 SHILOH DR. #B A 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 355- 

LASSITER, KENNETH ROBERT LEE NS 

PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL TOWER A 

1718 E. FOURTH ST. #901 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372- 

LASSITER, RICHARD EDWARD OBG 

120 CONNER DR., STE. 101 

PO BOX 3317 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942- 

LASSITER, WILL HARDEE, JR. GP 

ROUTE #3, BOX 90 A 

FOUR OAKS 27524 919 934- 

LASSITER, WILLIAM EDMUND NEP /IM 

UNC, DEPT. OF MED. 

CB #7005 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966- 

LASTER, ANDREW JAY RHU /IM 

125 BALDWIN AVE. A 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 338- 

LATHAM-SADLER, BRENDA FP 

8519 BROOK MEADOW LN. A 

LEWISVILLE 27023 919 945- 

LATOURETTE, KENNETH ABRAM PTH 

P.O. BOX 177 A 

FLAT ROCK 28731 704 692- 

LATZ, JOHN E., JR. 

1322 MADISON AVE. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 723- 

LATZ, TRACY J. T. 

2273 WOODSONG LN. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 924- 

LAUER, THOMAS EUGENE P /ALD 

624 QUAKER LN., STE. A-1 11 A P * 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 889- 

LAUPUS, WILLIAM EDWARD PD /PNP 

PREVENTIVE MED/PUBLIC HEALTH A 

ECU SCH. OF MED. DEAN EMERITUS 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551- 

FAX 919 551- 



LAURENS, JOHN 

445 BILTMORE CENTER. STE. 303 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
LAVENDER, DICK REDMOND 

201 E. WENDOVER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO 27401 
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16 MELSTONE TURN 

DURHAM 27707 
LAWING, DANIEL PHILMON 

212 E. WATER STREET 

LINCOLNTON 28092 
LAWLESS, MICHAEL RHODES 

DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
LAWRENCE, BENJAMIN JONES, JR. 

813 ROCKFORD ST. 

PO BOX 72 

MOUNT AIRY 27030 



CRS 

A 

704 258 
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A 

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919 727 
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8783 

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4439 
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5305 
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2201 

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8181 
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6318 

074 

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5888 
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8108 
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919 786-7871 



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NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



LAWRENCE, DALE N. 


IM /ID 000 


6003 EXECUTIVE BLVD. RM 235-P A AC 


DIV. OF AIDS-NIAID-NIH 




ROCKVILLE, MD 20892 


301 496-8200 


LAWRENCE, HAL CLIFFORD, III 


OBG 011 


60 LIVINGSTON ST. 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 254-5126 


LAWRENCE, JOHN CHARLES 


GS 078 


P. O. BOX 1068 


L/RT 


LUMBERTON 28358 


919 738-8571 


LAWRENCE, JOHN ELMORE, JR 


CD/IM 011 


P.O. BOX 7239 


A AC 


ASHEVILLE 28802 


704 254-8054 


LAWRENCE, PATRICIA ANN 


GYN 060 


1001 BLYTHE BLVD. STE. 402 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28203 


704 355-5214 


LAWRENCE, ROBERT L. 


OTO /HNS 041 


321 W.WENDOVER AVENUE 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27408 


919 379-9445 


LAWRENCE, ROBERT S. 


FP 081 


313 PINE STREET 


AC 


RUTHERFORDTON 28139 


704 286-2302 


LAWSON, JAMES DOUGLAS 


VS /GS 041 


1317 N. ELM ST., STE. 1 


A AC 


GREENSBORO 27401 


919 373-8245 


LAYTON, DENNIS SHELDON 


IM 060 


RANDOLPH RD. IM ASSOC. 


AC 


1900 RANDOLPH RD. #812 




CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 568-6500 


LE, TIN TRONG 


GP 096 


116 POINT SHORE DR. 


AC 


GOLDSBORO 27534 


919 778-0851 


LEACH, WILLIAM B. 


PTH 065 


306 WIDGEON DR. 


A L'RT 


HAMPSTEAD 28443 


919 270-4772 


LEAK, FRANK WALTER 


FP 082 


CLINTON MEDICAL CLINIC 


* AC 


CLINTON 28328 


919 592-6011 


LEAK, JESSIE ARONOW 


AN 026 


PO BOX 53844 


AC 


FAYETTEVILLE 28305 


919 323-5491 


LEATHERMAN, HUGH K., JR. 


U 092 


3901 COMPUTER DR. 


AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 781-5104 


LEB, STEPHEN MARC 


GS 092 


3801 COMPUTER DR. #207 


AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 787-8393 


LEBAUER, EDMUND JOSEPH 


CD /IM 041 


520 N. ELAM AVE. 


AC 


GREENSBORO 27403 


919 547-1750 




FAX 919 547-1717 


LEBAUER, EUGENE SHANER 


IM /A 041 


PO BOX 10828 


AC 


520 N. ELAM AVE. 




GREENSBORO 27404 


919 547-1700 


LEBAUER, MAURICE LEON 


GS 041 


2023 ST. ANDREWS RD. 


A L/RT 


GREENSBORO 27408 


919 273-3258 


LEBAUER, SAMUEL MORGENSTERN GE/1M 041 


PO BOX 10828 


AC 



520 N. ELAM AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27404 919 547-1700 

LEBENSON, BERNARD STEPHEN U 092 

101 SWCARY PARKWAY.STE. 200 P C 

CARY 27511 919 467-3203 

LECROY, CHARLES M., JR. ORS 032 

4600 UNIVERSITY DR., APT. 602 R 

DURHAM 27707 
LEDBETTER. JOHN WINSLOW 

7 MCDOWELL STREET 



ASHEVILLE 28801 
LEDER, RICHARD ADAM 

6 STRIDING RIDGE CT. 

DURHAM 27713 
LEE, ALLEN HENRY 

P. O. BOX 8 

SELMA 27576 
LEE, CHOO HYUNG 

BROUGHTON HOSPITAL 

MORGANTON 28655 
LEE, DAE HEE 

2142 N. CHURCH STREET 

BURLINGTON 27215 
LEE, DAVID WAYNE 

101 CLINIC DR. 

TARBORO 27886 



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N 011 

A P AC 

704 255-7776 

DR 032 

A * AC 

919 681-2711 

GP 051 

A P L 

919 965-3251 

IM/HEM 012 

A AC 

704 433-2501 

FP 001 

AC 

919 227-7456 

OBG 033 

AC 

919 823-6221 



LEE, ESTHER JOO 

705-B W. MAIN ST. 

CARRBORO 27510 
LEE, FRANCIS BROWN 

501 S. CHURCH ST. 

PO BOX 457 

MONROE 28110 
LEE, HENRY NEILL, JR. 

395 WEST 27TH STREET 

LUMBERTON 28358 
LEE, IL SUNG 

P. O. BOX 370 

ENKA 28728 
LEE, J. GARY 

321 W. WENDOVER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO 27408 
LEE, JAMES MOBLEY 

1317 N. ELM ST., STE. 1 

GREENSBORO 27401 
LEE, JESSE THOMAS, III 

1705 W. 6TH ST.. BLDG. E 

GREENVILLE 27834 
LEE, JOSEPH DAVID 

P. O. BOX 954 

LINCOLNTON 28092 
LEE, JOSEPH, III 

711 W. MOUNTAIN STREET 

POBOX 1668 

KINGS MOUNTAIN 28086 
LEE, K. STUART 

2325 STANTONSBURG RD. 

GREENVILLE 27834 

LEE, KYU YONG 

MCCAIN HOSPITAL 

MCCAIN 28361 
LEE, KYUNG KUN 

P. O. BOX 2203 

MORGANTON 28655 
LEE, PETER HOGYUN 

1521 E. FRANKLIN ST., B-210 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
LEE, ROBERT HAMMILL 

PO BOX 1239 

CONOVER 28613 
LEE, SAE SOON 

350 E. PARKER RD. 

MORGANTON 28655 
LEE, SOONG HYUN 

106 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
LEE, TERRENCE JOHN 

445 BILTMORE CTR., STE. 500 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
LEE, WILLIAM DAVID 

3100 BLUE RIDGE RD., STE. 202 

RALEIGH 27612 
LEE, YEN CHICH 

PO BOX 33549 

CHARLOTTE 28233 
LEEPER, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR. 

2525 PINEWOOD RD. 

GASTON I A 28054 
LEET, DOUGLAS CHARLES 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD.. STE. 100 

RALEIGH 27609 
LEFEVER, NANCY QUINN 

1601-BOWEN DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
LEFKOWITZ, DAVID S. 

2544 HUNTINGTON WOODS DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
LEFKOWITZ, DAVID, III 

2711 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 400 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
LEFKOWITZ, JERRY B. 

207-10 MELVILLE LOOP 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
LEFLER, CHARLES 

BLDG. #2, MEDICAL PARK DR. 

BREVARD 28782 
LEFLER, RUFUS STAMEY, III 

214 E. NORTH STREET 

ALBEMARLE 28001 
LEFLER, WADE HAMPTON, JR. 

P. O BOX 2588 

HICKORY 28601 



032 

A S 

919 967-7722 

GS 090 

A L'RT 

704 283-4363 

IM 078 

A AC 

919 739-7551 

IM 011 

AC 

704 667-5298 

OTO /HNS 041 

A AC 

919 379-9445 

TS 041 

A AC 

919 373-8245 

IM /ON 074 

AC 

919 752-4610 

R 055 

AC 

704 735-6654 

FP 023 

AC 

704 739-5456 

NS 074 

A AC 

919 752-5156 

FAX 919 752-0419 

GP 063 

AC 

919 944-2351 

GS 012 

AC 

704 433-2463 

032 

A S 

919 933-1113 

FP 018 

A AC 

704 464-3821 

GS /PDS 012 

A AC 

704 437-7395 

P 064 

* AC 

919 443-8002 

ID IM 011 

AC 

704 258-9635 

FP 092 

AC 

919 782-0146 

AN 060 

P AC 

704 371-4049 

IM 036 

A LRT 

704 865-5153 

U 092 

AC 

919 790-0036 

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R 

919 323-1152 

N 034 

A AC 

919 748-2333 

PDA /PD 060 

AC 

704 372-7900 

HEM /PTH 032 

A R 

919 966-3311 

IM 088 

AC 

704 884-4134 

IM /CD 084 

A AC 

704 982-1136 

OPH 018 

AC 

704 322-2050 



LEGRAND, GORDON BUCK PTH 

3000 NEW BERN AVENUE A 

RALEIGH 27610 919 755- 

LEGRAND, SUSAN B. ON /IM 

1050 X-RAY DR. STE. B 

GASTONIA 28054 704 861- 

LEHAN, LEIGH STEELE PD 

2800 BLUE RIDGE RD., STE. 501 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781- 

LEIDY, LUANN P /CHP 

4322 BEECHNUT LANE A 

DURHAM 27707 919 490- 

LEIGHT, GEORGE STAPLES, JR. GS 

2 SURREY LANE A 

DURHAM 27707 919 684- 

LEINBACH, LAURENCE B. DR 

BOWMAN GRAY SCH. OF MED. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748- 

LELIEVER, WM. CHARLES OTO /OT 

1911 K. M. WICKER DR. 

SANFORD 27330 919 774- 

LEMASTER, PIERRE CLIFFORD PD 

1291 OLIVER STREET 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 483 

LENAHAN, C. RODNEY U 

PO BOX 2000 A 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295 

LENAHAN, DEBORAH SMITHERMAN OPH 

2 HOSPITAL DR. A P 

LEXINGTON 27292 704 243 

LENDERMAN, MARK DAY 

2427 CHEROKEE LN. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 777 

LENDLE, DONALD LAWRENCE FP 

147 COLUMBINE DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 722 

LENNON, DAVID STANCIL AN 

2221 HOGAN CT. A P 

CHARLOTTE 28270 704 371 

LENNON, HERSHEL C. PTH 

3504 FLINT ST. #C217 

GREENSBORO 27405 919 545 

LENTZ, ROBERT PRESTON PD 

510 N. ELAM AVE., STE. 202 

GREENSBORO 27403 
LENTZ, SAMUEL SMITH 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



919 299 
OBG /GO 

A P 
919 748 
FAX 91 9 748 
FP 
A 



LEONARD, BAXTER COLUMBUS J 

24 SECOND AVE., NE 

MEDICAL ARTS CLI. 

HICKORY 28601 704 328 

LEONARD, DONALD DEAN PTH /DMP 

1200 N. ELM STREET A 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379 

LEONARD, JOHN RICHARD, III NS 

125 MOYE BOULEVARD A 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752 

LEONARD, RALPH BEAUMONT EM 

300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748 

LEONARD, WALTER EVAN FP 

130 27TH STREET. S.W. 

HICKORY 28602 704 322 

LEONE, CHERYL LEVINE PTH /NM 

1740 MONTCLAIR AVENUE 

GASTONIA 28054 



LEONE, MICHAEL RALPH 

1317 N. ELM ST. STE. #5 
PO BOX 10037 
GREENSBORO 27401 
LEONE, PHILIP GEORGE 
1740 MONTCLAIR AVENUE 
GASTONIA 28054 

LEONHARDT, GARY GENE 

114 HEMLOCK DR. 

GREENVILLE 27858 
LEPORE, RALPH 

4801 FOREST OAKS DR. 

GREENSBORO 27406 
LESESNE, HENRY ROBY 

N C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 



704 866 
FAX 704 866 
GS 
A 

919 274 
PTH /DMP 

A 

704 866 
FAX 704 866 



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919 551 
GP 

919 674 
GE/IM 

919 966 



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092 

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826C 

036 

AC 

1405 
092 
AC 

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6829 
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■0250 
029 
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■2436 

034 

R 

•0028 
034 
AC 

■9535 
060 
AC 

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041 

L/RT 

-0124 
041 
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3183 

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6673 

-4837 
018 
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2231 
041 
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4074 
074 
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2511 






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DR 



081 

A AC 

704 286-5233 

D 034 

A AC 



.ESHER, DONALD TICE 

909 N WASHINGTON STREET 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 
ESHIN, BARRY 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 
DEPT. OF DERMATOLOGY 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2768 

FAX 919 748-4204 

.ESLIE, JOHN BRUCE AN 032 

BOX 3094, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 681-5991 

FAX 919 681-2735 

.ESSER, GLENN JAY 034 

! 300 S. HAWTHORNE RD- A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2011 

.ESTER, ROBERT HILTON OBG 036 

1225 E. GARRISON BLVD. A AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 867-6386 

-EVI, GEORGE ALBERT OPH 026 

2311 ROLLINGHILL RD. A L/RT 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-6144 

.EVINE, MAX PHILLIP GS/CDS 086 
180 N. PARKWOOD MEDICAL CENTER A P AC 

ELKIN 28621 919 835-7600 

LEVINE, RONALD H. PH /PD 092 

2404 WHITE OAK ROAD A * AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-0838 

LEVINER, JOHN L., JR. CD 026 

1756 METROMEDICAL DR. A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-1322 

LEVINSON, SIDNEY ENGEL GE /IM 032 

891 W. WILLOW DRIVE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-5123 

LEVITIN, PETER MARK IM /RHU 041 

301 E. WENDOVER., STE. 200 A AC 
GREENSBORO 27401 919 274-3241 

LEVITT, STEPHEN ROBERT P 032 

500 EASTOWNE DR., STE. 202 AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-8761 

LEVY, ALAN MERRILL GS /VS 036 

1089 X-RAY DR. AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 864-8377 

FAX 704 867-3179 

LEVY, JILL RANDI 032 

4101 FIVE OAKS DR. #36 A S 

DURHAM 27707 919 490-0262 

LEVY, STANLEY BENJAMIN D 032 

891 WILLOW DRIVE A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-3106 

LEWIS, ANDREW JACKSON, JR. OBG 060 

2801 RANDOLPH RD. AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 377-5675 

LEWIS, ARCH RITCHIE OM /IM 041 

3100 ROUND HILL RD. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 668-3782 

LEWIS, CHARLES PELL, JR. OPH /OTO 079 

813 S. MAIN ST. L/RT 

REIDSVILLE 27320 919 342-0588 

LEWIS, DANIEL MICHAEL D 060 

4311 WOODGLEN LANE A RT 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 364-6110 

LEWIS, DOCKERY DURHAM, JR. PD 049 

PO BOX 1821 AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 878-2011 

LEWIS, HENRY, III OBG 008 

403 S. CURTIS ST. A AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-2260 

LEWIS, MICHAEL R. FP 018 

PO BOX 629 P AC 

HUDSON 28638 704 728-4875 

LEWIS, N. MAXVILLE, JR. FP 014 

912 CONNELLY SPRINGS RD. AC 

LENOIR 28645 704 728-8224 

LEWIS, NEWMAN MAXVILLE IM 049 

PO BOX 1821 AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 878-201 1 

LEWKOW, LAWRENCE M. HEM 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AC 
DEPT. OF HEM.BRODY HALL.3E127 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2560 

LHOTSKY-BRODIE, DCRA GE /IM 041 

PO BOX 10828 AC 
520 N ELAM AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27404 919 547-1700 

LIANG, MARK JOSEPH TR 060 

421-D S. SHARON-AMITY RD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 362-1315 



FP 



060 

A R 

704 358-1360 

IM 074 

AC 



LICAUSE, GINA GARRETT 

1793 JAMESTON DR. 
CHARLOTTE 28209 

LICHSTEIN, PETER RIBACK 
DEPT OF MEDICINE 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4633 

LIDE, THOMAS NORWOOD PTH 034 

10 SOVEREIGN DRIVE A L/RT 
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC 29928 803 681-6815 

LIEBELT, RALPH ARTHUR ORS 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 301 A P AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 471-8431 

LIEBERMAN, SCOTT ALAN 034 

2400 WESTOVER DR. * S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 750-0950 

LIEBERT, KAREN FUREY OBG 008 

400 S. CURTIS ST A AC 

AHOSKIE 27910 919 332-6161 

LIES, STEPHEN CRAIG OBG 096 

102 HANDLEY PARK CT. A AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 734-3344 

FAX 919 735-3025 

LIESEGANG, GLEN R. FP 095 

PO BOX 8 AC 

BLOWING ROCK 28605 704 295-3116 

LIEU, CHONG HIEUN PD /GP 049 

146 E. MCLELLAND AVE. AC 

MOORESVILLE 28115 704 663-1155 

LIGHT, ANDREW IRA GS 036 

1089 X-RAY DR. AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 864-8377 

LIGON, HAROLD BELTON FP 011 

MEDICAL CENTER BUILDING AC 
86 VICTORIA ROAD 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-1585 

LILES, RICHARD VERNON, JR. FP 084 

320 YADKIN STREET P * AC 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 982-9144 

LILLARD, PATRICK L. PM 034 

3333 SILAS CREEK PKWY. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760-5763 

LILLEY, LORI BROWN 032 

910 WOODMONT BLVD. #S-22 S 
NASHVILLE, TN 37204 

LILLY. MARY KLINGENSMITH 032 

BOX 2789, DUMC S 

DURHAM 27710 919 383-0231 

LIMBER, GERALD KECK PTH 076 

2408 BERKLEY PL. A AC 

ASHEBORO 27203 919 625-5151 

LIN, ALVIN BAY 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. #255 S 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

LINA, JOHN RAYMOND DR /R 063 

203 RIDGEVIEW ROAD A AC 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 295-7040 

LINCOLN, CLINTON ROBERT ORS 032 

1828 HILLANDALE ROAD A AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 286-1249 

FAX 919 286-7575 

LINCOLN, DAVID OGDEN ORS 011 

69 MCDOWELL ST. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-7526 

LIND, RICHARD NORMAN IM /ON 011 

80 VICTORIA ROAD AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-0994 

UNDER, DONALD EARLE AN 041 

PO BOX 9091 AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 288-6565 

LINDERMAN, JAMES ALAN PD 060 

167-L S. TRADE ST. AC 
PO BOX 2564 

MATTHEWS 28106 704 847-0572 

LINDLEY, JOSEPH J. GS 001 

7763 LINDLEY MILL RD L/RT 

GRAHAM 27253 919 227-3621 

LINDOW, LARRY GENE IM /GP 060 

6301 MORRISON BLVD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 362-6200 

LINDQUIST, RICHARD KURT OBG 012 

2203 S. STERLING ST., STE. 132 AC 

MORGANTON 28655 704 437-6122 

FAX 704 438-8361 

LINDSLEY, ERIC FP 026 

1601-B OWEN DR. A R 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-1152 



IM 



063 

A P AC 

919 692-4011 

IM 032 

A AC 

919 477-6900 

ID /IM 034 

AC 

919 765-8420 

R 034 

A AC 



LINEBERGER, THOMAS H. 

1902-C N. SANDHILLS BLVD. 

ABERDEEN 28315 
LINFORS, EUGENE WILLIAM 

PO BOX 16999 

4205 BEN FRANKLIN BLVD. 

DURHAM 27704 
LINK, ARTHUR STANLEY, JR. 

3310 BROOKVIEW HILLS, #204 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
LINK, KERRY MICHAEL 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-6890 

FAX 919 748-2870 

LINK, MELVIN ROBERT OTO 060 

3323 STANWYCK COURT A L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 704 364-21 1 1 

LINN, BERNARD SIMPSON GP /GS 006 

RT. #1, BOX 172 A RT 

BANNER ELK 28604 704 898-6201 

LINS, MARK DAVID 034 

924 SHOBER ST. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 919 725-8423 

LINTON, EUGENE BELL OBG 034 

112 BENT ST., BOX 742 AC 

BERMUDA RUN 27006 919 765-9350 

LINZ, WALTER JOSEPH 034 

2318 ROSEWOOD AVE. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 773-1566 

LIPFORD, EDWARD HOLDMAN, III PTH 060 

CAROLINAS MED. CTR., C 

P.O. BOX 32861 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-3467 

LIPHAM, HARRY GLENN PUD 044 

102 HOSITAL DR. AC 

CLYDE 28721 704 452-0331 

LIPTON, BARBARA STEINER P 032 

919-1 09TH AVE., NE, APT. 1204 A L/RT 

BELLEVUE, WA 98004 206 646-3882 

LIPTZIN, MYRON BENNETT P 032 

UNC STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE AC 

BOX 7470 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3658 

LITTLE, ALFRED BOYD CD /IM 041 

1016 N. ELM ST. AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 272-6153 

LITTLE, DONALD FORREST OBG 060 

1718 E. 4TH ST., #601 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-8750 

LITTLE, DOUGLAS JONATHAN IM /CD 053 

136-A CARBONTON ROAD AC 

SANFORD 27330 919 776-0719 

LITTLE, EDGAR WATSON PD 041 

1307 W. WENDOVER AVE. AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-8621 

LITTLE, EDWIN PAUL FP 054 

P.O. BOX 415 AC 

PINK HILL 28572 919 568-4111 

LITTLE, HENRY REECE, JR. FP 025 

800 HOSPITAL DRIVE A L/RT 

NEW BERN 28560 919 637-6118 

LITTLE, JOHN MONROE, JR. FP /GER 060 

PO BOX 32861 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-5219 

LITTLE, KEVIN L. FP 041 

603 DOLLY MADISON RD. AC 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 294-6190 

LITTLE, LONNIE MARCUS GP 049 

828 WOODLAND RD. A L/RT 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-7442 

LITTLE, ROBERT WINFIELD PD 001 

2505 S. MEBANE ST. AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 222-0291 

LITTLE, SUZANNE BROWN IM /CD 025 

800 HOSPITAL DRIVE AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 637-6118 

LITTLE, WILLIAM C. CD 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

DIV. OF CARDIOLOGY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4342 
LITTLE JOHN, JAMES TALMADGE IM /CD 011 

6 FAIRWAY PL. L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28803 

LITTLEJOHN, MARK HAYS R /NM 006 

CANNON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A AC 

BANNER ELK 28604 704 898-5823 



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NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



LITTLEJOHN, THOMAS WILLARD 


OBG /OBS 




034 


3098 TRENWEST DR. #A 


AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 768-0684 


LITTLEJOHN, THOMAS WILLARD.III 


FP 034 


2805 LYNDHURST AVENUE 


AC 


WINSTON-SALEM 27103 


919 768-8890 


FAX 919 659-1609 


LITTLETON, ROBERT ELTON 


OBG 092 


3622 HAWORTH DR. 


AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 782-1273 


LITZENBERGER, W. A. DREW NPM /PD 011 


304-M DOCTORS BLDG. 


AC 


ASHEVILLE 28801 


704 253-1998 


LIU, AMY WEN 


034 


434 S. FACTORY ROW 


S 


WINSTON-SALEM 27101 


805 964-6044 


LIVERMAN, HENRY JOSEPH 


FP 007 


P. O. BOX 218, LAZY LANE 


AC 


ENGELHARD 27824 


919 925-3271 


LIVERMAN, JOSEPH THOMAS 


FP 064 


111 W. CHURCH STREET 


A AC 


NASHVILLE 27856 


919 459-4012 


LIVERMAN, JOSEPH THOMAS, JR. 


FP 051 


706 WILKINS STREET 


AC 


SMITHFIELD 27577 


919 934-5149 


LIVINGSTON, ELIZABETH G. OBG OBS 032 


7323 MATTHEWS RD. 


R 


DURHAM 27712 


919 471-3921 


LIVINGSTON, MICHAEL BALFOUR 


IM 060 


125 BALDWIN AVE. 


A AC 


CHARLOTTE 28204 


704 338-6300 


LIVINGSTON, NANCY T. 


P /PYA 032 


500 EASTOWNE DR. 


AC 


CHAPEL HILL 27514 


919 493-3597 


LJUNG, MARTHA LEE 


074 


1121 TREYBROOKE CIR. 


S 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 830-3801 


LLEWELLYN, CHARLES E., JR. 


P 032 


3308 CHAPEL HILL BLVD. #110 


A P AC 


DURHAM 27707 


919 493-7298 


LLOYD, CLARENCE 


DR 041 


4503 BROOKHAVEN DR. 


AC 


GREENSBORO 27406 


919 275-9741 


LOBACH, MARY LEE HOWELL 


OBG 032 


4415 VALLEY FORGE RD. 


AC 


DURHAM 27705 


919 471-2571 


LOCKE, CHARLES JOHN 


GS 010 


PO BOX 6069 


A P C 


SHALLOTTE 28459 


919 754-9465 


FAX 919 754-4664 


LOCKERT, CHARLES RAY 


ORS 080 


102 MOCKSVILLE AVENUE 


A AC 


SALISBURY 28144 


704 638-0616 


LOCKHART, DAVID ARMISTEAD 


PD 013 


40 ARDSLEY AVENUE, N.E. 


AC 


CONCORD 28025 


704 786-1144 


LOCKLEAR, JIMMY 


CD /IM 092 


3320 OLD WAKE FOREST RD. 


AC 


PO BOX 18700 




RALEIGH 27609 


919 872-4850 


LOCKWOOD, MARILYN ANN 


PD /GP 041 


C/O KRON MEDICAL CORP 


A AC 


725 AIRPORT ROAD 




CHAPEL HILL 27514 


800 633-4225 


LODA, FRANK A. 


PD /ID 032 


CTR. FOR EARLY ADOLESCENCE 


AC 


CARR MILL MALL, STE. 211 




CARRBORO 27510 


919 966-2504 


LOEHR, STEPHEN PETER 


034 


2 MORIAH HILL RD. 


S 


DURHAM 27707 


919 489-6474 


LOEHR, WALTER JOSEPH 


GS 032 


2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 402 


A AC 


DURHAM 27704 


919 471-8439 


FAX 919 477-5184 


LOFTUS, JAMES MORGAN, JR. 


ORS 013 


PO BOX 1606 


A AC 


CONCORD 28026 


704 788-3155 


FAX 704 788-3487 


LOGAN, WILLIAM C, JR. 


032 


600 AUDUBON LAKE DR. 


A * S 


BLDG. #1, B-31 




DURHAM 27713 


919 544-7428 


LOGAN, WILLIAM SUMNER 


D 060 


1350 S. KINGS DRIVE 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 28207 


704 372-8750 



LOGEL, ROBERT JOHN 

3308 MELROSE ROAD 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 
LOGGIE, BRIAN WM. 

300 S HAWTHORNE RD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
LOGUE, STEPHEN STUART 

1766 METROMEDICAL DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
LOHAVICHAN, CHOOMSANG 

PO BOX 42736 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
LOHAVICHAN. VIRAT 

1314 MEDICAL DR., #101 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
LOHR, DERMOT 

20 VANCE CIRCLE 

LEXINGTON 27292 
LOHR, KATHRYN MARY 

3108 STANFORD DR. 

DURHAM 27707 
LOHR, LLOYD DERMOT 

7 MEDICAL PARK DRIVE 

LEXINGTON 27292 
LOMAX, CHARLES WESTON 

510 N. ELAM AVE., STE. 301 

GREENSBORO 27403 
LOMAX, DONALD HENRY 

1710 W. INNES ST. 

KETNER CENTER 

SALISBURY 28144 
LOMBARD, R. ELIZABETH 

P. O. BOX 457 

ROCKWELL 28138 
LOMBARDI, VINCENT A. 

1900 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 900 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
LONDON, DEBORAH LOUISE 

RT. #2. BOX 561 -D 

AYDEN 28513 
LONDON, HOWARD B. 

1511 WESTOVER TERR. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
LONDON, WILLIAM LORD 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE 801 

DURHAM 27704 
LONG, CAROL ANN 

131 MCDOWELL ST 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
LONG, CATHY ROMINE 

70 JONES CREEK RD. 

FRANKLIN 28734 
LONG, CLIFFORD JAMES 

P. O. BOX 2000 

PINEHURST 28374 
LONG, EUGENE MONROE. II 

KERNODLE CLINIC 

BURLINGTON 27217 
LONG, FRANK EDWARD 

1054 BURRAGE ROAD, N. E. 

CONCORD 28025 
LONG, FRED JOSEPH, JR. 

PO BOX 14445 

RALEIGH 27620 
LONG, JIM T., JR. 

70 JONES CREEK RD. 

FRANKLIN 28734 
LONG, JOHN CLAYTON 

1401 -C OLD MILL CIRCLE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
LONG, PAUL DEMARS 

1505 WESTOVER TERR. 

GREENSBORO 27408 
LONG, RONALD MORGAN 

1717 W. NEW HOPE RD. 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
LONG, STEPHEN N. 

PO BOX 1058 

ROXBORO 27573 
LONG, THOMAS DRUMWRIGHT 

POBOX 1058 

ROXBORO 27573 
LONG, THOMAS THERON, III 

920 N. CHURCH STREET 

CONCORD 28025 



ORS 


026 


A 


AC 


919 484-3114 


GS/ON 


034 


A 


AC 


919 748-6272 


IM 


026 




AC 


919 483-8080 


NEP /IM 


026 


A 


AC 


91 » 323-1315 


CD/IM 


026 




AC 


919 323-1315 


PH 


029 


A 


L/RT 


704 246-2626 


OBG 


032 




R 


919 490-4477 


OBG 


029 


A 


AC 


704 243-2431 


OBG 


041 




AC 


919 299-8020 


FP 


080 


A 


AC 


704 636-5626 


FP 


080 


A 


AC 


704 279-7227 


P 


060 


A 


AC 


704 333-7722 




074 


A 


S 


919 752-0109 


OPH 


041 




AC 


919 378-16 


PD /PHO 


032 


A 


AC 


919 477-3434 


PD 


011 




AC 


704 254-4337 


AN 


056 




AC 


704 524-9026 


OBG 


063 


A P 


AC 


919 295-0286 


OBG OBS 


001 


A 


AC 


919 226-2423 


OBG 


013 


A 


AC 


704 788-4151 


GS 


092 


A 


AC 


919 821 


-5771 


AN 


056 




AC 


704 524-9026 


D 


034 


A 


AC 


919 765-8121 


ORS 


041 


A 


AC 


919 275-0927 


AN 


096 


A 


AC 


IM 


073 


A 


AC 


919 599-3212 


IM 


073 


A 


AC 


919 599-3212 


GE/IM 


013 


A P 


AC 


704 788-4186 



LONG, WALTER NATHANIEL, JR. FP 002 

505 THIRD AVENUE. SW AC 

TAYLORSVILLE 28681 704 632-9736 

LONG, WILLIAM EVERETT FP 018 

P.O. BOX 1239 A AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 464-3821 

LONG, WILLIAM JOSEPH FP /GER 060 

402 E. SUGAR CREEK RD. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28213 704 596-0822 

LONGINO, FRANK HENRY GS /TS 074 

1914 FOREST HILL DR. A L/RT 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-1747 

LONON, ROBERT WARREN, JR. AN 041 

5501 WESTFIELD DR. AC 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 373-8555 

LOOMER, LANCE IM /ON 096 

203 COX BLVD. AC 

GOLDSBORO 27534 919 734-9455 

LOOMIS, RALPH CHARLES NS 011 

7 MCDOWELL STREET A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-7776 

LOPES, C. DEJESUS GS /GP 009 

P. O. BOX 1358 A AC 

ELIZABETHTOWN 28337 919 862-3112 

LOPEZ, JUAN ALBERT 034 

2270 SUNDERLAND RD. #11 A R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2011 

LORE, RALPH ELI GS 014 

306 PENNTON AVENUE, S.W. A L/RT 

LENOIR 28645 704 754-7356 

LOUGHLIN, HOWARD HOPKINS PD 026 

1213 WALTER REED ROAD AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-6121 

LOUK, DOUGLAS K. OBG 083 

507 W. COVINGTON ST. A AC 

PO BOX 1808 

LAURINBURG 28352 
LOVE, DAVID EUGENE 

513 N. JUSTICE ST. 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
LOVE, HARRY MORROW PIERCE 

785 PALMER ROAD 

MILL SPRING 28756 
LOVE, JAMES MCLEAN 

2007 LAFAYETTE DRIVE 

GREENSBORO 27408 
LOVEJOY, STEVEN ARNET 

120 PROVIDENCE RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
LOVETT, JOHN WILSON 

1905 GLEN MEADE RD 

WILMINGTON 28403 
LOVETTE, KENNETH MAURICE 

TARBORO CLINIC 

TARBORO 27886 
LOVIN, VICKIE WEST 

RT. #2, BOX 195 

CONOVER 28613 
LOWDER, STEPHEN CARLTON 

3310 BROOKVIEW HILLS BLVD. 

SUITE 202 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
LOWE, BARBARA ANN 

705 TILGHMAN DR. 

DUNN 28334 
LOWE, JAMES EDWARD 

BOX 3954, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
LOWE, STEPHEN BECHTLER 

SALEM ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOC. PA A 

PO BOX 25007 

WINSTON-SALEM 27114 
LOWERY, RUSSELL C, III 

ONSLOW SURGICAL CLINIC 

200 DOCTORS DR. STE. L 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 
LOWNES, HOLLY EICHELBERGER 

119 FLORENCE ST 

MAXTON 28364 
LOWNES, MILTON MARKLEY, JR. 

PO BOX 188 

DUDLEY 28333 
LOWNES, ROBERT LEFONIA, SR. 

202 DUART RD. 

LUMBERTON 28358 



919 276-4432 

OBG 045 

A AC 

704 687-0122 

ORS 075 

A P C 

404 255-1933 

N /IM 041 

A AC 

919 275-0779 

ORS 060 

A AC 

704 372-0743 

U 065 

A * AC 

919 763-6251 

OBG 033 

AC 

919 343-0161 

OBG 018 

AC 

704 322-4920 

END /IM 034 

AC 

919 765-0020 

IM 043 

A AC 

919 000-0000 

CDS /TS 032 

A AC 

919 684-3235 

ORS HS 034 

AC 



919 768-1270 
GS /VS 067 

AC 

919 577-1228 

FP 078 

AC 

919 844-5253 

GP 096 

L/RT 

919 658-2505 

IM 078 

AC 

919 671-5032 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



85 



LOWRY, BRIAN PATRICK 


074 


3206 BRASSWOOD CT. APT. 


#3 A S 


GREENVILLE 27834 


919 355-1772 


LOWRY, OTIS MEGEL 


FP 064 


SPRING HOPE CLINIC 


AC 


PO BOX 1090 




SPRING HOPE 27882 


919 478-5344 


LOWRY, R. FRANK 


OPH 092 


4024 BARRETT DR., STE. 104 


A AC 


RALEIGH 27609 


919 787-3241 


LOWRY, R. TEMPEST 


EM 064 


4500 FOX CT. 


A M 


FAYETTEVILLE 28314 


919 867-0064 




FAX 919 867-0064 


LUCAS, JACK A. 


OBG 060 


449 N. WENDOVER RD. 


AC 


CHARLOTTE 2821 1 


704 364-3760 



FAX 704 365-3221 

LUCAS, KATHLEEN ELLEN PD 041 

1307 W. WENDOVER AVE. AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 272-2030 

LUCAS, ROBERT THEODORE, JR. PD 060 

1350 KINGS DRIVE AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 342-8200 

LUCEY, DONALD TRUESDELL U 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD. STE. 403 A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-7113 

LUND, HERBERT ZACHAREUS PTH ID 041 

1200 N. ELM ST. A L 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-4074 

' LUND, JOHN JEFFERSON CD /IM 098 

1700 S. TARBOROST. A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 399-2272 

LUPO, SUSAN ELIZABETH AN /IM 060 

1400 LINDA LANE A AC 
CHARLOTTE 28211 

LUPSE, RAYMOND MORRIS GYN 036 

603 COX ROAD A AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 866-01 1 1 

I LUPTON, CARROLL CRESCENT CRS 041 

3300 STARMOUNT DRIVE A L/RT 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 299-9255 

LUPTON, EMMETT STEVENSON D 041 

P.O. BOX 177 A L'RT 

ALAMANCE 27201 919 228-1288 

, LUPTON, FREDERICK ARTHUR, III D 041 

1301 W. WENDOVER AVE. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 272-3152 

LURIE, SCOTT NORD 032 

1711 SHAWNEE ST. A R 

DURHAM 27701 919 682-0582 

LUSK, JOHN ALEXANDER, III ON /IM 041 
301 E. WENDOVER AVE., STE. 300 A * AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 272-2141 

LUTMAN, GEORGE BENTON PTH 026 

P. O. BOX 2000 A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28302 919 323-6149 

LUTTERLOH, ISAAC HAYDEN, JR. IM 053 

1817 CARTHAGE ST. * RT 

SANFORD 27330 919 775-3911 

LUTZ, CHARLES LARRY IM /GE 014 

P. O. BOX 1020 AC 

LENOIR 28645 704 758-5544 

LUTZ, JAMES DWIGHT AN 045 

235 ESTATE DR. L/RT 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 704 693-9669 

LUVIS, L.D.A. CLAUDIUS IM 036 

1018 HEATHERLOCH DR. AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 867-1306 

LUYANDO, YVONNE FP 092 

171 SPRINGBERRY LANE C 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 881-5360 

LYDAY, WILLIAM DAVIE TS /GS 060 

225 HAWTHORNE LN„ STE. 301 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 377-5978 

LYKENS, MICHAEL GORDON IM /PUD 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4322 

LYKINS, KIMBERLY GLENN FP 084 

320 YADKIN ST. AC 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 982-9144 

LYLE, CARL BLACKBURN, JR. IM 032 

5039 OLD CLINIC BLDG. AC 
UNCCB#7110 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2276 
FAX 919 966-6923 



LYLES, EVELYN MCMASTER 

93 VICTORIA ROAD 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
LYLES, MARY FENNELL 

300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
LYMAN, DAVID J. 

DEPT. OF FAMILY MEDICINE 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 
LYMBERIS, MARVIN NICHOLAS 

2514 RED FOX TRAIL 

CHARLOTTE 2821 1 
LYNCH, JOHN FRANKLIN, JR. 

905 ARBORDALE DR. 

HIGH POINT 27262 
LYNCH, SUE ANN 

18707 BARN SWALLOW TERR. 

GAITHERSBURG. MD 20879 
LYNN, ARTHUR SIMONTON, JR. 

ROUTE #2, BOX 199 

CONOVER 28613 
LYON-SMITH, MARY E. 

616 DOCTOR'S STREET 

SPARTA 28675 
LYSKO, JANE E. 

ST. JOSEPHS HOSPITAL 

DEPT. OF PATHOLOGY 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
MABE, PAUL ALEXANDER, JR. 

1123 S. MAIN STREET 

REIDSVILLE 27320 
MABRY, EDWARD BLOXTON 

1305 W. WENDOVER AVENUE 

GREENSBORO 27408 



OBG 011 

A AC 

704 253-4821 

IM GER 034 

AC 

919 748-2051 

FP 074 

A AC 

919 551-4611 

OPH 060 

A L/RT 

704 366-6227 

PD 040 

A L/RT 

919 886-4049 

N 032 

R 

IM /CD 018 

* AC 

704 322-1128 

FP 003 

AC 

919 372-5606 

PTH 011 

A AC 

704 255-3949 
FP 079 
AC 
919 342-4286 
OBG 041 
A AC 

919 274-6355 
MABRY, FREDERICK HARRISON, JR. PD 083 

418 KING STREET AC 

LAURINBURG 28352 919 276-7570 

MAC, HARJIT BALA PM 084 

P.O. BOX 1230 A AC 

ALBEMARLE 28002 704 983-3314 

MAC, SURENDRAPAL SINGH ORS HS 084 

P.O. BOX 1230 A AC 

ALBEMARLE 28001 704 983-3314 

MACALPINE, ORVILLE DUNCAN PD 011 

98 HOLLY HILL DR. A L/RT 

CANDLER 28715 704 667-5553 

MACARTHUR, ROBERT DOUGLAS, JR. 034 

2359-C QUEEN ST S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 723-4528 

MACAULAY, ROBERT JOSEPH, JR. U 064 

180 FOY DR. AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 443-3136 

MACCIOLI, GERALD A. AN CCM 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE RD. STE. 204 A AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 783-3034 

MACDONALD, DONALD EWAN P 090 

1623 E. SUNSET DR. AC 

MONROE 28110 704 289-5431 

MACDONALD, HENRY JOHN, JR. OTO 025 

PO BOX 2406 A AC 

709 PROFESSIONAL DR. 

NEW BERN 28560 
MACDONALD, JOEL DOUGLAS 060 

2629 STRINGHAM AVE. #B-114 R 

SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84109 
MACDONALD, KENNETH G., JR. GS /ABS 074 

DEPT. OF SURGERY A AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4171 

MACDONALD, WILLIAM WEBSTER OBG 060 

1023 EDGEHILL DRIVE A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 373-1541 

FAX 704 334-9480 

MACEDO, NELSON T. NS C64 

2416 PROFESSIONAL DR AC 

PO BOX 7546 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 443-4563 

MACFARLAND, JOSEPH ALFRED GP 032 

UNC STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE AC 

CAMPUS BOX 7470 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2281 

MACGREGOR, DREW ALAN 034 

3601 BAY MEADOW CT. R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 748-6533 



P 032 

AC 

919 684-5772 

OPH 032 

A AC 

919 684-5846 

FAX 919 684-2230 

FP 053 

* AC 

919 774-6282 

PD 034 

AC 

919 727-8108 

IM /PUD 065 

L/RT 

919 762-1529 

ORS 045 

AC 

704 692-5781 

FP 



MACHEMER, CHRISTINE ANNA 

BOX 3125, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 

MACHEMER, ROBERT 

BOX 3802, DUMC 
DURHAM 27710 

MACINTOSH, VICTOR HENRY 

207 E. MAIN ST. 
SANFORD 27330 

MACK, RONALD BRIAN 
2516 WOODBERRY DRIVE 
WINSTON-SALEM 27106 

MACKAY, JAMES CALVIN 
302 W. RENOVAH CR. 
WILMINGTON 28403 

MACKEL, DAVID FREDERICK 
1027 FLEMING STREET 
HENDERSONVILLE 28739 

MACLAUCHLIN, WILLIAM THOMPSON FP 018 

237 8TH ST. NW A URT 

CONOVER 28613 704 464-2170 

MACMURDO, SCOTT ANDERSON 034 

2035 W. ACADEMY ST. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 584-8795 

MACQUEEN, DONALD MILES A /PD 065 

2321 DELANEY AVENUE A P AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 763-1661 

MACRAE, JOHN DONALD R 026 

700 MEASE PLAZA, APT. 850 A URT 

DUNEDIN, FL 34698 813 733-1161 

MACRI, ANTHONY JOHN PTH 079 

424 DOGWOOD DR. A AC 

EDEN 27288 919 623-9711 

MADDOX, CHARLES DEATON IM 011 

4-B DOCTORS PARK A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-2865 

FAX 704 253-9694 

MADDOX, THOMAS WILBUR GS /VS 092 

PO BOX 32090 AC 
2800 BLUE RIDGE ROAD 

RALEIGH 27622 919 781-0710 

MADRY, HERBERT RAYMOND, JR. DR 092 

2105 WHITE OAK ROAD A P AC 

RALEIGH 27608 919 833-9838 

MAGARELLI, PAUL C. 032 

BOX 3495, DUMC A R 

DURHAM 27710 919 688-3034 

MAGOLAN, JEROME JOSEPH, JR. OPH 092 

3320 EXECUTIVE DR., STE. 210 A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-0572 

MAGRINAT, GUSTAV CHARLES 032 

BOX 3206, DUMC R 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-8111 

MAHALEY, MOSES STEPHEN, JR. NS 044 

PO BOX 1063 RT 

MAGGIE VALLEY 28751 704 926-6313 

MAHANEY, JOHN PHILIP, JR. FP 025 

810 KENNEDY AVE. A * AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-1678 

MAHARAJH, GARNET D. PD 044 

102 HOSPITAL DR. AC 

CLYDE 28721 704 242-2211 

MAHMUD, REHAN 074 

DEPT. OF CARDIOLOGY AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-5395 
FAX 919 551-5884 

MAHORNEY, STEVEN LOUIS P 011 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-3201 

MAIER, LISA ANN 032 

4800 UNIVERSITY DR. APT. 3-M S 

DURHAM 27707 919 490-4988 

MAITLAND, ALEXANDER, III U 011 

1 DOCTOR'S PARK A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-5314 

MAJORS, ROBERT POWELL, JR. OTO 092 

3010 ANDERSON DR. AC 
PO BOX 18946 

RALEIGH 27619 919 787-7171 
FAX 919 787-6427 

MAJSTORAVICH, JOSEPH, JR. OPH 016 

P. O. BOX 1317 AC 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 919 726-0411 



86 

MAKWANA, GIRISH N. 

107 GLEN CANNON DR. 

PISGAH FOREST 28768 
MALEKPOUR, BAHMAN 

2805 MCLAMB PL. 

POBOX 1342 

GOLDSBORO 27533 
MALLON, WILLIAM JAMES 

2609 N. DUKE ST. 

DURHAM 27705 
MALLONEE, MICHAEL STEVEN 

8736 UNIVERISYT CITY BLVD. 

UNIVERSITY HEAD & NECK, PA 

CHARLOTTE 28213 
MALLOY, H. REMBERT 

2020 NEW WALKERTOWN ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 
MALONE, JOHN HUGH, JR. 

56 ARDSLEY AVENUE, N.E. 

CONCORD 28025 
MALONEY, EUGENE DOUGLAS 

1249 HOFFMAN RD. 

GASTON I A 28054 
MALONEY, SEAN ROBERT 

445 BILTMORE AVE. STE. 106 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
MALONEY, THOMAS RICHARD 

1111 LUPINE CT., APT. B 

RALEIGH 27606 
MALOY, THOMAS HOWARD 

2310 DELANEY AVENUE 

WILMINGTON 28401 
MALTBIE, ALLAN ARMSTRONG 

BOX 3837, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
MALTON, MARK L. 

8730 UNIVERSITY CITY BLVD. 

CHARLOTTE 28213 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



I 



AN 088 

A AC 

704 884-91 1 1 

P 096 

A AC 

919 734-2222 

ORS 032 

A P C 

919 220-5255 

OTO /HNS 060 

A AC 

704 547-1609 

GS 034 

A L/RT 

919 723-3729 

IM 013 

AC 

704 782-1101 

P /EM 036 

* AC 

704 866-0042 

PM 011 

A AC 

704 254-9796 

GER /IM 092 

A RT 

91 9 233-9267 

OPH 065 

A AC 

919 763-3664 

P /PYA 032 

AC 

919 684-5217 

OPH 060 

A AC 



704 334-2020 

FAX 704 334-6073 

MANCUSI-UNGARO, PETER CURT HEM /ON 065 

2131 S. SEVENTEENTH STREET AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 343-0161 

FAX 919 343-7643 

MANDEL, DALE MASON GS /TRS 029 

105 PINEYWOOD RD. BOX 1187 A * AC 

THOMASVILLE 27360 919 475-7148 

MANDEL, LEE RICHARD IM 040 

707-E W. MAIN ST. A AC 

PO BOX 2098 

JAMESTOWN 27282 919 454-3151 

MANDEL, STANLEY ROBERT GS /TS 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF SURGERY 229H A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3391 

FAX 919 966-7564 

MANESS, ARCHIBALD KELLY, JR. OBG 041 



301 E. WENDOVER AVE. 
GREENSBORO 27401 



MANESS, PAUL FRANKLIN 

328 W. DAVIS STREET 

BURLINGTON 27215 
MANESS, RUBIN FRANKLIN 

2706 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE 

GOLDSBORO 27534 
MANGANO, CHARLES ANGELO, JR 

3020 NEW BERN AVE. STE. 420 

RALEIGH 27610 
MANGE, STEPHEN KENNEDY 

PO BOX 1570 

DAVIDSON 28036 



MANGEL, ALLEN WAYNE 

534 FINLEY ST. 

DURHAM 27705 
MANGUM, ADDISON GOODLOE 

P.O. BOX 1258 

ALBEMARLE 28002 
MANGUM, CARLYLE THOMAS, JR 

P. O. BOX 429 

HIGHLANDS 28741 
MANGUM, GARY LIONELL 

202 E. GROVER ST. 

SHELBY 28150 
MANGUM, JOHN ROWLAND 

555 CARTHAGE ST. 

SANFORD 27330 



A AC 

919 273-2835 
FAX 919 274-4594 
PD 001 
A * L 

919 228-8341 
PD /A 096 
AC 
919 734-4736 
CD /IM 092 
A AC 

919 231-6132 
PD 060 
AC 
704 892-7905 
FAX 704 892-3889 
032 
A R 

919 383-9730 
R 084 
AC 
704 982-5319 
GP 056 
L/RT 
704 526-2125 
ORS 023 
A AC 

704 482-731 1 
FP 053 
A * AC 
919 774-6518 



MANGUM, RICHARD ARNOLD FP 039 

PO BOX 706 A AC 

CREEDMOOR 27522 919 528-0707 

MANGUM, SARAH ROSE 074 

203 GARNER RD S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 756-5753 

MANKTELOW, ANNE GS 032 

1705-A ALLARD ROAD A R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-4131 

MANLAPAS, HECTOR CHAN IM 042 

PO DRAWER 158 A AC 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 27870 919 537-0135 

MANLEY, JAMES JOSEPH FP /EM 025 

800 HOSPITAL DR. STE. #6 AC 

PO BOX 2585 

NEW BERN 28561 919 637-6193 

MANLY, DAVID TUPPER P 074 

115 ROSEMOND DR AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-4062 

MANLY, ISAAC VAUGHN GS /TS 092 

2800 BLUE RIDGE BLVD. AC 

SUITE 305-1 

RALEIGH 27607 919 781-7410 

MANN, CHARLES HAYES OTO 032 

3938 DOVER ROAD A AC 

DURHAM 27707 919 682-9341 

MANN, ELIZABETH SPRAGUE AN 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF ANES, CB 7010 A C 

223 BURNETT-WOMACK BLDG. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-5136 

MANN, JAMES TIFT, III CD 092 

WAKE HEART ASSOCIATES AC 

PO BOX 14427 

RALEIGH 27620 919 832-9253 

MANN, JOHN DOUGLAS N /IM 032 

751 CLINICAL SCI. BLDG. 229-H A AC 

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2526 

MANN, LARRY DOUGLAS PD 092 

3803-A COMPUTER DR AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-5273 

MANN, PHILIP ROGERS FP /IM 001 

803 HERMITAGE ROAD A AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 227-3643 

MANN, RICHARD HARVEY PUD 074 

DEPT. OF MED PULMONARY DIV. AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4653 

MANNING, ISAAC HALL, JR. IM 032 

3901 HOPE VALLEY RD. A L/RT 

DURHAM 27707 919 489-2298 

MANNING, STUART HALL IM 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 604 A AC 

CENTRAL MEDICAL PARK 

DURHAM 27704 919 220-5515 

MANNINO, JOE A. 032 

305 WESTBROOK DR. S 

CARRBORO 27510 

MANRING, ERIK ALEXANDER 074 

1535TREYBROOKE CIR A S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 830-4061 

MARBURG, KENNETH CHARLES EM /FP 065 

PO BOX 3886 AC 

WILMINGTON 28406 919 791-0075 

MARCHESE, JOHN RICHARD OBG 095 

40 DOCTORS DR. AC 

BOONE 28607 704 264-9067 

MARCHETTI, LOUIS JOSEPH U 063 

MIDSOUTH UROLOGY CTR., PA * AC 

TWO MEMORIAL DR. 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-6782 

MARCOTTE, DAVID BACON P 026 

1262 OLIVER ST. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-5151 

MARCUARD, STEFANO P. GE /IM 074 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4652 

MARCUS, LEONARD JEFFREY 032 

309 BARCLAY RD. R 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 919 967-9403 

MARCUS, RICHARD WM. N 018 

600 FIRST PLAZA A P AC 

1985 TATE BLVD SE 

HICKORY 28602 704 328-5500 



MARGOLIS, JEFFREY ALAN 

PO BOX 2036 
EDEN 27288 
MARGOLIS, JUDITH OLSHANSKY 

1805 PATHWAY DR. 
CARRBORO 27510 
MARGOLIS, PETER ADAM 

UNC, DIV. OF COMM. PEDIATRICS 
WING D, CB #7225 
CHAPEL HILL 27599 



IM 



079 

A C 

919 627-4896 

AN 032 

C 

919 966-5131 

032 

C 



919 966-2504 
FAX 91 9 966-5830 



MARION, JEREMIAH RICHARD, III 

631 COLISEUM DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
MARKELLO, JAMES ROSS 

DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE NC 27858 
MARKHAM, ROBERT WADE 

624 QUAKER LANE, SUITE 302-B 

HIGH POINT 27262 
MARKS, EDGAR SEYMOUR 

5-B FOUNTAIN MANOR DR. 

GREENSBORO 27405 
MARKS, HOWARD F., JR. 

1501 MEDICAL CENTER DR. 

WILMINGTON 28401 
MARKS, JOHN JACOB 

5512 HAWTHORNE PARK 

RALEIGH 27613 
MARKS, MALCOLM W. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



OPH 034 

A P AC 

919 723-1041 

PD 074 

AC 



704 355-2251 

PTH 063 

A AC 



MARKWORTH, JAMES WARREN 

1222 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE 

WILMINGTON 28401 
MARLETTE, MARNIE STONE 

1651-G NORTHWEST BLVD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
MARLOWE, DONNA M. 

805 W. END BLVD. APT. B-4 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 
MARLOWE, JAMES MANNING 

624 QUAKER LANE, SUITE D-200 

HIGH POINT 27262 
MARQUEZ, PATERNO RIEGO 

107 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
MARR, ALBERT WOODALL 

1101 W. FOURTH ST. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27101 
MARROUM, MARIE-CLAIRE 

PO BOX 32861 

CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER 

CHARLOTTE 28232 
MARROW, HENRY GREGORY 

PO BOX 3000 

MOORE REGIONAL HOSPITAL 

PINEHURST 28374 FAX 919 295-7878 

MARSDEN, MARGARET E. FERRITER IM 041 

3102 BEACONWOOD DR. R 

GREENSBORO 27405 
MARSH, FRANK BAKER 

725 LAKE DRIVE 

SALISBURY 28144 
MARSHALL, BERNARD ANTHONY 

P. O. BOX 21922 

GREENSBORO 27406 
MARSHALL, CHARLES FOSTER, JR. 

1718 E. 4TH ST. #208 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
MARSHALL, DIANE DUVALL 

228 OAKWOOD COURT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MARSHALL, HARVEY E., Ill 

228 OAKWOOD CT. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MARSHALL, RICHARD BLAIR 

236 STANAFORD ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
MARSHBURN, ELISHA THOMAS, JR 

1906 MEETING COURT 

WILMINGTON 28401 
MARSICANO, THOMAS H. CDS /VS 

4125 BEN FRANKLIN BLVD.STE.100 



919 551-2539 
D 040 
A * AC 

919 887-3195 
IM 041 
A S/RT 

919 378-9906 
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A AC 

919 763-6289 
GYN 092 
AC 
919 848-1990 
PS 034 
A AC 

919 748-4172 
FAX 919 748-6642 
ORS 065 
A AC 

919 763-2977 
034 
S 
919 761-0433 
034 
A S 

919 727-1866 
ORS 040 
P AC 

919 841-6262 
FP 064 
AC 
919 443-8810 
034 
A S 

919 721-1662 
PTH 060 
A P AC 



DURHAM 27704 



919 489-8433 

IM 080 

A L/RT 

704 633-2344 

OBG 041 

AC 

OPH 060 

AC 
704 376-6511 
034 
S 
919 724-1815 
034 
S 
919 724-1815 
PTH 034 
A AC 

919 748-2626 
IM 065 
A P AC 

919 762-9621 
032 
C 
919 471-9332 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



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MARSIGLI, ADOLFO HECTOR ORS HS 064 

110 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL A AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-8830 

MARSIGLI, EDUARDO OSCAR ORS 064 

110 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL A AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-8830 

MARSTON, CHARLES THOMAS, JR. PD 081 

117TRYONROAD AC 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 704 286-9049 

MARTIN, ANN MICHELE 074 

103 ADAMS BLVD. A S 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 830-3914 

MARTIN, CHARLES R. PD 067 

120 MEMORIAL DRIVE A AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 353-0581 

MARTIN, DAVID FARRA IM GE 063 

205 PAGE RD. AC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-5511 

MARTIN, DAVID FRANKLIN ORS 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4207 

FAX 919 748-6286 

MARTIN, DENNIS KEITH OBG 025 

903 PINETREE DRIVE AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-4005 

MARTIN, DENNIS LEE N 011 

7 MCDOWELL ST. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-7776 

MARTIN, EDWARD STEPHENS PD 060 

2711 RANDOLPH ROAD, SUITE 501 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 374-1736 

MARTIN, ERIC MEYER 034 

2371 -D FORSYTH CT. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 724-6414 

MARTIN, J. PAUL FP /ALD 011 

491 BILTMORE AVE. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-0670 

FAX 704 258-2097 

MARTIN, JAMES CICERO, JR. OTO 034 

1420 PLAZA DR. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-4922 

MARTIN, JAMES FRANKLIN R /DR 034 

2680-3 GROSVENOR PLACE A L 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 723-5199 

MARTIN, MATTHEW BRUNSON GS 041 

311 W. WENDOVER AVE. A * AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-8415 

MARTIN, PHILIP L. OPH 092 

3320 EXECUTIVE DR., STE. 210 A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-0572 

MARTIN, RICHARD W. GS 080 

327 MOCKSVILLE AVE. A P * AC 
PO BOX 1665 

SALISBURY 28144 704 637-2750 
FAX 704 637-2752 

MARTIN, ROBERT GALE OPH 063 

2170 MIDLAND ROAD AC 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 295-2100 

FAX 919 295-5339 

MARTIN, SIDNEY ARNOLD OM /FP 092 

3141 ESSEX CIRCLE A S/RT 

RALEIGH 27608 919 782-0911 

MARTIN, WELLS, III DR 040 

HIGH POINT REGIONAL HOSPITAL AC 
DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY 

HIGH POINT 27260 919 884-6037 

MARTIN, WILLIS ELWOOD D /IM 064 

3136 SUNSET AVE. A AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 937-7111 

MARTINEAU, SHEILA M. 032 

BOX 2793. DUMC A S 

DURHAM 27710 919 967-0163 

MARTINEZ, JOSEPH C. EM 060 

CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER AC 
PO BOX 32861 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-3181 

MARTINEZ, LUCAS J. NS 064 

PO BOX 7546 AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 2^804 919 443-4563 

MARTINEZ, MARIA D. PD 060 

8806 BRASS BELL CT. A P C 

CHARLOTTE 28227 704 548-5800 

MARTINEZ, SALUTARIO R 032 

DUMC. DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2711 



MARTONE, ARLENE RAE OBG 050 

201 ASHEVILLE HIGHWAY STE. 102 AC 

SYLVA 28779 704 586-5865 

MARUCHECK, JOHN THOMAS IM 092 

6217 DRESDEN LANE AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 878-0900 

MARX, HERMAN BENNO FP 

APDO 30127 H 
ZONA TONCONTIN 

MARX, RICHARD SAMUEL ID IM 034 

3310 BROOKVIEW HILLS BLVD #204 AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-8420 

MASIUS, WILLIAM GLENN 074 

PITT COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSP. R 

GREENVILLE 27835 919 752-5867 

MASON, DAVID PENDLETON OBG 065 

1809 GLEN MEADE ROAD A AC 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 762-9807 

MASON, ERIC W. AN CC 092 

PO BOX 18139 A AC 

RALEIGH 27619 919 783-3034 

MASON, JOHN CURRIE 032 

1224 COUNTRY CLUB RD A S 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 762-1520 

MASON, LOCKERT BEMISS GS 065 

1224 COUNTRY CLUB RD. LRT 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 762-1520 

MASON, THOMAS LEE 032 

116-G SHADOWOOD DR. A S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 968-3287 

MASON, WILLIAM TERRY ORS 080 

400 MOCKSVILLE AVENUE A AC 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-6044 

MASOUD, JAVED CD IM 001 

723 EDITH STREET AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 229-6486 

MASSAGEE, JAMES TERRILL AN 041 

1600 INDEPENDENCE RD A P AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 299-6343 

MASSAQUOI, ALFRED DADEE LAMIN OBG 039 

1030 COLLEGE ST. AC 
P.O. BOX 1513 

OXFORD 27565 919 693-4212 
FAX 919 690-1525 

MASSENGILL, G.K. GS 092 

3308 TIMBER LAKE ROAD A L/RT 

RALEIGH 27604 919 872-6924 

MASSENGILL, SUSAN FOSTER PD /PNP 000 

7903 SW 47TH CT, A R 

GAINESVILLE, FL 32608 904 371-6024 

MASSEY, CHARLES CASWELL, JR. CRS 060 

2015 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 201 A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 333-1259 

MASSEY, MARGA FAITH 032 

BOX 2894, DUMC S 
DURHAM 27710 

MASSEY, THOMAS NEELY. JR. CD /IM 060 

217 TRAVIS AVENUE AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3350 

MASTERS, KIM JAMES P /CHP 011 

APPALACHIAN HALL A AC 
PO BOX 5534 

ASHEVILLE 28813 704 253-3681 

MASTERS, MICHAEL JASON D 044 

108 HOSPITAL DR. AC 

CLYDE 28721 704 456-7343 

MASTRANGELO, MICHAEL ROCCO GE 065 

1515 DOCTORS CIRCLE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-5182 

MATHES, GORDON LAWRENCE, JR. U 064 

180 FOY DR. A AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 443-3136 

FAX 919 443-3847 

MATHEWS, EMMETT C, JR. CD 060 

1350 S. KINGS DR. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 342-8070 

MATHEWS, HERSCHELL F. FP /EM 044 

ROUTE #1, BOX 564 AC 

SYLVA 28779 704 586-8352 

MATHEWS, RAYMOND M., JR. 034 

2743 LONDON LANE A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-0802 

MATHIAS, BRAD TRAFTON OTO 063 

#1 MEMORIAL DR. A * AC 
PINEHURST SURGICAL CLINIC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-0206 



MATHIESEN, KENNETH MARLIN FP /A 087 

960 PLATEAU ST. A L 

BRYSON CITY 28713 704 488-6844 

MATHIS, JAMES LARRY P 074 

DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2660 

MATTERN, WILLIAM DOUGLAS NEP IM 032 

N. C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2561 

FAX 919 966-4251 

MATTHEWS, BRIAN LEWIS OTO 034 

DEPT. OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY A AC 
N. C. BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4161 

MATTHEWS, CYNTHIA PIKE OBG 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD.. STE. 300 AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 275-5391 

MATTHEWS, DAVID CARY PS 060 

2215 RANDOLPH ROAD A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-6846 

FAX 704 342-0752 

MATTHEWS, GEORGE POWERS GP 031 

P. O. BOX 609 A L/RT 

ROSE HILL 28458 919 289-2330 

MATTHEWS, JAMES AUSTIN OBG 041 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD., STE. 300 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 275-5391 

MATTHEWS, JOHN DAIL OPH 041 

3312 BATTLEGROUND AVE. A P * AC 
GREENSBORO 27410 

MATTHEWS, MARJORIE E.F. FP 092 

519 WADE AVE., APT. 3 C 
RALEIGH 27605 

MATTHEWS, ROLAND D. FP 001 

1610 VAUGHN ROAD AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 228-8333 

MATTHEWS, WILLIAM CAMP IM /OM 060 

RT. 4, BOX 470, THE FARM A L/RT 

CHESTER. SC 29706 803 385-6975 

MATTOX, HUITT EVERETT OBG 098 

1700 S. TARBORO ST. P AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-9010 

MATTOX, HUITT EVERETT, III IM /GE 034 

1 14 JACOBS RD. R 
ST. SIMONS IS, GA 31522 

MATTOX, JAMES DWIGHT, JR. P 034 

2990 BETHESDA PL. STE. 605-B A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 768-8281 

MATTSON, MARK WARREN GS 083 

PO BOX 1808 A AC 

LAURINBURG 28353 919 276-3541 

MAUERHAN, DAVID ROBERT ORS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-0544 

MAULL, JOHN M. IM 014 

3 ALUMNI DR., STE. 203 AC 
EXETER, NH 03833 

MAULTSBY, JAMES ALEXANDER ORS /PM 041 

1915 LENDEW ST. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 545-0999 

MAUNEY, FRANK MAXTON, JR. CDS /TS 011 

257 MCDOWELL STREET A P * AC 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 258-1121 

FAX 704 252-61 14 

MAUNEY, MICHAEL C. 032 

13-B TARAWA TERRACE S 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-9677 

MAURO, MATTHEW ANTHONY DR 032 

101 CATAWBA COURT AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-1461 

MAURO, PATRICIA MARCHASE D 032 

2609 N. DUKE ST. STE. 505 A AC 

DURHAM 27704 919 477-2121 

MAUTERER, DAVID JOHN GS 011 

50 DOCTORS DR. #105 AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 253-1529 

MAWN, LOUISE ANN 034 

226 OAKWOOD SQ. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 723-5418 

MAXWELL, JAMES HEATH DR 041 

2313 PRINCESS ANN ST. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 854-6546 

MAXWELL, JOHN GARY GS 065 

2131 S. 17TH ST. A AC 

WILMINGTON 28402 919 343-0161 

FAX 919 762-6800 



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MAXWELL, JOHN KEVIN 

102-J COOPER ST. 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
MAXWELL, KEITH MELVIN 

445 BILTMORE AVE., STE. 401 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
MAY, ALFRED T., Ill 

4115 LIBERTY HIGHWAY 

NORTH GATE APTS. A-24 

ANDERSON. SC 29621 
MAY, CHARLES RAYSOR, III 

2345 ROLLING HILL RD. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
MAY, HARVEY CRAIG 

2711 RANDOLPH ROAD, SUITE 305 



CHARLOTTE 28207 
MAY, JEANNINE MEECE 

5305-N WRIGHTSVILLE AVE. 

WILMINGTON 28403 
MAY, JOHN SCOTT 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MAY, RONALD BRUCE 

CRAVEN COUNTY HOSPITAL 

P. O. BOX 1390 

NEW BERN 28560 

MAY, WILLIAM JOSEPH 

300 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MAYBIN, RICHARD MADDEN 

109 BALL PARK RD. 

LAWNDALE 28090 
MAYDA, JARO, II 

521 LAUCHWOOD DR. 

LAURINBURG 28352 
MAYER, EUGENE STEPHEN 

UNC, CB 7165, WING C, BOX 3 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 

MAYER, MARK EDWARD 

307 W. MAIN ST. 

BENSON 27504 
MAYER, NORMAN MICHAEL 

P. O. BOX 29066 

GREENSBORO 27408 
MAYER, WALTER BREM 

2420-407 ROSWELL AVENUE 

CHARLOTTE 28209 
MAYNARD, CHARLES DOUGLAS 

BOWMAN GRAY, DEPT. OF RAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

MAYNARD, DAVID RUSSELL 

213 MISTLETOE DR. 
GREENSBORO 27403 

MAYNARD, EUGENE HAROLD, JR. 
2525 BOOKER CREEK RD., APT. 3C 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 967-3930 

MAYO, JOSEPH DIXON, JR. FP 091 

949 MEADOW LANE L/RT 

HENDERSON 27536 919 438-3155 

MAYO, KATHY DIANE 074 

1017-A WESTOVER DR. R 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 551-2660 

MAYRAND, ELIZABETH PTH 080 

508 PLYMOUTH AVE. A P L 

SALISBURY 28144 704 638-1078 

MAYS, OLIVER AIKEN PH 096 

408 TAYLOR PLACE A AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 731-1000 

MAYSE, RAY SCOTT IM 023 

608 W. KING ST. AC 

KINGS MOUNTAIN 28086 704 739-9776 

MAZZOCCHI, ANNMARIE FP 041 

1 01 6-A PROFESSIONAL VILLAGE AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 282-1918 

MCADAMS, CHARLES R..JR. GS /GYN 060 

PO BOX 221366 L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28222 704 366-3609 

MCADAMS, HOLMAN PAGE DR 032 

10321 CRESTMOOR DR. A R 

SILVER SPRING, MD 20901 301681-8511 

MCALISTER, JAMES ALLEN, JR PTH /CLP 060 

1901 RANDOLPH RD. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 375-6792 



R 032 

A R 

919 966-1461 

011 

A P AC 

704 251-1357 

000 

A R 

803 261-1475 

AN 026 

A AC 

919 323-5491 

GYN 060 

A * L 

704 372-8020 

PD 065 

AC 

919 392-5634 

OTO 034 

AC 

919 748-4161 

PD /HEM 025 

A AC 

919 633-4121 

FAX 919 633-6443 

GYN /OBG 034 

A L 

919 748-4595 

GP /HYP 023 

A AC 

704 538-8532 

VS 083 

A AC 

919 277-8002 

GPM 032 

A * AC 

919 966-2461 

FAX 919 966-5830 

IM 051 

A * AC 

919 894-2011 

EM 041 

AC 

919 379-4040 

IM 060 

A L/RT 

704 333-4322 

NM 034 

A AC 

919 748-4575 

FAX 919 748-2029 

AN 041 

A AC 

919 855-0767 

032 

S 



MCALISTER, LINDA THERESA OBG 

511 OWEN DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 485- 

MCALLISTER, DAVID WHITNEY OBG 

2711 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 512 

CHARLOTTE 28213 704 333- 

MCALLISTER, JAMES GRAY, III P /D 

1004 DRESSER CT„ STE. 108 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876- 

MCALLISTER, RUSSELL G..JR. CD /PA 

3712 DOVER RD. A 

DURHAM 27707 919 361- 

MCALLISTER, VINCENT 

BOX 46, DAVID DR. A 

BRANCH'S ESTATES 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 756- 

MCAULIFFE, JOHN EDWARD AN 

3709 WESTRIDGE CIRCLE DR. 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443- 

MCBRIDE, ALLEN JOSEPH FP /ADM 

BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD OF NC A * 

PO BOX 2291 

DURHAM 27702 



919 490- 
FAX 919 493- 
FP 



MCBRIDE, J. MARVIN. JR. 

1109 DRESSER COURT 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872 

MCBRIDE, ROBERT BENNIS, JR. ORS 

101 W. T. HARRIS BLVD. #220A A 

CHARLOTTE 28262 704 547 

MCBRYDE, ANGUS MURDOCH, JR. ORS 

120 PROVIDENCE RD. 

CHARLOTTE 28207 



MCCABE, JAMES CARDEN 

201 DRIFTWOOD LANE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
MCCABE, JAMES MICHAEL 

102 MOCKSVILLE AVE. 

SALISBURY 28144 
MCCAIN, JOHN LEWIS 

WILSON CLINIC 

WILSON 27893 



MCCAIN, KENNETH FRANKLIN 

223 HARPER STREET 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
MCCALL, CHARLES EMORY 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MCCALL, MARVIN MATHER, III 

P. O. BOX 32861 

CHARLOTTE 28232 
MCCALL, MICHAEL ALVIN 

P. O. BOX 1229 

MARION 28752 
MCCALL, WILLIAM HERBERT 

930 COUNTRY CLUB RD. 

ASHEVILLE 28804 
MCCALL, WILLIAM, JR. 

1405 PLAZA DRIVE 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MCCALMONT, CAMILLA S. 

163 ULLOA ST. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94127 
MCCALMONT, TIMOTHY HUGH 

163 ULLOA ST. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94127 
MCCANN, RICHARD LUCAS 

BOX 2990, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
McARN, HUGH MUNROE, JR. 

422 KING ST. 

LAURINBURG 28352 
MCCARTNEY, CHERYL FAINTUCH 

UNC, CB #7160 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 
MCCARTNEY, WILLIAM HUGH 

NCMH, DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 



704 377 
FAX 704 373 



919 748 
P/N 
A 

704 636 
RHU /IM 
A 

919 291 
FAX 919 237 
A 



919 765 
IM /ID 

919 748 
IM/CD 
A 

704 355 
FP /GER 
A 
704 433 

OPH 

A 
704 253 

A/IM 

919 765- 
D 



D 



VS/GS 

A 

919 684- 
FP 

919 276- 

P 
A 

919 966- 
DR /NM 



MCCARTY, RALPH LEEVES 

843 HEMPSTEAD PL 
CHARLOTTE 28207 
MCCASKILL, LLOYD CURTIS 

P. O. BOX 788 
MAXTON 28364 



919 966 
FAX 919 966 
CRS 
A 

704 333 
EM/FP 
A 
919 276 



026 

AC 

1191 
060 
AC 

4104 
092 
AC 

0287 
032 
AC 

2286 

074 

S 

2475 
064 
AC 

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AC 

2585 

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092 
AC 

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060 
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034 

R 

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AC 

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■2492 

011 

L 

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AC 

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034 

R 

034 

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AC 

2620 

083 

AC 

2100 

032 

AC 

4551 

032 

AC 

4384 

6923 

060 

L'RT 

1259 

083 

AC 

2121 



MCCASKILL, SAMUEL GAULT, JR 

RUIN CREEK ROAD 

HENDERSON 27536 
MCCASLIN, ROBERT IAN 

530 W. WEBB AVE. 

BURLINGTON 27215 
MCCAULEY, ROGER LEE 

190 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



OBG 

A 

919 492- 
PD 



MCCLOSKEY, SCOTT MICHAEL 

415 N. CENTER ST., STE 203 

HICKORY 28601 
MCCLURE, MARK WARREN 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD..STE. 100 

RALEIGH 27609 
MCCOLLUM, DONALD EUGENE 

BOX 2919, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
MCCOMB, JOHN SANFORD 

721 GREEN VALLEY RD., STE. 200 

GREENSBORO 27408 
MCCOMBS, RICK 

1517 KENWALT DR. 

CLEMMONS 27012 
MCCONNACHIE, CHARLES CHRIS 

1027 FLEMING STREET 

HENDERSONVILLE 28739 
MCCONNELL, MARY HELEN 

675 BILTMORE AVENUE 

ASHEVILLE 28803 
MCCONNELL, ROBERT WILLIAM 

EASTERN RADIOLOGISTS 

#9 DOCTORS PARK 

GREENVILLE 27834 



919 228 
P 
A 

919 768 
FAX 919 768- 
NS 
A 

704 327 
U 



919 790 
ORS 

A 

919 684 
OBG 

919 574 
IM 



ORS 



PD 

A 

704 253 
R/NM 



919 752 
FAX 919 752 
MCCONVILLE, JOSEPH FRANCIS AN 

2257 BRECKNOCK DR. A 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765 

MCCONVILLE, ROBERT HOWARD, JR. FP/GER 

611 WICKER ST. 

SANFORD 27330 
MCCOOL, JAMES ALVIS 

3333 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MCCORMACK, SANDRA L. 

1124 LYNN RD. 

TRYON 28782 
MCCORMICK, CAROLYN BRUMM 

2606 N. ELM ST. 

LUMBERTON 28358 
MCCORMICK, GEORGE MITCHELL 

N. C. BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

BOX 283 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MCCORMICK, JOHN THOMAS 

401 MULBERRY ST. SW. STE. 103 

LENOIR 28645 
MCCOWAN, KEVIN G. 

9318 BRACKEN LN. #D 

CHAPEL HILL 27516 
MCCOY, JOSEPH BENNETT, JR. 

3646 SEDGEWOOD CIR 

CHARLOTTE 28211 
MCCOY, RALPH CARLISLE 

6320 S. BRADLEY OVERLOOK 

WILMINGTON 28403 
MCCOY, THOMAS HATTON 

2600 E. 7TH ST. 

PO BOX 35228 

CHARLOTTE 28235 
MCCRACKEN, JOSEPH STUART 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 802 

DURHAM 27704 
MCCRORY, MICHAEL ELLIOTT 

2609 N. DUKE ST. STE. 303 

DURHAM 27704 
MCCUEN, BROOKS WALTON, II 

BOX 3802. DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 



919 774 

PTH 
A P 
919 760 
FP 

704 859 
FP 

A 

919 738 



919 748- 
ORS 

A P 
704 758- 



GYN 

704 377- 
PTH 

A 

919 343- 
ORS 

A 

704 372- 
OPH 



MCCULLEN, BOBBY K.,JR. 

303 BROOKBERRY CIRCLE 
CHAPEL HILL 27514 
MCCULLOUGH, CHARLES T.,JR 

129 MCDOWELL ST. 
ASHEVILLE 28801 



919 220 
DR 
A P 
919 471 
OPH 
A 

919 684 
FAX 919 684 
OPH /OALR 



919 966 
ORS 



704 258 



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AC 

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AC 

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034 
AC 

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AC 

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•0166 
034 
AC 

■2259 
053 
AC 

■6023 
034 
AC 

■5840 
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AC 

-9783 
078 
AC 

-3718 

034 

R 

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014 
AC 

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032 

S 

060 

L/RT 
0461 
065 
AC 
7074 
060 
AC 

9820 
032 
AC 

5439 
032 
AC 

8411 
032 
AC 

6749 

2230 

032 

R 

5296 
011 
AC 

8800 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



39 



MCCULLOUGH, DAVID LEGARDE U 034 

BOWMAN GRAY, DEPT. OF URO. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4131 

MCCUNNIFF, ANN JONES ON /TR 034 

1025 WESSYNGTON RD A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 748-4981 

MCCUNNIFF, DENNIS EDWARD OBG 034 

1025 WESSYNGTON ROAD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 768-3632 

MCCURDY, DONALD PITTARD OPH 060 

2200 E. 7TH ST. A AC 
CHARLOTTE 28204 

MCCUTCHAN, JAMES HUTTON IM /ID 032 

UNC STUDENT HEALTH-BOX 7074 AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2281 

MCCUTCHEN, THOMAS M..JR. PD 026 

1213 WALTER REED ROAD * AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-6121 

MCCUTCHEON, JULIA WINN 032 

110 PERSIMMON HILL RD. R 

PITTSBORO 27312 919 966-5711 

MCCUTCHEON, WILLIAM B..JR. TS CDS 032 

3901 ROXBORO RD. A RT 

DURHAM 27704 919 383-5531 

MCDANIEL, EUGENE MARVIN, JR. OBG 070 

1141 N. ROAD ST. AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 338-0101 

MCDANIEL, JACK PASCHAL OBG 026 

1320 MEDICAL DRIVE A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-3301 

MCDANIEL, WILLIAM JASON, JR. ORS 092 

P.O. BOX 10707 A AC 

RALEIGH 27605 919 781-5600 

FAX 919 782-6578 

MCDEVITT, NOEL BRUCE PS /PSF 063 

4 MEMORIAL DR. EAST * AC 
PO BOX 3550 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-1917 
FAX 919 295-1481 

MCDONALD, CARY CRANE EM 

2914 N. BROADWAY #1 A P C 

CHICAGO.IL 60657 312 929-1369 

MCDONALD, RALPH N. CD /IM 018 

230 18TH ST., CIR. SE A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 324-4804 

MCDONALD, ROBERT L. IM 060 

217 TRAVIS AVE. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3350 

MCDONNELL, CHARLES H., Ill 032 

910 CONSTITUTION DR. #419 A * R 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-8369 

MCDOUGAL, EMORY GARY VS 018 

RT. #2, BOX 190 AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 322-9105 

MCDOWELL, ROBERT WARREN GP 092 

734 ROCK QUARRY ROAD L 

RALEIGH 27610 919 832-5389 

MCDOWELL, ROY HENDRIX FP 036 

1199 HAYES DR. A L/RT 
BROOKRIDGE APT. 521 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 704 825-8546 

MCDUFFIE, ROBERT STANLEY OBG 011 

325 VANDERBILT RD. L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28803 704 274-2795 

MCELLIGOTT, JACINTA MARY PM 074 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A AC 
DEPT. PHYSICAL MED & REHAB. 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 757-4440 

MCELVEEN, JOHN T., JR. OT /OTO 032 

BOX 3805, DUMC A AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2475 

FAX 919 684-4611 

MCELWEE, THOMAS BRENTON GS 060 

3535 RANDOLPH RD. 201 -W AC 

CHARLOTTE 28211 704 757-4629 

MCENTIRE, JERRILL LEE FP 059 

700 AIRPORT RD. AC 

MARION 28752 704 668-7694 

MCFADDEN, JAMES STUART AN 063 

35 MCDONALD RD. WEST AC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-7184 

MCFADYEN, OSCAR LEE, JR. IM 026 

524 VALLEY ROAD A L/RT 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 919 484-0221 

MCFALLS, VERNON WENDELL PD 040 

624 QUAKER LANE, SUITE 100-A AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 882-4187 



MCGANN, KAREN PATRICIA FP 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2230 

MCGEARY, SCOTT ALAN PD /ID 092 

3100 DURALEIGH RD. C 

RALEIGH 27612 919 881-5485 

MCGEE, JOHN ASBURY, JR. GYN 060 

1901 BRUNSWICK AVE. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 343-3400 

MCGEE, MARK FLETCHER P 032 

1511 ECHO ROAD A R 

DURHAM 27707 919 493-1352 

MCGEE, ROBERT SAUNDERS, JR. 034 

6308 LAKEBEND COURT A S 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 665-1990 

MCGHEE, TERENCE BARCLAY N /IM 011 

7 MCDOWELL STREET A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-7776 

MCGILL, JOHN CHARLES FP 023 

PO BOX 1309 A AC 

KINGS MOUNTAIN 28086 704 739-3681 

MCGILLICUDDY, DENIS MICHAEL ORS 074 

604 MEDICAL DR. A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 758-1777 

MCGIMSEY, JAMES FRANKS, JR. IM /P 012 

WESTERN CAROLINA CENTER L 
ENOLA ROAD 

MORGANTON 28655 704 433-2744 

MCGINNIS, BARRY DOUGLAS R 060 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY A AC 
PO BOX 36937 

CHARLOTTE 28236 704 331-2274 

MCGINNIS, LEE ANN M. AN 060 

P.O. BOX 36351 P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28236 704 338-2372 

MCGIRT, MURPHY FRANK, JR. ORS 054 

KINSTON CLL. NORTH AC 

KINSTON 28501 919 522-4155 

MCGRATH, JAMES STUART FP 032 

3116 N. DUKE ST. C 

DURHAM 27704 919 479-6200 

MCGREGOR, JUDITH CRAIG DR 012 

570 20TH AVENUE CT. NW AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 874-4088 

MCGRORY, EDWARD JOSEPH,JR. OPH 092 

3900 OLD WAKE FOREST ROAD A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-3242 

MCGUIRE, JOHN O'BRIEN GS VS 011 

16 MCDOWELL STREET A * AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-3366 

MCGUIRT, WILLIAM FREDERICK OTO /ON 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4161 

MCILWAIN, THOMAS P. P 026 

1262 OLIVER ST. AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-5151 

MCINNIS, ANGUS GUY FP 079 

1123 S. MAIN STREET AC 

REIDSVILLE 27320 919 342-4286 

MCINTOSH, ARCHIBALD NOCK GP 059 

219 S. MAIN STREET A L 

MARION 28752 704 652-421 1 

MCINTOSH, OVETA B. PD 032 

1811 EASTWOOD DR. AC 

DURHAM 27713 919 683-1316 

MCINTYRE, PAULA RUTH 000 

1853TRYONDR. R 

FAYETTEVILLE 28303 919 323-1152 

MCINTYRE, ROSS WILLIAM AN 034 

FORSYTH MEM. HOSPITAL AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 681-4774 

MCJILTON, ROY ALAN OTO 078 

4303 LUDGATE ST. A P AC 

LUMBERTON 28358 919 738-4226 

MCKAY, CLINTON HULL IM 060 

5135 HARDISON RD. A L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 373-0700 

MCKAY, HAMILTON W., JR. Al 060 

2711 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 400 AC 
P. O. BOX 221189 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-7900 
FAX 704 376-2216 

MCKAY, JAMES HAMILTON WOODROW FP 061 

200 SEVEN MILE RIDGE RD. A AC 

BURNSVILLE 28714 704 675-4116 



MCKAY, MICHAEL DIXON 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD. 

RALEIGH 27609 
MCKEE, LEWIS MIDDLETON 

17 SURREY LN., HOPE VALLEY 

DURHAM 27707 
MCKEEL, MILLARD FILMORE 

445 BILTMORE AVE. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
MCKEITHEN, MURDOCH RITCHIE 

P. O. BOX 1808 

LAURINBURG 28353 
MCKENNA, WILLIAM R. 



GE 092 

AC 

919 872-4850 

IM 032 

A L/RT 

919 489-3262 

NS 011 

L/RT 

704 258-8500 

OBG 083 

A AC 

919 276-4432 

ID 011 

445 BILTMORE CENTER, STE. 404 AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-9635 

MCKENZIE, EDWARD BURT GS 080 

709 BARKER STREET L/RT 

SALISBURY 28144 704 633-3441 

MCKENZIE, SHEPPARD ALLEN, III OBG /IM 092 
3805 COMPUTER DRIVE AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 781-6200 

MCKENZIE, WAYLAND NASH GP 084 

P. O. BOX 248 A * L 

ALBEMARLE 28002 704 982-3312 

MCKEOWN, WILLIAM DAVID IM GER 041 

1511 WESTOVER TERR., STE. 108 A AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 378-9906 

MCKINLEY, PHILIP HOWARD OPH 034 

3111 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-3240 

MCKINNEY, ALEXANDER STUART N 044 

102 HOSPITAL DR. A * AC 

CLYDE 28721 704 452-0331 

MCKINNEY, JOHN J., JR. IM 029 

PIEDMONT INTERNAL MED. PA A AC 

1632 NATIONAL HIGHWAY 
THOMASVILLE 27360 919 885-7311 

MCKINNEY, MARTHA L. 034 

1608 W. NORTHWEST BLVD. #0 A * S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 723-4780 

MCKINNEY, WILLIAM MARKLEY N 034 

BOWMAN GRAY-NEUROLOGY AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4494 

FAX 919 748-4204 

MCKINNON, STEVE MALONE OPH 049 

1308 DAVIE AVE. AC 

PO BOX 991 
STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-1463 

MCKINNON, WILLIAM JAMES GS 004 

501 W. WADE ST, A L/RT 

WADESBORO 28170 

MCKNIGHT, KEVIN MICHAEL 034 

423 BRENT ST. R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4209 

MCKNIGHT, MARTHA ANNE P /CHP 092 

4856 LITTLE FALLS DR. AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 733-6355 

MCLAIN, BILL REID FP 049 

ROUTE #2, BOX 542 A RT 

MOORESVILLE 28115 704 663-3584 

MCLAIN, LEE WILLIAM, JR. N 092 

PO BOX 40999 A AC 

RALEIGH 27629 919 782-3456 

MCLAMB, JOSEPH TIMOTHY ORS 096 

2701 MEDICAL OFFICE PLACE AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 736-2157 

FAX 919 580-0424 

MCLAMB, SAMUEL BAGGETT, JR. IM 096 

201 COX BOULEVARD AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 734-9455 

MCLANAHAN, CHARLES SCOTT NS 060 

1010 EDGEHILL ROAD, N. A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 376-1605 

MCLANE, JAMES W. 034 

1615 NORTHWEST BLVD. A S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 761-1790 

MCLAUGHLIN, JAMES CHARLES OBG 034 

250 CHARLOIS BOULEVARD AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-4730 

MCLEAN, AUGUSTUS ALEXANDER, JR GP 008 
P. O. BOX 98 A L/RT 

MURFREESBORO 27855 919 398-3789 

MCLEAN, HARRY H., Ill FP /EM 074 

RT. #2, BOX 52 AC 

WINTERVILLE 28590 919 757-6841 



90 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



MCLEAN, JONATHAN OWENS CD IM 060 

1718 E. FOURTH ST. #501 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 377-0575 

MCLEAN, MALCOLM PD 060 

2711 RANDOLPH RD. STE. 307 AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 332-6625 

MCLEAN, WALTER COPLEY, JR. OPH 011 

276 E. CHESTNUT ST. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-8978 

FAX 704 251-9150 

MCLEAN, WILLIAM THADDEUS, JR. N /PD 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2316 

MCLEAR, RONALD KENT EM 032 

3200 CROASDAILE DR. STE. 201 A AC 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-0709 

MCLELLAND, ROBERT DR 032 

UNC DEPT. OF RADIOLOGY AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3084 

FAX 919 966-6923 

MCLENDON, WILLIAM WOODARD CLP/PTH 032 

N. C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A AC 
DEPT. OF HOSPITAL LABORATORIES 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2317 

MCLEOD, JONNIE HORN PD 060 

1504 BILTMORE DR. * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 547-2171 

MCLEOD, MARY MARGARET PD /A 053 

P. O. DRAWER 1047 A L/RT 

SANFORD 27330 919 775-7642 

MCLEOD, MELISSA M. 034 

120 VINTAGE AVE. R 

WINSTON-SALEM 27127 919 748-2011 

MCLEOD, MICHAEL EUGENE GE /IM 032 

BOX 3073, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-4046 

MCLEOD, VIDA CANADAY GP 063 

WEYMOUTH APTS., BOX 2001 A L/RT 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 692-0333 

MCLEOD, WILLIAM LESLIE GYN 060 

2711 RANDOLPH ROAD, STE. 305 * L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 372-8020 

MCLESTER, WILLIAM DUMAS OPH /PTH 026 

1635 OWEN DR. #A A P AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-2002 

MCLOUGHLIN, JILL HICKEY IM 060 

217 TRAVIS AVE. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 372-3350 

MCMAHAN, THOMAS KEITH IM /FP 097 

PO BOX 976 A P AC 
1710 PARKWOOD DR.NORTH 

WILKESBORO 28697 919 667-2634 

MCMANUS, HUGH FORREST, JR. IM 092 

3331 WHITE OAK RD. A L 

RALEIGH 27609 919 832-6510 

MCMANUS, KEITH ERIC FP 019 

BOX 380. 801 W. THIRD ST, A P * AC 

SILER CITY 27344 919 663-0085 

FAX 919 663-0289 

MCMILLAN, CAMPBELL WHITE PHO /PD 032 

UNC, DEPT. OF PED. CB #7220 AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3133 

MCMILLAN, JAMES FULFORD P 065 

1301 LIVE OAK PARKWAY A L/RT 

WILMINGTON 28403 919 762-8178 

MCMILLAN, JAMES H. FP 011 

206 ASHELAND AVE. AC 
ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-8681 

MCMILLAN, MARSHALL P. FP 060 

6900 FARMINGDALE DR. AC 

CHARLOTTE 28212 704 536-3286 

MCMILLAN, ROBERT MONROE IM 063 

CCNS, ROYAL DORNOCH LANE 11 A L/RT 

PINEHURST 28374 919 692-6885 

MCMILLAN, THOMAS HENRY, JR. IM 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., STE. 500 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 355-5100 

FAX 704 355-5180 

McMURRAY, CLARENCE McCAIN IM 023 

129 HILLSIDE A L/RT 
SHELBY 28150 704 482-1482 

MCMURRY, AVERY WILLIS GS 023 

207 LEE STREET A P * AC 
SHELBY 28150 919 482-6350 

MCMURRY, DAVID WILLIS IM 013 

130 LAKE CONCORD ROAD A AC 
CONCORD 28025 704 782-3114 



MCNABB, JAMES WILLIAM 

RT. #7, BOX 720 
MOORESVILLE 28115 



MCMURRY, JOHN EUGENE, JR. OTO 065 

2311 DELANEY AVE. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-8754 

MCMURRY, WARREN W. GS /VS 065 

1922 TRADD COURT A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 343-0811 

FAX 919 251-1877 

FP 049 

A AC 

704 664-7328 

FAX 704 664-7783 

MCNAIR, NANCY L. N 074 

2501 STANTONSBURG RD., ECNA A AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-4848 

MCNAMARA, JOHN FRANCIS, II OBG 060 

2711 RANDOLPH ROAD, STE 512 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 333-4104 

MCNAMARA, MICHAEL J. ORS 032 

1227 SEATON RD. #T65 R 

DURHAM 27713 919 684-8111 

MCNAMARA, MICHAEL T. OBG 040 

712 N. ELM ST. A AC 

HIGH POINT 27262 919 889-5422 

MCNEIL, QUINCY ALBERT, JR. OBG 034 

2909 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-2802 

MCNEILL, CLAUDE ACKLE, JR. FP 086 

248 DUTCHMAN CREEK RD. A L/RT 

ELKIN 28621 919 835-2345 

MCNEILL, DONALD DRAKE, JR. PTH /CLP 014 

P. O. DRAWER 680 A AC 

LENOIR 28645 704 754-7063 

MCNIEL, JESSE NEAL P 001 

1602 MEMORIAL DRIVE A P AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 227-1123 

MCNUTT, ROBERT A. IM 032 

7110, 5039 OLD CLINIC BLDG. AC 
UNC, DEPT. OF MEDICINE 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-2276 

MCPHAIL, SCHUBERT DEAN OBG 041 

1517 N. CHURCH ST. A AC 

GREENSBORO 27405 919 379-8460 

MCPHERSON, HARRY THURMAN END /IM 032 

DUKE UNIV. MED. CTR. AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-2186 

MCPHERSON, SAMUEL DACE, JR. OPH 032 

1110 W. MAIN STREET L 

DURHAM 27701 919 682-9341 

MCQUADE, JOHN FRANCIS, III CD 025 

PO BOX 2566 A AC 

NEW BERN 28561 919 633-1010 

MCQUEEN, CHAPMAN T. 032 

101 FRIAR LANE S 

CARRBORO 27510 919 226-9650 

MCQUEEN, FRED DOUGLAS, JR. FP 077 

P. O. DRAWER 1257 AC 

HAMLET 28345 919 895-3138 

MCQUEEN, ROBERT BRUCE, JR. FP 001 

780 WOODY DRIVE AC 

GRAHAM 27253 919 228-1354 

MCRAE, MARVIN EVERETT D 041 

1009 COUNTRY CLUB DR. A L/RT 
GREENSBORO 27408 

MCRAE, WILLIAM KENNETH GP 041 

815 WINVIEW DR. A RT 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 299-7944 

MCREE, CHRISTINE ELLIS CHP 092 

DOROTHEA DIX HOSP.-PSY AC 

RALEIGH 27611 919 733-5344 

MCROBERTS, DEBORAH S. W. FP 062 

104 PROFESSIONAL DR. * AC 
PO BOX 429 

BISCOE 27209 919 428-9607 

MCWHORTER, JOE MAURICE NS 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4020 

MCWHORTER, ROBERT LIGON IM 013 

390 COPPERFIELD BLVD. A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-3135 

FAX 704 782-3149 

MEADOR, PHILIP D., JR. D 091 

MEDICAL SERVICE BLDG. AC 
RUIN CREEK ROAD 

HENDERSON 27536 919 492-2123 

MEADORS, WALTER V., JR. OBG 049 

702 HARTNESS RD. AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-7250 



CD IM 



MEADS, MANSON IM 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A URT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4301 

MEANS, ROBERT LEE GS 034 

4001 PHILPARK DR. L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 
MEANS, WILLIAM ELBERT 

1399 WESTGATE CENTER DR 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MEASE, WILLIS EUGENE 

209 S. CHURCH ST. 

RICHLANDS 28574 
MEBANE, JOHN GILMER 

P. O. BOX 1405 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 
MEDDERS, JAMES DOYLE 

113 JOLLY STREET 

LOUISBURG 27549 
MEDDERS, RUSSELL GLEN 

3100 BLUE RIDGE RD. 

RALEIGH 27607 
MEDINA-WALPOLE, ANNETTE MARIE 

704 SUSSEX AVE. 

SANFORD 27330 
MEDLIN, CHARLES THOMAS 

7012 FARMDALE RD. 

RALEIGH 27610 
MEDOFF, JEFFREY ROY 

520 N. ELAM AVE. 

GREENSBORO 27403 



MEEK, JOE BERNARD 

1300 MEDICAL DRIVE 
FAYETTEVILLE 28304 

MEEKHOF, MARK J. 

245 MEMORIAL DR. 
JACKSONVILLE 28540 

MEGA, LESLY TAMARIN 
DEPT. OF PSYCHIATRY 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
GREENVILLE 27858 

MEGGS, WILLIAM JOEL 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
GREENVILLE 27858 



034 

AC 

919 768-4261 

FP 067 

A P * AC 

919 324-3105 

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A L'RT 

704 287-3515 

GP /CD 035 

A * AC 

919 496-4250 

OTO 092 

AC 

919 787-1374 

IM 032 

R 

919 775-1418 

FP 092 

A AC 

919 772-3266 

GE 041 

A P AC 

919 547-1700 

FAX 919 547-1717 

ORS 026 

AC 

919 484-2171 

FAX 919 484-4568 

OBG 067 

A AC 

919 353-4333 

CHP IP 074 

A AC 



518 SANDHURST DR 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
MEHTA, NALIN CHIMANLAL 

815 N. THIRD ST. 

ALBEMARLE 28001 
MEHTA, VIJAYKUMAR B. 

518 SANDHURST DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
MEIS, PAUL JEAN 

BOWMAN GRAY.DEPT. OF OBG 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MELARAGNO, HELEN P. 

2001 E. FIFTH STREET 

CHARLOTTE 28204 
MELCHIOR, JOSEPHINE T. 

1124 NIBLICK DRIVE 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 
MELERO, ANDRES TARCISIO 

P. O. BOX 28 

ROXBORO 27573 
MELLEY, OFELIA NICKEL 

PO BOX 625 

PINEHURST 28374 
MELSER, MARC ALAN 

720 JEFFERSON ST. 

WHITEVILLE 28472 
MELTON, GWENESTA BARNUM 

1756 METROMEDICAL DR. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
MELTON, JAMES DURANT 

ROUTE #3, BOX 50 

MORGANTON 28655 
MELTON, KATHERINE ROSE 

1900 RANDOLPH RD. #906 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
MELTON, KENNETH 

PO BOX 42736 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 



919 551-2673 
Al /IM 074 
AC 
919 551-2562 
FAX 919 551-2012 
MEHTA, HASUMATI VIJAYKUMAR FP /OBG 026 



AC 

919 323-4091 

IM /ON 084 

AC 

704 983-3508 

HEM /ON 026 

AC 

919 323-4091 

OBG NPM 034 

AC 

919 748-4039 

FP 060 

AC 

704 373-1663 

PD 098 

L/RT 

919 442-8290 

GS /TS 073 

A AC 

919 599-2953 

FP 063 

AC 

919 295-1240 

U 024 

A AC 

919 642-5832 

IM RHU 026 

A AC 

919 323-1322 

FP 012 

A AC 

704 437-9401 

GS /GYN 060 

RT 

704 332-6756 

NEP /IM 026 

A AC 

919 484-8114 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



91 



MELUCK, ANTHONY MATTHEW AN 049 

715-D HARTNESS RD. AC 

STATESVILLE 28677 704 873-5651 

MELTZER, MORTON FP /P 092 

ROUTE 1, BOX 231 -A A P AC 

CAMERON 28326 919 245-4819 

MELVIN, TERESA BOWEN 060 

CAROLINAS MED. CTR. A R 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 338-2000 

MELVIN, WINSLOW BRITT AN 074 

RT. #1. BOX 92- A A AC 

WINTERVILLE 28590 919 355-3383 

MENACHEM, ALLAN IM GE 024 

903 JEFFERSON ST. AC 

WHITEVILLE 28472 919 642-6121 

FAX 919 642-8451 

MENARD, MARY KATHRYN OBG 032 

406 CATE HOUSE LN. C 

DURHAM 27707 919 966-1274 

MENDELSOHN, STEVEN LOUIS RHU /IM 011 

445 BILTMORE CTR., STE. 306 AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-9533 

MENSCER, DARLYNE FP GER 060 

DEPT. OF FAMILY PRACTICE A P * AC 

CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER 

CHARLOTTE 28232 704 355-3172 

FAX 704 355-3116 

MEREDITH, JAY WAYNE TRS TS 034 

BOWMAN GRAY-SURGERY A AC 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-2011 

FAX 919 748-5414 

MEREDITH, JESSE HEDGEPETH GS TS 034 

BOWMAN GRAY-SURGERY A * AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4278 

MERLO, RICHARD BARTLETT R /NM 086 

773 BROOKWOOD DRIVE A AC 

ELKIN 28621 919 835-3722 

MEROD, MARJORIE E. R. OBG 092 

4024 JOHN S. RABATEAU WYND A AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 782-9005 

MERRILL, JEFFREY R. FP 000 

212 E. BESSEMER AVE. #A R 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-3900 

MERRILL, RICHARD HOSMER NEP /IM 074 

DEPT. OF MEDICINE AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2545 

MERTESDORF, JAMES MICHAEL GE 065 

1515 DOCTORS CIRCLE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-1219 

MERWARTH, CHARLES RICHARD IM /A 092 

515 MARLOWE RD AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-7500 

MESROBIAN, HRAIR-GEORGE U 032 

428 BURNETT-WOMACK.229H A * AC 

UNO SCH. OF MED. CB #7235 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-6686 

MESSENHEIMER, JOHN ANDREW N 032 

UNO DEPT. OF NEUROLOGY A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3707 

MESSER, BERNIECE REDMOND 074 

110 MARTHA LOOP A S 

FARMVILLE 27828 919 753-5671 

MESSICK, CATHERINE H. IM 006 

PO BOX 1568 AC 

BANNER ELK 28604 704 898-6201 

MESSICK, WILLIAM JOSEPH GS /VS 006 

PO BOX 1568 AC 

MTN. SPECIALITY HEALTH CARE 

BANNER ELK 28604 704 898-6201 

MESSNER, DANIEL K. OPH 063 

2170 MIDLAND RD. AC 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 295-2100 

METZGER, GEORGE ANDREW IM /NEP 014 

322 MULBERRY ST., SW AC 

POBOX 1020 

LENOIR 28645 704 758-5544 

METZGER, W. JAMES IM /Al 074 

DEPT. OF MED.ALLERGY AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-2562 

MEYER, ANDREW FREDERIC AN 032 

BOX 3083, DUKE MED. CENTER AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 681-6526 



MEYER, ANDREW HOYT 

7307-106 CALIBRE PARK DR. 

DURHAM 27707 
MEYER, CLINTON LOUIS 

1202 MEDICAL CENTER DR. 

WILMINGTON 28401 
MEYER, DAVID DAVIS 

1800 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

MEYER, GEORGE WRIGHT 

1106 HILLANDALE ROAD 

DURHAM 27705 
MEYER, JOHN A. 

202 DOCTORS BLDG. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
MEYER, PAUL FREDRICK 

10 MEDICAL PARK DR., STE. 2 

LEXINGTON 27292 
MEYER, ROBERT SWENSON 

208 N. HERMAN ST. 

GOLDSBORO 27530 
MEYERDIERKS, ELIZABETH M. 

1103 N. ELM ST. 

GREENSBORO 27401 
MEYERS, JAMES HOWARD 

2540 EMPIRE DR. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MEYERS, WILLIAM CLARK 

BOX 3041, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
MEYERSON, MARTIN BENJAMIN 

PO BOX 4574 

WILMINGTON 28406 
MEYMANDI, ASSAD 

1212 WALTER REED ROAD 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
MEZER, HOWARD CABITT 

301 E. WENDOVER AVE. #400 

GREENSBORO 27401 
MICHAEL, DOUGLAS WORTH 

PO BOX 1239 

CONOVER 28613 
MICHAL, DAVID HILL 

521 BROOKDALE DR. 

STATESVILLE 28677 
MICHAL, RICHARD GLENN 

1041 NOELL LANE, STE. 101 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 



032 

A R 

919 684-8111 
GE /IM 065 
AC 
919 341-3345 
034 
AC 
919 768-1860 
FAX 919 760-3868 
OPH 032 
A L 

919 286-9663 
AN 011 
A AC 

704 254-1969 
FP 029 
A AC 

704 249-3329 
FP 096 
A AC 

919 734-5600 
HS ORS 041 
A AC 

919 378-0811 
PTH 034 
AC 
919 760-4620 
GS ABS 032 
A AC 

919 684-6437 
TR 065 
AC 
919 251-1839 
P /N 026 
A P * AC 
919 485-6166 
OBG /END 041 
A AC 

919 273-2835 
FP 018 
A AC 

704 464-3821 
IM /NEP 049 
AC 
704 878-6640 
FP 064 
AC 
919 443-3133 



MILLER, ANDREW CLEVELAND,III 

311 W. THIRD AVENUE 

GASTONIA 28052 
MILLER, DAVID CHARLES 

123 HOSPITAL DR. 

TARBORO 27886 
MILLER, DAVID EDMOND 

CENTRAL MEDICAL PARK 

2609 N. DUKE ST., STE. 403 

DURHAM 27704 
MILLER, DAVID EDWARD 

5216 DEERCHASE TR. 

WAKE FOREST 27587 
MILLER, DONALD STUART 

1405-B N. LAFAYETTE STREET 

SHELBY 28150 
MILLER, DUDLEY 

150 ROBESON STREET 

FAYETTEVILLE 28301 
MILLER, EDITH HAMILTON 

1350 S. KINGS DRIVE 

CHARLOTTE 28207 
MILLER, EMERY CLYDE, JR. 

1905 W. FIRST ST. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 
MILLER, GEORGE JOHN, JR. 

1207 HIGHLAND DRIVE 

WASHINGTON 27889 
MILLER, GEORGE ROLFE 

1040 PARAMOUNT CIR. 

GASTONIA 28052 
MILLER, HAROLD MELTON 

4367 WEDDINGTON RD. 

CONCORD 28025 
MILLER, HENRY SHELTON, JR. 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MILLER, HERSEY EUGENE 

707 BRYANT ST. 

STATESVILLE 28677 
tMILLER, HORACE WILLIAM, JR. 

1766 METROMEDICAL DR. 

DECEASED--1 1-20-90 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 
MILLER, HORACE WM. MARK, IV 

117 MAGNOLIA AVE. 

FAYETTEVILLE 28305 



FP 



036 

AC 
704 865-4231 
ORS 033 
A P AC 

919 823-7212 
CD /IM 032 
A * AC 

919 471-8441 

OBG 092 

AC 

919 755-8976 

/HEM 023 

AC 

704 482-8936 

ADM /OBG 026 

A AC 

919 483-3156 

IM /END 060 

AC 

704 372-8750 

END /IM 034 

A L7RT 

919 723-5636 

ORS 007 

A P AC 

919 946-6513 

ORS 036 

A L/RT 

704 865-6487 

EM /FP 013 

AC 

704 786-21 1 1 

CD /IM 034 

AC 

919 748-4467 

OTO /HNS 049 

A AC 

704 873-5224 

IM /CD 026 



919 483-7090 
PS 026 

P AC 

919 323-1203 



MICHAL, WILLIAM NORWOOD, JR. PD 040 

624 QUAKER LANE. SUITE 200-A A AC 
HIGH POINT 27262 

MICHALAK, DANIEL PETER OBG 098 

1700 S. TARBORO ST. A AC 

WILSON 27893 919 291-9010 

MICHALETS, JAMES PATRICK 032 

1315 MORREENE RD. #6J R 

DURHAM 27705 919 684-8111 

MIDDLEBROOK, MARGARET T. 034 

1533 BAYCHESTER AVE. S 
NORFOLK, VA 23503 

MIDDLETON, R. BRUCE GS 034 

2915 LYNDHURST AVE. AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-5221 

MIKUS, KEVIN PETER FP 018 

POBOX 1239 A AC 

CONOVER 28613 704 464-3821 

MILAM, WILLIAM FREER PTH 023 

PO BOX 1268 A AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-3147 

MILES, DAVID RALPH GS/TS 065 

1414 MEDICAL CENTER DR. A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-7363 

MILES, JOHN RALPH, JR. GS /VS 036 

211 S. CHESTNUT ST. AC 

GASTONIA 28054 704 867-8975 

MILL, MICHAEL ROBERT TS /GS 032 

UNO CB 7065 A AC 

DIV. OF CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-3381 

FAX 919 966-3475 

MILLER, ALMA ELIZABETH P /IM 012 

POBOX 18 AC 
BROUGHTON HOSPITAL 

MORGANTON 28655 704 637-2729 



MILLER, HOWARD EDWARD 

723 EDITH STREET 
BURLINGTON 27215 

MILLER, IRA BEN 

1312 LONG ST., STE. 103 
HIGH POINT 27262 

MILLER, JOEL BYRON 
P. O. DRAWER 38 
HICKORY 28603 

MILLER, JOSEPH KEITH 

606 N. ELM ST. 
HIGH POINT 27262 

MILLER, JOSHUA SETH 

PO BOX 32861 

CHARLOTTE 28232 
MILLER, LARRY ROBERT 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

DEPT. OF PATHOLOGY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MILLER, MARK F. 

1106 N. DUKE ST. #A 

DURHAM 27701 
MILLER, MICHAEL JOHN 

BOX 31040, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
MILLER, MICHAEL RAY 

750 HARTNESS RD., STE E 

STATESVILLE 28677 
MILLER, NORMAN ERIC 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MILLER, ORLANDO PHIL 

P. O. BOX 10707 

RALEIGH 27605 
MILLER, PAUL KING 

111 DALEWOOD DR. #2 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 



FAX 919 483-1130 

ORS 001 

AC 

919 227-4256 

IM 040 

A AC 

919 884-5888 

OBG 018 

AC 

704 322-4140 

FAX 704 322-3767 

N 040 

A AC 

919 889-8877 

FAX 919 885-2060 

AN 060 

A P AC 

704 377-5772 

PTH 034 

AC 

919 748-2637 

032 

R 

919 682-6033 

IM /CD 032 

A R 

919 684-8111 

FP 049 

AC 

704 872-0174 

END IM 034 

AC 

919 748-2076 

ORS 092 

A AC 

919 781-5600 

034 

A S 



92 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



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MILLER, PHILIP RAIFORD IM /CD 092 

3100 BLUE RIDGE RD. P AC 

RALEIGH 27612 919 781-7500 

MILLER, ROBERT EVANS ORS 060 

825 ARDSLEY RD. * L/RT 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 373-0544 

MILLER, ROBERT MICHAEL FP 023 

1198 WYKE ROAD AC 

SHELBY 28150 704 487-1148 

FAX 204 487-7753 

MILLER, STEPHEN MAURICE FP /EM 041 

603 DOLLY MADISON AC 

GREENSBORO 27410 919 294-6190 

MILLER, WALTON H., JR. GS /GYN 096 

618 BROOKWOOD LANE A L'RT 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 734-1141 

MILLER, WILLIAM CAREY, JR. R 026 

1653 BANBURY DRIVE AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-6881 

MILLER, WILLIAM STACEY D 092 

3803-A COMPUTER DR. A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 782-2152 

MILLIGAN, RICHARD PATRICK IM 056 

8 RIVERVIEW ST., STE. 101 A AC 

FRANKLIN 28734 704 369-4158 

MILLING, JAMES REAVES FP 044 

718 BRUNSWICK DRIVE AC 

WAYNESVILLE 28786 704 456-5566 

MILLNS, DALE THOMAS U 025 

213 JOHNSON ST. L/RT 

NEW BERN 28560 919 637-4788 

MILLS, JOHN FRANKLIN FP 091 

RUIN CREEK ROAD AC 

HENDERSON 27536 919 492-3152 

MILLS, MICHAEL KENNETH OBG 034 

3402 DONEGAL DR. AC 

CLEMMONS 27012 919 766-8697 

MILLS, RANDOLPH DENNIS FP 091 

RUIN CREEK RD. AC 
MEDICAL ARTS CTR. 

HENDERSON 27536 919 492-3152 

MILLS, STEPHEN ALAN CDS /TS 034 

3320 PADDINGTON LANE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27106 919 748-4488 

MILLS, WARDELL HARDEE OPH 041 

1202 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE A L'RT 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 274-3391 

MILLWARD, DAVID KENT CD /IM 092 

3320 WAKE FOREST RD. AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 872-4850 

MILNER, THOMAS HAMILTON, III DR 034 

3155 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 773-3877 

MILTICH, MICHAEL FIEGEL OTO /HNS 060 

1600 E. THIRD STREET * AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 358-4120 

MILTON, BERNARD GERALD FP 084 

123 W. THIRD ST. A P AC 

OAKBORO 28129 704 983-4590 

MILTON, CECIL JEROME ORS 060 

1718 E. FOURTH ST. STE. 701 A * AC 
PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL TOWER 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 334-0809 

MILTON, DAVID THOMAS DR 011 

445 BILTMORE, STE. 301 A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-5161 

MIMS, GROVER RAY, III AN 034 

2580 COUNTRY CLUB ROAD A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 748-5555 

MINARD, RAYMOND BRUCE AN 074 

3608 COVENTRY CT. A AC 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 756-9168 

MINCEY, GREGORY JULIAN OPH 063 

2170 MIDLAND ROAD AC 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 295-2100 

MINICK, RUSSELL CLARK FP 034 

1504 WILLIAMS RD. AS 
LEWISVILLE 27023 

MINKIN, BRUCE IRVING HS 011 

20 MCDOWELL ST. A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-0847 

MINOGUE, MICHAEL F. 032 

213-ABRIDGEF1ELD PL. A S 

DURHAM 27705 919 383-7721 



R 


036 


A 


AC 


704 864-4378 


GYN 


054 




AC 


919 527-5500 


PD 


023 


A 


AC 


704 482-1435 


OBG/GO 


074 




AC 


919 551 


4201 


IM 


020 




AC 


704 837-269 


OPH 


032 



MINTZ, ROBERT DAVID 
POBOX 1495 
GASTON RADIOLOGY, PA 
GASTONIA 28054 

MINTZ, RUDOLPH IVEY, JR. 
1906 STANTON ROAD 
KINSTON 28501 

MINUS, JOSEPH SHEPPARD 
101 GROVER STREET 
SHELBY 28150 

MISAS, JOSE ENRIQUE 
ECU, DEPT. OF OB-GYN 
GREENVILLE 27858 

MITCHELL, BRIAN P. 
PO BOX 158 
MURPHY 28902 

MITCHELL, CALVIN HARRISON 

BOX 3802, DUKE UNIV. EYE CTR. A * AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-3771 

MITCHELL, JOHN SCOTT FP 064 

1041 NOELL LANE, STE. 101 AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27804 919 443-3133 

MITCHELL, JOYCE MARIE EM /IM 074 

DEPT. OF EMERGENCY MED A AC 
ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4757 

MITCHELL, LANDIS PATTERSON FP 081 

113 W. MAIN ST. A * L 

SPINDALE 28160 704 286-2391 

MITCHELL, LEWIS DEAN FP 041 

301 E. WENDOVER AVE.. STE. 310 AC 

GREENSBORO 27401 919 379-1156 

MITCHELL, NEIL PATRICK P 026 

1285 OLIVER ST. A AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 484-4126 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM E. GS /GP 087 

P. O. BOX 760 AC 

BRYSON CITY 28713 704 488-2283 

MITCHENER, CALVIN CHAMBERS D 060 

1600 E. FIFTH STREET A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28204 704 376-1523 

MITCHENER, JAMES SAMUEL, JR. GS 083 

P.O. BOX 1808 A AC 

LAURINBURG 28353 919 276-3541 

MIYAKE, CAROL ELIZABETH IM /END 032 

10 SEDGEWOOD RD. AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 479-6270 

MIYAZAKI. DOUGLAS WAYNE 034 

204 RIDGEHAVEN DR. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 724-6594 

MOBLEY, THOMAS BARNETT, III U 065 

236 BEACH ROAD, NORTH A AC 

WILMINGTON 28405 800 682-7971 

MOCK, DAVID CARLTON GP 029 

PO BOX 583, RT. #3 L/RT 

LEXINGTON 27292 704 787-4492 

MODEST, VICKI ELLEN 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. S 
STUDENT BOX 
WINSTON-SALEM 27103 

MODROW, PETER ALBERT AN /P 092 

805 FAULKNER PLACE A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876-0581 

MOELLER, ARLYN MCCLAY FP 026 

118 POMPTON DRIVE AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 424-6104 

MOELLER, GARLAND RADFORD RHU /IM 025 

532 WEBB BLVD. A AC 

HAVELOCK 28532 919 447-7088 

MOELLER, MARK BOLTON ID /IM 025 

P. O. BOX 68 A AC 

POLLOCKSVILLE 28573 919 633-1010 

MOELLER, MICHAEL JOHN IM /CD 065 

1515 DOCTORS CIRCLE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-5182 

MOELLER, WENDY PAULSON GE /IM 025 

P. O BOX 68 AC 

POLLOCKSVILLE 28573 919 633-1010 

FAX 919 633-1010 

MOFFATT, ELIZABETH JAYNE 032 

910 CONSTITUTION DR. 3305 R 

DURHAM 27705 919 684-5112 

MOFFATT, ROBERT CARR ON /GS 011 

445 BILTMORE CTR., STE.102 A * AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 258-2464 



MOFRAD, ALI SABOORTINAT PD /PHO 055 

113 DOCTORS PARK AC 

LINCOLNTON 28092 704 735-1441 

MOHAMED, ADEL WAGDI U 051 

415 N. SEVENTH STREET A AC 

SMITHFIELD 27577 919 934-5955 

MOHEREK, ROBIN MARIE 074 

329 LINDSAY DR. #5-l S 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 355-8718 

MOHR, JACK ELMER OBG 032 

706 WELLINGTON DRIVE AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 967-1441 

MOHR, LINDA CHAPPELL OBG 092 

3220 WAKE FOREST RD. A AC 

RALEIGH 27609 919 876-8225 

MOKRIS, JEFFREY GEORGE ORS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 A P AC 

CHARLOTTE 28203 704 373-0544 

MOLTER, DARRON JOSEPH FP 035 

98 BULLOCK ST A AC 

FRANKLINTON 27525 919 494-1000 

MOLTER, DAVID W. OTO 032 

2730 MONTGOMERY ST. A R 

DURHAM 27705 919 684-8111 

MONCLA, ALFRED MARIE OBG 070 

1134 N. ROAD STREET AC 

ELIZABETH CITY 27909 919 338-2151 

MONG, JAMES ARTHUR OBG 092 

4420 LAKE BOONE TR., STE. 302 AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 832-5529 

MONROE, CHARLES T. PD /PH 074 

1825 W. SIXTH ST. AC 

GREENVILLE 27834 919 752-4141 

MONROE, CLEMENT ROSENBURG GS 063 

1475 MIDLAND RD. A L/RT 
#18 MIDDLETON PL. 

SOUTHERN PINES 28387 919 692-4888 

MONROE, EDWIN WALL IM 074 

1257 KENT PLACE LN. A P * AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 723-1456 

MONROE, GEORGE CLARKE, III IM 013 

470 LAKE CONCORD RD. AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 786-7122 

MONROE, JOHN HOWARD GYN 034 

236 PLYMOUTH AVE. L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 765-2802 

MONROE, JOHN LAUCHLIN OTO /HNS 063 

PINEHURST SURGICAL CLINIC A AC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-2161 

MONROE, JOHN THADDEUS, JR. P /PYA 032 

1829 E. FRANKLIN ST.. 1100-A A AC 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 967-5289 

MONROE, LANCE TRUMAN OBG OBS 013 

476 CAMROSE CIRCLE, NE A L 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-3717 

MONROE, WILLIAM MURCHISON OPH 074 

DOCTORS PK, STE. I A AC 
STANTONSBURG ROAD 
GREENVILLE 27834 

MONSON, DONALD MALVIN 
PO BOX 309 
ROXBORO 27573 

MONSON, ROBERT CHARLES, II 
3535 RANDOLPH RD., STE. 201-W 
CHARLOTTE 28211 

MONSON, STEVEN ROBERT 
1000 BLYTHE BLVD. 
CHARLOTTE 28232 

MONTANA, GUSTAVO SANTOS 
DUMC-RADIATION ONC. 
DURHAM 27710 



MONTEITH, LINDA GAIL 

DOCTORS PARK APTS. L14 

GREENVILLE 27834 
MONTERO-PEARSON, PER M. 

PO BOX 407 

MOCKSVILLE 27028 
MONTES, ANITA CLAIRE 

210 13TH AVE. PL. NW 

HICKORY 28601 
MONTGOMERY, JAMES HUGH 

445 BILTMORE CTR., STE. 301 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
MONTGOMERY, STEPHEN PAUL 

P. O. BOX 10707 

RALEIGH 27605 



919 758-4166 
R 073 
A AC 

919 597-9101 
GS /VS 060 
AC 
704 364-8100 
EM 060 
C 
704 355-3181 
TR 032 
A AC 

919 684-6183 
FAX 919 684-3953 
074 
S 
919 758-2124 
GS 034 
AC 
704 634-6121 
OBG 018 
AC 
704 322-3017 
R/IM 011 
A * AC 

704 255-3565 
ORS 092 
A AC 

919 781-5600 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



93 



MONTGOMERY, WAYNE SWOPE 

129 MCDOWELL ST. 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM GARDNER 

2932 LYNDHURST AVE. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 
MOODY, DIXON MCGUIRE 

BOWMAN GRAY-RADIOLOGY 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 



MOON, JAMES PATRICK 

1054 BURRAGE RD. NE 

CONCORD 28025 
MOON, RICHARD E. 

BOX 3094, DUMC 

DURHAM 27710 
MOON, SAMUEL DAVID 

106 BASKERVILLE CIRCLE 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 
MOORE, ARL VAN, JR. 

CHARLOTTE RADIOLOGY 

PO BOX 36937 

CHARLOTTE 28236 



ORS 011 

AC 

704 258-8800 

U 034 

A AC 

919 765-4021 

DR 034 

AC 

919 748-4435 

FAX 919 748-2029 

OBG 013 

A AC 

704 788-4151 

AN /PUD 032 

A AC 

919 681-5805 

OM 032 

R 

919 286-3232 

DR 060 

A * AC 



704 365-0343 
FAX 704 362-7081 
074 
A R 

919 753-2015 
GYN /ON 032 
A * AC 



MOORE, CAROL ANN 

106 SCALES PL. #M-5 
GREENVILLE 27834 

MOORE, DAVID HARRY 
UNO DIV. OF GYN-ONC 
CB 7570, MACNIDER BLDG. 

CHAPEL HILL 27599 919 966-1195 

MOORE, DAVID HUDDLER PD /ID 060 

7110 LAWYERS ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28227 704 568-6500 

MOORE, DONALD WILSON FP 079 

401 W. DECATUR ST. AC 

MADISON 27025 919 548-9618 

MOORE, EDWARD EUGENE OPH 011 

3 DOCTOR'S PARK L 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 252-6741 

MOORE, FREDERICK E. FP 001 

RT. #1, BOX 259 AC 

PROVIDENCE 27315 919 694-4129 

MOORE, GEORGE HORACE FP 092 

833 DURHAM RD., STE. C AC 

WAKE FOREST 27587 919 556-6762 

MOORE, GLENNDALE 092 

PO BOX 28510 AC 

RALEIGH 27611 919 828-3466 

MOORE, HORACE GREELEY, JR. GS /TS 065 

1414 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE A AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-7363 

MOORE, JACK CLARK, II FP 013 

888 N. CHURCH ST. A AC 

CONCORD 28025 704 786-3122 

MOORE, JEFFREY KEVIN ORS 016 

15 MEDICAL PARK AC 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 919 247-2101 

MOORE, JOHN ANDREW IM /RHU 041 

1511 WESTOVER TERRACE AC 

GREENSBORO 27408 919 373-0951 

MOORE, JOHN HERBERT, III GE /IM 060 

2015 RANDOLPH RD. #208 A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-4009 

MOORE, LAWRENCE WHITE, JR. OPH 032 

1110 W. MAIN STREET AC 

DURHAM 27701 919 682-9341 

MOORE, PAUL MILTON, JR. FP 007 

619 E. 12TH STREET AC 

WASHINGTON 27889 919 946-1146 

MOORE, PIERCE JONES, JR GS 045 

#1 P.J.'S PLACE A L 

HENDERSONVILLE 28792 704 687-0355 

MOORE, RALPH BRYAN, JR. PD 065 

CHILDREN'S CLINIC AC 
1920 16TH STREET 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-2072 

MOORE, ROBERT ALEX, JR. NS 065 

1404 MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-6578 

MOORE, ROBERT ALEXANDER, III IM /NEP 065 

1302 MEDICAL CENTER DR. A * AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 343-9800 

MOORE, ROBERT MORGAN ORS 065 

2001 S. 17TH STREET AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 763-7344 



MOORE, RONALD ALVIN IM /ON 025 

702 NEWMAN ROAD A AC 

MCCARTHY SQUARE 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-5333 

MOORE, STALEY COOK FP 025 

810 KENNEDY AVE. A AC 

NEW BERN 28560 919 633-1678 

MOORE, THOMAS JOSEPH ORS 060 

1001 BLYTHE BLVD., #200 A AC 
CHARLOTTE 28203 

MOORE, THOMAS PHILLIP R 067 

ONSLOW MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A AC 

JACKSONVILLE 28540 919 577-2274 

MOORE, THOMAS ROBERT 032 

510 E. FRANKLIN ST. A S 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 942-6406 

MOORE, WILLIAM DONALD FP 043 

PO BOX 819 * L 

COATS 27521 919 897-6423 

MOORE, WILLIAM LOCKE PD 041 

616 PASTEUR DRIVE A AC 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 292-1353 

MOOREFIELD, WM. GUERRANT, JR. ORS 060 

120 PROVIDENCE ROAD A AC 
CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-0351 

MOORING, FRANKLIN J. DR 081 

PO BOX 886 AC 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 704 287-2984 

MOORING, STEWART LEE R /NM 081 

RUTHERFORD HOSPITAL DE 

RUTHERFORDTON 28139 704 286-5232 

MOORMAN, CLAUDE T„ III ORS 032 

3227 COACHMAN'S WAY R 

DURHAM 27705 919 684-8111 

MOOSE, NANCY ELIZABETH 074 

121 HUNTINGRIDGE RD A * S 
GREENVILLE 27834 919 830-5172 

MORADIAN, GLENN PETER R 026 

1329 ROBESON ST. C 

FAYETTEVILLE 28304 919 323-2012 

MORAN, DEBORAH HOLDEN AN 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. A AC 
DEPT. OF ANES. 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 760-5259 

MORCOS, VICTOR HANNA P 041 

522 N. ELAM AVE., STE. 203 AC 

GREENSBORO 27403 919 854-2391 

MOREHEAD, ROBERT PAGE PTH 034 

1051 ARBOR ROAD A L/RT 

WINSTON-SALEM 27104 919 722-2879 

MORELL, ROBERT CRAIG AN 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD. AC 
DEPT. OF ANESTHESIA 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4498 

MORELL, VENITA WEAVER FP 034 

300 S. HAWTHORNE RD A C 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 748-4479 

MORESCHI, RAFAEL MARIANO IM /CD 092 

105-A KILMAYNE DR. A P AC 

CARY 27511 919 467-2253 

MORESS, RALPH LOUIS P 026 

P. O. BOX 2068 A P AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28302 919 323-0601 

MORETZ, FRANK HANNON AN 011 

202 DOCTOR'S BUILDING A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-1969 

MORETZ, JOSEPH ALFRED.III ORS 018 

250 18TH ST. CIRCLE, SE AC 

HICKORY 28602 704 322-5172 

MOREWITZ, NANCY D. N 018 

420 N. CENTER ST. A AC 

HICKORY 28601 704 327-0553 

MORGAN, BENJAMIN EDWARD GYN 064 

200 NASH MEDICAL ARTS MALL A AC 

ROCKY MOUNT 27801 919 443-5941 

FAX 919 443-7059 

MORGAN, HERMAN GRADY, JR. PD 065 

1920 S. 16TH ST. AC 

WILMINGTON 28401 919 762-3942 

MORGAN, JAMES SILL GE /IM 011 

30 CHOCTAW ST. AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 254-0881 

MORGAN, JOEL CLARENCE CDS /TS 034 

2827 LYNDHURST AVE. .STE. 205 A AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 768-9510 



MORGAN, JOHN GARLAND 

101 CLINIC DR. 
TARBORO 27886 
MORGAN, NANCY ELAINE 



GS /VS 033 

A AC 

919 823-2105 

FP 014 



401 MULBERRY ST., SW, STE. 200 AC 

LENOIR 28645 704 754-0707 

MORGAN, RALPH SILER CD /IM 050 

PO BOX 328 A L/RT 

WEBSTER 28788 704 586-2134 

MORGAN, RICHARD EARL GS 025 

701 NEWMAN RD. AC 

NEW BERN 28562 919 633-2081 

FAX 919 633-3446 

MORICLE, CHARLES HUNTER GS /ABS 079 

1223 CRESCENT DR. A L/RT 

REIDSVILLE 27320 919 349-8590 

MORRELL, ROBERT X., JR. PM 092 

3000 NEW BERN AVE. AC 

WAKE REHABILITATION HOSPITAL 

RALEIGH 27610 919 250-8757 

FAX 919 250-8791 

MORRIS, ARTHUR SHERMAN, JR. OBG 011 

80 VICTORIA ROAD A AC 

ASHEVILLE 28801 704 255-8900 

MORRIS, DAVID PERRY AM 060 

6958 FOLGER DR. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28226 704 364-4798 

MORRIS, GEORGE THOMAS ARNOLD IM 001 

711 HERMITAGE ROAD A AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 226-9317 

MORRIS, JAMES FRANCIS PD 096 

P. O. BOX 1153 AC 

GOLDSBORO 27530 919 734-4014 

MORRIS, JAMES JOSEPH, JR. CD /IM 032 

BOX 2993, DUMC AC 

DURHAM 27710 919 684-4329 

MORRIS, JOHN LOUIS FP 051 

PO BOX 699 AC 

BENSON 27504 9 1 9 894-20 1 1 

MORRIS, KENNY JORDAN R 065 

216 OYSTER BAY LN. A AC 

WILMINGTON 28409 919 343-7069 

MORRIS, LESLIE MORGAN R 036 

3636 BRENTWOOD DR. A L/RT 

GASTON I A 58056 704 865-4430 

MORRIS, MARSHALL G., JR. GS /TS 041 

806 NOTTINGHAM DR. L/RT 
GREENSBORO 27403 

MORRIS, MARY LIDE R /NM 001 

440 CEDARWOOD DRIVE A AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 584-9872 

MORRIS, RAE HENDERSON GS 013 

111 LOUISE DRIVE, S.E. A L/RT 

CONCORD 28025 704 782-4918 

MORRISEY, LEMONT FP 001 

723 EDITH STREET AC 

BURLINGTON 27215 919 229-4791 

MORRISON, FRANK CRAWFORD GP 044 

P. O. BOX 1549, MEDICAL BLDG. A AC 

CANTON 28716 704 648-5215 

MORRISON, HUGH MAXWELL, JR. OPH 063 

P. O BOX 460 A P * AC 

PINEHURST 28374 919 295-6809 

MORRISON, LEON MACMILLAN OBG 016 

16 MEDICAL PARK AC 

MOREHEAD CITY 28557 919 247-4297 

MORRISON, ROBERT HOLCOMBE OBG 026 

331 FAIRFIELD RD. A L/RT 

FAYETTEVILLE 28303 919 867-1044 

MORRISON, ROGER WILLIAM PTH /CLP 011 

4 LUCKY LANE A L/RT 

ASHEVILLE 28804 704 252-4868 

MORROW, JERRY F. P 026 

CUMBERLAND HOSPITAL * AC 

FAYETTEVILLE 28309 919 485-7181 

MORROW, JOHN HOWARD FP 049 

PO BOX 727 A C 

TROUTMAN 28166 704 528-3846 

MORROW, PHILLIP RAY, JR. 034 

2153 ROYAL DR. S 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 476-5460 

MORROW, SARAH TAYLOR PH /PD 092 

3304 WADE AVE. * AC 

RALEIGH 27607 919 851-8888 

MORTON, DUNCAN, JR. PDS 060 

2104 RANDOLPH ROAD AC 

CHARLOTTE 28207 704 377-3900 



94 



NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL JOURNAL 



MOSELEY, JAMES RENNIE 


FP 092 


340 N. MAIN STREET 


AC 


WAKE FOREST 27587 


919 556-4826 


MOSELEY, ROBERT GALLOWAY 


PD 092 


BOX 7304, NCSU-S.H.S. 


AC 


RALEIGH 27695 


919 737-2563 


MOSELEY, WALTON STROZIER 


032 


RT. #7, BOX210-G 


S 


RALEIGH 27614 


919 286-3311 


MOSER, WADE HAUSER, JR. 


DR 092 


CAPITAL RADIOLOGY ASSOC. 


A AC 


P. 0. BOX 17947 




RALEIGH 27619 


919 847-8564 


MOSES, JOHN W., JR. 


PD 032 


1210 MANGUM ST. 


AC 


DURHAM 27701 


919 688-5463 


MOSKOWITZ, MARK SANDERS 


GS /VS 036 


1089 X-RAY DR. 


AC 


GASTONIA 28054 


704 864-8377 




r AX 704 867-3179 


MOSS, GEORGE OREN 


GP /PH 081 


ROUTE #1, BOX 397 JJ 


A L/RT 


BOSTIC 28018 


704 245-2853 


MOSS, PAUL N. 


GP 014 


C-29-6,167 HUNTINGTON DR. 


AC 


HUDSON 28638 


704 728-3943 


MOSS, THOMAS M. 


FP 023 


123 W. MARION ST. 


AC 


SHELBY 28150 


919 481-1019 



MULLINS, TIMOTHY L. 

624 QUAKER LN. STE. E-100 

HIGH POINT 27262 
MULLIS, DONALD LEE 

111 VICTORIA ROAD 

ASHEVILLE 28801 
MULLIS, WILLIAM FRANK 

2215 RANDOLPH ROAD 

CHARLOTTE 28207 



MOSTELLAR, HENRY CURTIS, III GS 025 

701 NEWMAN RD. AC 

NEW BERN 28562 919 633-2081 

FAX 919 633-3446 

MOTUZ, DANIEL JOHN AN 060 

9718 PALLISERS TER. A AC 

CHARLOTTE 28210 704 379-5943 

MOTYL, PAQUI DENISE 032 

200 WESTMINSTER DR. APT. 11 4-J R 

CHAPEL HILL 27514 919 966-1042 

MOUNTJOY, JOHN ROBERT OTO 034 

1420 PLAZA DRIVE AC 

WINSTON-SALEM 27103 919 765-4922 

MOVAHED, ASSAD CD /NM 074 

SECTION OF CARDIOLOGY AC 

ECU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

GREENVILLE 27858 919 551-4651 

FAX 919 551-5884 

MOYLAN, JOSEPH ANTHONY GS /VS 032 

BOX 394